Halo4 Gun Concept Model

  • October 10, 2011
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  • Blender 2.5x
  • Render: Blender Internal
  • Creator: SEspider
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

Based on released/found ONE piece of Halo 4 concept art from 343 Industries.

The zip file consist of the following:

Blend File

Two Matcaps

A copy of 343i's concept art. This image is used for texturing.

Created it for fun

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_2y-MjiFJU

Comments:

  • SEspider profile picture
    SEspider

    Because editing submissions is closed for 7 days after post, Here's the updated info:

    Frankie of 343industries has informed me (along with Louis Wu of H.B.O.) that the concept art was in deed fake and Fan Made. Sucks I know but it was still fun to model it.

    Here's the Video:

    Edited October 11, 2011
  • poifox profile picture
    poifox

    Hey SEspider when trying to embed videos don't use the embed code, just put the youtube url in it's own separate line, and the site takes care of the rest :)

    Written October 16, 2011
  • SEspider profile picture
    SEspider

    Thanks, Bud. Good to know. ;)

    Written October 21, 2011
  • ReubenUnicruz profile picture
    ReubenUnicruz

    Looks amazing, but it looks too Covenant-like. You do know that the Forunner's technology doesn't have that many curvy architecture. If you have played the game, then you will understand what I am saying. Overall, it is superb, and all of the elements incorporating the model are fine in detail. Good Job!

    Edited November 13, 2011
  • SEspider profile picture
    SEspider

    Thanks, Reuben.

    I agree with you on the tech aspects. But as mentioned in the discription, I didn't design it. I just modeled it off of a Halo Fan's concept art. Looks too much like a cross between a Brute Shot and a Rocket Launcher to be anything Forerunner. But was fun to model though. ;)

    Written November 15, 2011
  • mendeza profile picture
    mendeza

    This is awesome! Do you have textures for the model, so it can be rendered in a game engine? I would love to showcase your work in ARKit, Apple's new Augmented Reality framework.

    Written July 28, 2017