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Quantsini 2004-01-24 21:10

Some of you have remember me making Vash's Glasses sometime ago. Well I combined both the glasses and the gun to create the ultimate pic. ^_^

hope you enjoy

Raxial 2004-01-24 21:47

wow, that is absolutely and entirely amazing. So awesome...

If I could complain about anything at all, it woud be that the bullets look a little plain, but then again I don't know what else you could do to them.

The ultimate would be if you could do his jaket on a chair or something, but that seems overly impossible :)

Incredible work

Newprimus 2004-01-24 22:02

Not perfect, could use some work, but it's really cool anyway! :) Great work.

dot|hack 2004-01-24 23:48

Fucking awesome!!! Whats the poly count on the gun?

Quantsini 2004-01-25 00:09

38926 polys (without bullets)

SilverLeafTree 2004-01-25 00:11

Wow that looks so cool please show us some more of your almighty godly pics of doom i am so humbled by your skills. ;p

Deralti 2004-01-25 01:02

The revolver floats....


sumflip 2004-01-25 04:36

Damn that's some nice work rite there :twitch:...i see the bullets are black ;] is that there by accident, or are you reflecting back to the episode (if you've ever seen it, im sure you probably have tho) where he saved that couple that wanted to run away from the guys father, and vash shot both of them with black rubber bullets/ him not wanting to kill anyone? lol. that would be kool, like Raxial said to somehow make his coat thing he wears on a chair or something. Again, awsome work.

calavera spain 2004-01-25 11:35

really nice but as other people have already said, there are some errors.... nevertheless, greatjob!!!!

Tboz 2004-01-26 11:07


Originally Posted by Deralti
The revolver floats....


Now that you mentioned it, it does looks like its floating. :twitch:

Joshk 2004-01-26 20:04

Must say those are some pretty nice 3D-Models you got there. Could of been SUPERB if only you had MORE lighting effects, BETTER PERSPECTIVE otherwise super great job on those models.

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