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Mosquito - Left side + brief description by peterku Mosquito - Left side + brief description by peterku
Concept of rail gun - Mosquito

I did one concept with foregrip, finally. Basic shape is taken from my previous work "KODO RIFLE" ([link]) I also used major characteristic components and re-designed them. More or less. I played more with vray settings. I tried to suppressed material's expressions and colors in order to get play of various shadows. So whole picture consists of variations of black with 1 drop of dark red. There are 3 pictures of Mosquito in ma gallery. 1 basic -Perspective-, second -left side- with brief descriptions and wireframe. Hope you like it and tnx for comments if any.

perspective: [link]

I'm available for freelancer jobs. If you want to make offer then I'm open for debate.
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redkruger Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014
looks like an fn f2000 pretty badass
RebellionFighter Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2013
I should fav your whole gallery but so far I'm just picking a few.
asaenvolk Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
I am going to assume this is some form of rail gun right? with the battery, the capacitor, though not sure what a spark concertor is or even means. is concertor a word? Over all it has the look of an assault riffle, but the name implies something small and has little bight, or could be an implication that the ammo is really really small, with would probably go well with this being a rail gun.
vovchisko Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i have no idea how to fight with that. but looks nice :3
notice FN2000-T
peterku Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2012
me neither
ohhellno520 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artist

notice anything the same?
peterku Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
you'll be suprised. I was in contact with crashmgn in the past. We exchanged some emails. I was attracted by quality of his models so I asked him for 3d mesh of this particular work. He was so kind he sent me source 3d model so I'm having this model in my computer. I used it for my private education so I definitely can say I know him very vell as I spent quite enough time on it. But my work on mosquito has come out of my earlier work kodo - [link]. bye.
ohhellno520 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
oh. well...either way you to are great 3d modelers and i appreciate good quality work like yours and his ^^....O_O oh holy crap! and idea just came to me!
Dalviano Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Right now, I feel like I'm just some sort of flu bug for you that never really goes away.

1.)This is cool as hell.
2.)The safety catch all the way up at the front of the gun concerns me a little.
3.)Another way to explain the "Mechanism pulling out stuck bullet" would be "Bullet jam removal". I know English isn't your first language, so no real harm done.
4.)The "Bullet Canister" looks like just a big ol' can that you can just throw bullets into, reload, and fire. Coming from some one who's spent more time on the firing range reloading clips than firing, this is like Christmas. That is literally the best thing since Advil or the invention of the cased bullet.
5.)I don't know what a "Spark Concertor" is and I really don't care. Why? Cause it looks cool and that is good enough for me, so long as it doesn't break on me and I have to figure out what it is and how to fix it.
6.)I suggest using the term "Telescopic Butstock". Makes you sound more professional.

Also, the addition of a laser on there a good idea, but when I saw "Laser Button" and had yet to see "Laser Aiming", I had a little, miniature moment of laughter.

Probably because its 5:03.

P.S. I don't know what the "Capacitor" portion of the gun is, but, like the Spark Concertor, as long as it works, I don't really care.
tobomat Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
awesome !
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