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Something like this?I'd like to see that one with the barrel cut short, making the muzzle look more like the Rexim, and the front scope bell removed.
I kinda want to see it with a Reade cylinder at the front now.Yes, JUST like that! Thanks for doing that for me, my eyes wanted to see that blaster without the long barrel so badly!
Really nice work, it looks like it could easily have been a concept by that Savage dude, who does all those blaster concepts for Lucasfilm.
I’ve just kind of put time into it, mocking up different things and only looking for tutorials when there’s something specific I want to know how to do, like knurling. I started with Tinkercad, and then I moved on to Fusion, which has a student version and I think a hobby version for free. These are some other projects I’ve cut my teeth on. I usually either do a rough sketch on paper or use an existing photo as a canvas, and do the initial modeling off of that.Hehe, which design? The first one, or the new one?
It's not a bad idea, incorporating a prominent SW greeblie in the design. Just has to be well chosen/placed. It's gotta FIT, ya know?
Sorry HMSWolfe, we've started designing your blaster FOR you!
I need to get more comfortable with Fusion. Have you found any tutorials that were helpful, or are you teaching yourself?
Definitely haha. Tinkercad forces you to bend the rules in order to model some things that would be easier or just different in a normal programCool, thanks! I'm pretty much in the same boat, and have been using Tinkercad for way too long.
I used to be really proficient with AutoCAD, but it's been like ten years, and a lot has changed and my memory is terrible.
I have the trial version of Fusion, I'm hoping I got the right one and it won't expire!
Anyway, I blame Tinkercad, for the most part, because in teaching myself that, it kinda overwrote my CAD knowledge. You're forced to make shapes in a different way, and it messes with my brain!
Ask and ye shall receive…I kinda want to see it with a Reade cylinder at the front now.