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Aug 31, 2006 | 10:56 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place September 1, 2006

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>>More recent guns of mine and another tutorial can be found there -> t/people/scrimpy I have also upped the guns there because the download in this Flash doesn't work anymore: t/media/files/scrimpy/553

Otherwise, enjoy and thanks for the collection and daily fourth

~ scrimpy



Rated 4 / 5 stars March 2, 2008


This was very helpful. Not only does it help you actually make guns, but tells how they work and shoot. I just finished making a Colt .45. It's not as great as the one in this tutorial, but it's one of my actually good creations.

What I wish you would do is tell how the gun reloads. Like the Colt .45. Does it reload like a 9mm handgun? Or do you put the rounds through the slot that opens when the gun is out of ammo? Also, you should've explained more about how shotguns work, shoot, and reload. There's lots of shotguns, like the pump-action, automatic, sawn-off, and others not even in any categories.

scrimpy responds:


Colts reload like every other normal Pistol.
Yup, more shotties.


Rated 5 / 5 stars March 1, 2008


You really know your stuff! A great tutorial! Good choice of music, and excellent drawings. I'm happy that I learned a lot from this, the history, different methods- everything! Most artists explain JUST their way, but you explained everything. Good Job!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars January 31, 2008


helped alot, and to the the bounty hunter i suggest using layers for each gun

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Rated 5 / 5 stars January 30, 2008


yes that helps even more with my way of guns and nice history and english perfect oh and how do you pile up the guns in a rack because then you try and move a gun and takes a line off another gun and messes it all up. :-(

scrimpy responds:

Turn your guns into symbols before animating them.
Or use layers.


Rated 4 / 5 stars January 26, 2008

Very useful

This will surely help me with some animation ideas I have. Your tutorial was actually rather easy to follow, and is also a good reference.

scrimpy responds:

Why, thank you.