Mass Effect M3 Predator Pistol

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Mass Effect M3 Predator Pistol by dan0nator May 24, 2013
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the is my version of the Mass Effect M3 Predator Pistol

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Any possibility you could do other mass effect guns?

sure, i like doing handguns, do you have one in mind?

Yes! Please keep them coming! This is amazing work! As a huge fan of the ME franchise, I would like a complete collection to decorate my office at work. I just finished up this one today. As soon as I sand it down and paint it, it'll be the first one going on my wall.

will you somehow be able to fit the M8 avenger into small pieces for later assembly. like how you split the predator in 2 halfs?

I'm having a heck of a time printing this one with my Solidoodle 2. It simply wants to drizzle any part that isn't directly in contact with the print surface. Would it be possible to slice this model in half so that I could print in two separate parts, working from a flat surface?

do you have netfabb. you can use that to slice the model any way you like. you can download a demo

Worked perfectly! Thanks for the tip Dan0nator. I was able to get this one done just in time for my little brother in law's Halloween costume.

What's your process for modeling video game objects? Do you just edit the model until you get something that resembles pictures from the video games?

i found a good picture of the gun, and then build the drawing around that.

I was going to ask the same question.

are you going to break this one down like your halo pistol as well?