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Feb 2, 2010 | 6:33 PM EST
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One of the weapon designs for a game I'm working on called "Modular Frame Tactics" or MFT for short. This is the in-game model for the box-cutter inspired "Knife" weapon passed through a fairly advanced glass shader in Cinema 4D.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really like it!

It is a really nice design, with the floating "glassy plastic". Also, the light effects you rendered came out really nicely. But, why do you have the floating steel at the end of the knife?

Anyway, I like your art, and I'm really looking forward to playing Modular Frame Tactics someday.

DeliciousOrange responds:

The "floating blade" effect is actually simply a byproduct of the weapon's design. When the weapon is drawn, the handle and the blade are collapsed into the "body" of the knife. The handle is actually made up of 2 separate pieces and the blade slips between the two pieces of the handle when it's in this state. As the handle and blade extend in opposite directions, the blade ends up appearing to be suspended on the opposite side of the knife's body. After the knife is used on an opponent, the blade is snapped off and a new blade is extended by collapsing the knife and opening it again.

I hope that helps answer your question. Thank you for your compliments.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


No clue what it is, but it looks cool!