Combat Arms: Making a 3D Model of the Baron's M416 CQB





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Published on Aug 15, 2010

I'm back with another Combat Arms 3D Weapon Model. This time, I'm modeling one of Combat Arms' newest rare weapon, the Baron's M416 CQB.

As you already know, I am using Google Sketch Up to make this model. It took me a total of 2 hours to make.

This time, however, I will be doing things differently. Instead of making the model out of scratch, I will use an actual photo, or screenshot of the gun. From there, I will use that picture for most of the model's coloring. Basically, I am "cutting" parts of the Baron's M416 CQB and "pasting" them on the faces of the model.

The model will look more detailed and accurate than if I were to color the entire thing black, blue, white, red etc.

The entire footage was sped up 3x, so I can show you the entire process in timelapse. The same thing was applied to all my other 3D weapon model videos.

You will see what I mean in the video. Just be sure to watch the entire thing. I also added annotations along the way so you can get a better understanding of what I am doing currently.

Program used to make model: Google Sketch Up
Total modeling time: 2 hours, 10 minutes
Recording Program: CamStudio
Program used to make video: Windows Movie Maker

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