Hello Mocpages! sorry this one took me so long, i had some gaming to do with this new gun that came with the "Vengeance" DLC map-pack for Call of Duty Bo2! another set back for this upload was my lack of red slopes, and green bricks/slopes. i literally used all of my pieces that were either red or green. This is the first full sized Lego Ray gun M2 on the internet and the first ray gun M2 on Mocpages. i used a lot of strange building strategies on this creation that i had never used before!
About this creation
For those of you who have not played with this weapon yet, and are wondering what the heck your looking at, here is a picture of the in game weapon. Oh and yes, this was a screenshot on my iphone. I take all of my pictures with my iphone if you were wondering.
This picture reminded me of the "Brute Spiker" from Halo games.
Here is a picture of where the magazine is put, there was not a lot of room left for the magazine after making the complicated structure for the circles on the sides, so the magazine ended a bit short.
The odd circles you see here were taken straight from my Ray gun mark 1 I made with slights changes, check out the first one and compare!
This is a good way to avoid using slopes, totally came in handy here. Like i said earlier, i barely have any red or green slopes.
I am really proud of how the front came out, i thought it would be nearly impossible to capture all of the strange angles, but i think i did pretty good, it was a challenge.
The final picture is just looking down the left side of the gun, i tried showing the front iro sight which was just a small tire. Anyways i hope you like it, because this took me a very long time. please rate comment and give me ideas on what too build next! thanks. -Silly
Quoting Jac Pearce
amazing work as always, how wide did you make it, it looks 4 studs wide, but was there any places it wasn't. Great job!
Yes, this was constantly moving stud widths. the most of it was 4 studs wide, but traveled to six and five a lot. i used a ton of 1x2 1 stud converters to change from even numbers, too odd numbers or vise versa, like going from 4 studs to 5 studs, or 5 studs to 6 studs. glad you like it!