Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
November 19, 2011
Image Size
1.6 MB
Resolution
2775×3050
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
12,562 (1 today)
Favourites
317 (who?)
Comments
33
Downloads
340
×
Quick revolver concept by daisukekazama Quick revolver concept by daisukekazama
A revolver concept I sketched during math class and followed up with a quickie digital sketch. Tentatively known as the M720. Five rounds of .357 or .44 magnum or something.
Add a Comment:
 
:icondoomguy64:
Double barrel lever action shotgun. DO IT!
Reply
:icon3rdmillhouse:
Damn, I like this shorty. If I worked at Taurus, I would license your design and make a real gun out of this.
Reply
:iconarturiusmaxwell:
I am really impressed
Reply
:iconcryonindustries:
Sweet, I like this design's resemblance to the Unica 6 :D
Reply
:iconhalonut117:
halonut117 Mar 1, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
cool beans
Reply
:iconroninpsycho:
RoninPsycho Jan 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice! Looks like this one was influenced by the Mateba autorevolver, or the Chiappa Rhino. Only 5 shots, though?
Reply
:icondaisukekazama:
The revised concept (the one I'm working on now) has six. The cylinder was an initially unrelated (and not very good) side project.

And yes, you're right. Mateba M2006, Chiappa Rhino, the Diamondback from Deus Ex, S&W M360 Sakura.
Reply
:iconroninpsycho:
RoninPsycho Jan 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah, ok. I'd love to see six-shot version when you're finished. I love revolvers, especially ones with interesting designs.

Hmm...I've never heard of the Diamondback or the S&W M360 Sakura. I did a google search on both of them, though. The Diamondback is easily one of the coolest and most interesting revolvers I've ever seen, but I can't find anything about the M360.
Reply
:icondaisukekazama:
The M360J is a license-manufactured Smith and Wesson M36 used by (or about to be adopted by) the Japanese police. Google doesn't have many images yet; it's a pretty obscure gun.
Reply
:iconroninpsycho:
RoninPsycho Jan 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, so it's a variant of the Model 36?
Reply
Add a Comment: