Or ExplodingBarrel, The, if you'd like.
Did you really think that I was gonna talk about myself? Fool.
Alright, fine, I'll talk about myself: I like guns, I like video games, and I live in Singapore. That is all I will say.
Sandbox with WIP projects and possibly other thingies.
Things That I Should Be Working On
- Getting new caps for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
- Getting new caps for Fallout: New Vegas
- Getting caps for Phantom Forces (gonna take a while)
Things That I Might Do Sometime In The Future
- Retaking the caps for the L4D2 page to reflect The Last Stand updates
- Getting new caps for Fallout 3 after I fix the issue I'm having
- Getting new caps for L4D1
- Getting new caps for the older Counter-Strikes
- Getting new caps for the Postal movie
- Getting new caps for F.E.A.R.
Photosourced Gun Texture Archaeology
Video game textures made from photographs are a particular area of interest to me. This is an attempt to document the original image sources that were used for these textures.
- "AK Clone": Receiver sourced from this very old image of a Type 1 AK-47, combined with the stock from AKMRifle by MoviePropMaster2008 along with unknown sources for the handguard, barrel, and magazine.
- APS Underwater Assault Rifle: APS underwater rifle REMOV by REMOV from Wikimedia Commons.
- Calico M900: Calico-M900Carbine by MPM2008.
- Franchi SPAS-12: Franchi12 by MPM2008 combined with top-most example on SPAS-12 Variants. by HellsXgunsmith on Wikimedia Commons.
- Heckler & Koch G3A3: SouthAfricanG3 by MPM2008.
- kbk wz. 88 Tantal: Appears to be from this Forgotten Weapons article, with the bolt and barrel assembly from the "AK Clone".
- kbk wz. 97 BOŻ: Unknown source.
- M16A2: M16A2 Rifle with M203 Grenade Launcher by the US Air Force on Flickr.
- Makarov PM: 9-мм пистолет Макарова с патронами by Andrey Mironov on Wikimedia Commons, combined with the trigger guard from an unknown image.
- Mauser 1914: From this Rock Island Auction listing of an early "humpback" Mauser 1914.
- Ortgies: Ortgie right by Drhoehl on Wikimedia Commons.
- PK: Unknown source.
- PM-63 RAK: Composite of this and this image, with some colour shifting.
- PP-2000: From this image.
- PTRS-41: Unknown source.
- Sa vz. 58: From this image.
- SKS: Receiver and barrel from YugoSKS by MPM2008 combined with the stock from this image, which is of the SKS from the Swedish Army Museum's collection.
- Stechkin APB: Gun itself is from this image, but the magazine is from this image of a Dracula md. 98.
- TT-33: Unknown source, but it seems extremely familiar to me.
- TOZ-36: From this image.
- VSS Vintorez: Composite of this and this image.
- VSSK Vykhlop: From this image.
- X11E4: From one of the images on the Royal Armouries page on the gun.
- AirTronic PSRL: Unknown source, but I'm pretty sure I've seen it before.
- AK-47: Filename indicated that it's from AK-47 type II Part DM-ST-89-01131 on Wikimedia Commons.
- Beretta 92FS: Unknown source.
- Beretta 92FS Inox: From this image.
- Calico M950A: Calico-M950A by MPM2008.
- Double Barrel: Source is unknown, but I've seen it before.
- Glock 17: From this image.
- Grenade: This image is very frequently used for toy grenades, so finding the actual source is highly unlikely.
- Heckler & Koch MP5: Seems to be from the ICS website, but I've been unable to find the exact image referenced.
- Henry 1860: From the official Henry USA site listing for the New Original Henry Rare Carbine.
- IMI Uzi: Uzi of the israeli armed forces by Uziel Galishto on Wikimedia Commons.
- Ruger GP100: From the official Ruger website.
- USP Compact: From this image.
- Heckler & Koch HK91A2: From this image.