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posted September 10, 2020 12:20pm
I wanted to track my progress so I wrote this. I am a complete beginner right now, I hope things will change. This is the low poly rocket from the course for beginners.
I made this other naval gun, my intention is to combine all of this and make the battleship Yamato.
The model felt hollow so I modified it a little bit.
I made this type 89 anti-aircraft naval gun.
This is like the cannon enclosed in some kind of protection.
I did the model of the battleship, now I just have to do the material
Already looking quite cool!
Great job Darius!
It has been a while, I have been busy but I finally did it.
Well done , really nice work. Only thing is , should there not be some sort of railing around the deck to stop people falling into the sea?
Yes, there should be but when I finished the model I completely forgot about it
I made this revolver, what do you think?
This is a grenade used in world war 1.
This is the Berdan rifle in use at the end of the 19th century
This is a mortar from world war 1
Another rifle with a bayonet
This is a lewis machine gun
I know this might be boring but I really like guns, tell me what you think.
This is a maxim machine gun from world war 1
This looks cool but you have the bullets facing the wrong way and the poor solider that fires this will get a very unexpected surprise when they pull the trigger!
You textured the grey section very well but I would add a lot more variation to the various green parts on the body and the wheels. Also maybe a bit of dirt and grime in the crevices and more battle damage/ wear and tear on the green parts would match the grey section better too. Hope this helps :)
Oh no! You are right, I am so dumb, I didn't even think about the direction of the bullet.
You are also right about the green parts, but I was following a reference that didn't have the battle damage so I blindly copied it. I think I need to be less dependent to the reference at hand.