I had a few requests to model up the Pilot battery from Titanfall and figured I’d take a crack at it, so I’ve been working on this in my spare moments for the last
Category: Lights and LEDS
A few years ago, right after the debut of the first Guardians of the Galaxy film, I banged together a simple 3D model for Star Lord’s earpiece in Sketchup, before I started figuring out
I’ve had a few messages requesting a better explanation of how the data knife goes together, so I sat down with a spare print of the handle and photographed the process in the hopes
So one of the absolutely iconic pieces of Titanfall hardware is the Smart Pistol – a handgun that fires target-seeking bullets. If you’ve ever played Titanfall 1 or 2, you know just how infuriating
While I’ve been working on other things (and also, you know, my day job) I’ve had my 3d printer humming along producing parts in the background for the jump kit. The 16-neopixel rings fit
I masked the LEDs on the arc grenade off, then sprayed the whole thing with a rough silver coat that is apparently intended for hubcaps or something. It gave the grenade a bit of
Since I don’t think I’ve done a proper parts breakdown for the Data Knife yet, I’ll post it here. This model was designed around the following parts: 12BH510-GR Battery Holder for N-Style Batteries A23
Following up my previous posts breaking down some of the parts for the Arc Grenade and showing some of the wiring, I thought it would be appropriate to share the code running the Arc Grenade. Please note
I’ve made a bit of progress on the Arc Grenade that I’d like to share, so let me catch up with a couple of pictures and videos. None of this wiring was hard, it was
While I was waiting for my damn printer repair parts to get shipped, I started poking around the internet for more Titanfall ideas. Jurica Pranjic on MyMiniFactory was nice enough to share his rendition of
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