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Maverick Rev-6 Nerf

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By GeorgeBenta   |   
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my office paint job project.
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1800x1317px 500.63 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot SD780 IS
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/3.2
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Dec 13, 2010, 8:43:39 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows
Sensor Size
3mm
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GirlyGamerAU's avatar
Great work. Working on an undermounted blade Mav at the moment myself, you've done an astounding job on the metalwork here, bravo.
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BlasterAdreisStudent Digital Artist
Love it.
How much?
Kaijuprince's avatar
Nice, how did you get the shell off the cylinder? I'm not sure how and I dont want to break mine.
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GeorgeBentaProfessional Digital Artist
don't be afraid to take it apart, it's made of durable plastic. just try not to lose any parts.once you get the whole cylinder out, the outer shell is held by 3 screws. you just need to disassemble the metal rod at the center first.
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pennyfarthing1893Hobbyist General Artist
That is one of the coolest versions I have seen of this gun!
Nightghaunt's avatar
Yes, very nice work. I can't believe how real that looks! How did you get it to look so real?
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GeorgeBentaProfessional Digital Artist
I first painted it silver to make it look like metal. I airbushed it with flat black to simulate the burns, stains and discoloration. for the rust effect I diluted a red brown paint with thinner and let it run and spread randomly to the guns details. for the finishing touches, I coated the entire gun with a matte clear finish.
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DrDisco777Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very nice work. Great rusting effects!
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Marko312Hobbyist Writer
Looks like a weapon from Fallout
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