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First came a concept drawing by IWSE Zhang…

Then the insanely talented 3d artist Vitaly Rush brought it to life in 3D inside Blender:

Applying the textures:

The final product:

Wow.  Blows my mind Vitaly only has 282 subs on YouTube and 1000 on Instagram.  Well, if he doesn’t already have a high paying job with a major game studio, I’m sure he’ll have one soon enough with a portfolio like that.

Thoughts? I think it goes without saying, but Pringles should literally make that gun in real life as a marketing stunt. Negotiate to pay the artist and the modeler a decent sum of money and boom.. done. Big brands get handed stuff on a silver platter every single day, and 99% of the time they are like “Nah… lets just spend boat loads of money on a dumb commercial no one will want to watch that’s normie standard big brand garbage, and has absolutely zero viral potential.” At least smaller brands are more accepting of consumer generated content. To be clear, Pringles would absolutely think the gun was the greatest thing ever, if Wieden+Kennedy made it and charged them $800k.

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Confusing, but likely worth one minute of your time:

1911 fanboy panties are going to get knotted up that some of the textures used have rust in them! LOL.  Accurate, from my experience not cleaning my Springfield Loaded when I owned it.  Guess how much pitting and rust my Glocks have? (Hope you’ve been practicing your *gasp* face) No rust or pitting at all.

There appears to be a few inconsistencies, some of which I argued with a friend on… 0:21 seconds for instance looks too deep to be a crimp… he says not.  Whateves… the video is cool anyway, I just hope there’s a less artsy version released.

Double-Barrel-1911-1Thoughts?  Requests for a 3D look inside a Deagle brand Deagle?

Hat tip: Eric

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German graphic designer Pascal Eggert came up with some pretty sick new gun designs:

 

Thor PDW:


Titan C2:


Epic A1:


Visit His Website – HERE

Very interesting designs, both aesthetically and mechanically.

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