The feeding ramp is polished to a mirror sheen. The slide's been reinforced. And the interlock with the frame is tightened for added precision. The sight system is original too. The thumb safety is extended to make it easier on the finger... A long-type trigger with non-slip grooves. A ring hammer. The base of the trigger guard's been filed down for a higher grip.
And not only that, nearly EVERY part of that gun has been expertly crafted and customized.
I love this so much that it inspired me to do a cosplay version. [link] I didn't include the eye patch coz it was sitting funny under my wig but I just wanted to say thank you for creating this. I uploaded this image to my DA from when I found it on google so that I could I show people the referance for what I was aiming to cosplay. Would you like me to take my upload down and link my gallery directly to this or are you happy for me to credit you and put a link in the description?
Truly a great picture. MGO is rather addicting when you first try it and it has to be the one game ive played for months without changing to something more fresh.
The variation between equipment is excellent, though unlike this drawing the bad thing is, chest harnesses and armour and such arent modelled on the actual character, but "floats" on them instead - its like the leg support you've drawn - in game it doesnt seem tight at all whereas this version pushes the trousers against the leg like it should. Excellent job mabye we'll face each other one day...
Oh, and by the way, for my point of view, metal gear online is the best online game ever made and for a lot of reasons. I wonder why it was never mentionned in the reviews i saw... hell(!) why it does not have a review of his own? Oh well, I think that's all i have to say, keep going.