I have many JPGs of high-detail weapons that I modelled a while back; included are Desert Eagle Mark XIXs in all three current calibers, a Mil-Spec 1911-A1, and an 8.375" Smith & Wesson 500 (interchangeable compensator model). All of these handguns have well over 10000 polygons and have been tailored for next-generation first-person shooters. None of them have animations, and all of them are fully detailed for use in first-person shooters. I would really like to see these in one or more of the newest PC shooters around; these guns also could use some better skins, since I've just textured the bare minimum for you to better recognize them and their factory markings/stampings. See my next three posts for the rest of the screenshots. The 500 is almost 100% realistic; I did not have a real Smith & Wesson 500 to look at to model this revolver when I made this 3D model (only had a 629) so the muzzle brake bolt is missing and I also forgot the slot behind the cylinder where the lever pokes out and rotates the cylinder. The 1911 is 100% detailed; I have two Springfield 1911s that I used to make this pistol. The Desert Eagles are also 100% realistic because I have a brushed chrome .50AE that I used to model these guns; the .357 and .44 models required me to look at manufacturer photographs in order to get the flutes down correctly (these are the long depressions on the dorsal and lateral sides of the smaller-caliber DEP barrels). Anyway, enjoy the screenshots; I'm also willing and able to model other firearms for modifications for this game (these guns were originally meant for a Far Cry modification that unfortunately fell through). -CCOOK
Here's some more screenshots:
Here's even more screenshots:
And here's the last one:
Former Network Admin and Former Forum Admin
26th July 2005
The edit button is your friend :)
Some of those models are pretty nice
I'm currently building a Colt Special Combat Government model out of the Mil-Spec 1911 - I'll have screenshots of it soon.
Here's some screenshots of the aforementioned pistol; I still need to fill in the beaver-tail grip safety, and I also would like to refine the rear sight a little more.