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Making of 'A Walther P99'

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Introduction

I wanted to re-create the gun as accurately as I could, so I started looking for information on the gun. I found a few useful images and pdf's on the Walther website. I also bought a authentic replica of the gun (BBgun) which was very helpful to understand the shape of the gun.

Modeling

Using a drawing of the section of the gun, I started with the easiest part, the top of the gun which is mostly made of flat faces

Starting with the front-end, the middle, and then the back.

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With the way that part of the gun is, I did not have to use too many faces.

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The rear of the gun, which we don't see in the final image and I started adding some details.

And here is the overall of the top part.

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Paul on Sun, 24 September 2017 10:11pm
Great post, very informative i was wondering for the balls, the bump grip on the handle did you make them as a serperate element and just attach that element to your gun element ? or did you do something else with them to incorperate them into your model?
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Paul on Sat, 23 September 2017 6:00pm
First great explantation and model :) for the balls used for the bump grip, did you just model the balls and then attach the elements together? or Did you do anything else to incorperate them into your model ?
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User on Mon, 17 December 2012 3:54am
video maybe?
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