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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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Gun sample #2 by codyrush Gun sample #2 by codyrush
#2 in production, this is a steam punk revolver coined for a burgeoning novelty gun company. The site has technical backing by a national concern but right now I'm just a freelance schlemiel until someone shells out for a model. Currently the site is fixating on the design aspect of production. More gun designs will come as the christmas break rolls around. Until then I'm consigned to grind through my algebra class, eking out a passing grade.

Noise of choice: 'Cocaine' by Eric Clapton
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PurelyLove Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
... I need to learn how to draw guns... (-.-)...
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codyrush Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Student Filmographer
Thanks, that's flattering to hear. Sketching a gun really is no different than conveying any other object on paper. (Especially when you're making up the design as you go).
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PurelyLove Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Well considering I'm a fanartist and specialize in just... normal people... (more or less), I have found that guns and anything to mechanical is just - out of the question for me... hahaXD

It's really well done!(^-^)
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codyrush Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Student Filmographer
(snort) I'm no engineer you want under your car hood, believe you me. I didn't devise any of the mechanisms really. I just saw attractive aspects in seperate revolvers and minted a design that tastefully possesed the desired elements of several guns at once. Basically my criteria was it had to look feasible as a weapon while still remaining as badass as possible. Sometimes I frankly cheated. I never stole though because plagarists deserve (if I might indulge in some brute candor) to have their teeth pull out of their assholes.
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PurelyLove Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
... I didn't understand half of that, mind you I'm Scandinavian (my English is not the best).
And then again I do, thaha. I see the point in using certain aspects of different models, to create something better? Although in a gun... I assume you're not talking about the fundamental use of it, just the looks?(^-^)
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codyrush Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012  Student Filmographer
I'm not an iron monger if that's what you're asking. I deal in novelty guns, as in non-lethal albeit eye-catching mantel-fodder. The guns weigh close to ten lbs. Even if they were capable of jettisoning a chunk of lead, they'd be wildly impractical in conventional combat. YOu'd be better off with an air gun. Or a musket. That said, I don't have any problems making real ones, were I disposed to such a past time. I own one or two myself.

As my gun savy stands as of now, I wouldn't wish a gun I'd made on my worse enemy. I have no technical skills whatsoever. If it doesn't involve hooking up an x-box I'm pretty much useless.
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PurelyLove Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Iron monger, iron monger *search on web*... I got Iron Man and a brand out of that (-.-). But I assume you're meaning something on the lines of a weapons designer?
I see, those types of guns, and from a history with Mythbusters, I do know the basic usage of early guns and how ineffective they where. Plus I'm an archer myself so I get the basic principles of something that shoots something at someone.

Haha, good old x-box. The only thing I'm decent at there is Halo.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Student Filmographer
Your english is pretty decent for a scandinavian. Do you speak English as a second language? Or is English a main stay in Scandinavia and I"ve unwittingly revealed the ignorance inescably borne from a public education?
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