Analytical bitch (borderlands 2)

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typeomega

Member
this is my Analytical bitch from borderlands 2. this build is almost internally made of recycled foam board. its still only about half done right now, nothing but the handle is glued together the rest is just push pined as place holders. this is my first project im posting here so feedback is appreciated. thanks for taking a look.
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sciroccojunky

Active Member
finally someone is making one. The Bitch is by far my favorite weapon on BL. My model of choice was cutting edge bitch but pretty much social, analytical, cutting edge.....didn't really matter. they are all awesome. nice work as it looks great so far. Hats off to you for making my favorite borderlands weapon.
 

typeomega

Member
the bitch is my favorite gun in the game as well. the one thing im kind of sad about is i wanted to have the magazine top-load in using magnates p90 style like in game but the accessory rail and rear sight dont give the clearance needed without cutting the accessory rail size down. it leaves me at the crossroads of having a accurate replica or cool functionality. kind of a bummer. if i was playing as zero i would def go with the cutting edge version. but i play as a commando and my second slot is always the maliwan eviscerating thunder-ball fist (witch might be my next build) so i use it if i need melee attacks.
 

Kopesh

New Member
I like the recycled material angle on this build. Good to see some materials finding a new purpose. I have to say the slight greebly-ness of the tactical rail really fits with the design, whether that was intentional or not. Looking forward to seeing this shape up!

-K
 

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typeomega

Member
did some more work on this one some sanding and getting the "heat shrouds" right. im thinking of tearing it down and mocking up patterns for this as a pdf. so anyone can download and build one. then slap on some milliput sand it down and paint it up.

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dethaniel

New Member
Like said before, The recycled material idea is really cool. I am not sure if I understand the problem you are having with the mag drop, This was the reference image I used 2014-09-01_00029.jpg
Then just cut the channel a little longer to incorporate the accessory rail.

Overall, this is looking beautiful!
 

typeomega

Member
i did not realize the front rail was on a hinge. though i was thinking of adding one anyway and putting the magazine on some magnets to lock into place. it seems like a bad idea to have moving parts as part of the front rail as loss of accuracy would result, though its just extra flavor in for the most accurate smg in the game. i still have to make the "analyzer" for the right heat shroud.(i noticed yours did not have one yet either ;)). when looking at the model in game it seems there is some whacky geometry going on under the heat shrouds anyway. one of the reasons im going to make templates for this as alot of the parts on most the borderlands weps have smiler parts the Hyperion transmurder is just a bitch without the heat shrouds and the gold and black paint schemes
 

dethaniel

New Member
I don't think adding a hinge or moving parts to the rail is going to cause any innacuracy, its exactly how the gun works, just look at it as improving the game model. And what do you mean by the "analyzer"? Have a reference pic?
 
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typeomega

Member
when i said inaccuracy i dient mean in the way the prop looks, i meant in real life a rifle designer would not have a moving front rail as it would reduce the accuracy of the weapon over time when firing down range. i did find this when looking around
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and the analizer is the extra bit on the right heat shroud of the Analytical bitch. its not on any of the other bitch rifles like the corporate or rightsizing
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dethaniel

New Member
Alright, I understand now. And that is a fantastic reference picture, wish I had that. I've also always though that piece was the element modifier. Haven't really checked across different element bitches.
 

typeomega

Member
this is my answer to the front rail hinge
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i really dident want to go to the hardware store to buy a single hing so i went to the junk drawer instead. no hinges but i did find some skewers so i grabbed them and Mark Watney-ed this together. and threw on some magnets the keep it from flapping about when closed.
 

dethaniel

New Member
There you go!! That looks excellent! The only difference between yours and mine is that you used a skewer and i used a brass rod haha, did the exact same thing.
 

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