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Syer-336 Redesign Final 'M6 Variant' by The-Xie Syer-336 Redesign Final 'M6 Variant' by The-Xie
Updated Version - 8/23/2012
Syer-336 'M6 Variant' Final


The Syer-336-M6

Main sidearm of Vredden armed forces.

So yea, there was going to be more to it before I submitted it, but I suddenly got hit with a case of "not enough fucks given." Maybe I'll add more later. Maybe I won't. Either way, enjoy it.

Criticism and comments requested and appreciated.

All belongs to me.

EDIT: This thing is going to hit 1,000 views in under 24 hours. I have never had anything get that many views even remotely that fast. Tell me, where the hell are you guys finding this/coming from? xD
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First, let's not kid ourselves. It is a 2d gun. While it does require skill to make beliveable firearm designs sans PMG, it is still a 2d firearm, by itself, without context.

It should be remembered that I'm assuming you want artistic critique, not a critique on your weapon design.

As far as vision and originality, that is above average. I beleive the ability to make a weapon that could pass as real does require vision. If you had displayed the weapon in a better way or a 3d way, I would have marked you higher.

For technique, that is probably your strongest suit considering contexr, and you should be commended for that. The textures are pretty good as well. You didn't stop at matte colours.

Impact, essentially, it would have been greater if the peice was in 3d
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thepalehorsman234 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012
I like it. and for me thats immpresive.
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DroidOps Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2012  Student Artist
Oh hell yes. Semi-Auto?. So Amazed. :D 12 Rounds. Hmm I Would fuck the Black ops company then :3
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Baconwaffles Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2012
Looks kinda like a hybrid between a UCP and those popular M1911A1 customizations. Any details? Weight? Dimensions? Caliber? Capacity?
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blakenuova Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
awesome dude!
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blackrain8 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Well, it looks badass, so if it's intended to be realistic but Exaggerated, then i'd say you did good...
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noodle21000 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012  Student Artist
i wish i had one
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NinjaCorp Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Now thats a gun I would like to carry around :)
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Pyrotactick Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012
Reminds me of a Deagle...but better.
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Internet-Cancer Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The trigger guard shouldn't be that wide for safety precautions. First of all, cops and soldiers alike have to rest their fingers on it so they don't accidentally squeeze the trigger during, say, a training exercise and murder someone. And then there is the problem of two-handed shooting. Some guns have a trigger guard that is concave to fit someone's finger. I don't know if this is merely decorative or not, having never shot one in my life, but it would seem to me that the extra grip provides stability to the aiming gunman.

Not being able to see the other side, I can't really make comments about the ergonomics, but I can also say that such a long pistol must be heavy. Now I know this is a scifi gun (it's pretty blatant that this is meant to be awesome, which it is) but on the field people generally go for the lighter gun. But what am I saying? The extra weight on the front and the slanted grip scream "I'm low recoil" which is a very good thing. But like the comment below this says, the grip is a little low. The trigger is too tall. But this may also be a good thing-the over-sized space in between could easily accommodate a gloved finger.
Mixed bag, but it's still awesome.
Now I will take my opinions of someone whose studied too many firearms without actually firing them somewhere else and stop bugging you. Thank you and good day.
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RoninPsycho Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice. Spacious, oversized trigger guard; good grip angle and finger grooves, long barrel and sight radius.... Grip could be just a tad bit higher to help improve recoil control, but overall, it's a pretty nice design.
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