If you happen to be a fan of Farscape then this pistol might be familiar. I was recently binge watching the show and decided the Peacekeeper Pulse Pistol might be a fun project to model. A simple, but interesting sci-fi weapon that could be at home just about anywhere.
You can download the pulse pistol here. I hope to add more items in the future. As always feel free to contact me with questions, suggests etc.
I’ve often considered giving away models I’ve created and used for little projects, but even when something is being given away it should be of a high standard. Often I’m happy just to make fun little do-dads to entertain myself or for one off projects (and aren’t really ready for broader use), but here’s something I wanted to share.
Just a short post to express how nerdy and happy I am to see a sci-fi packed day on DAZ 3D’s store. We have a mix of brutal post-apocalyptic, gleaming futuristic cyborgs, cold war era gloom and some of The AntFarm’s patent weirdness, in HD!
It is always hard to trump the post-apocalyptic ruins (in my mind at least), but maybe just maybe it can be done with the next installment in Parris’ beautiful cyborg line of characters. This time around, and probably not surprisingly our shiny cyber girl is for Genesis 2 Female. She comes with the material options we’ve come to expect from this line, including the low light/night reflection options we saw introduced with the Genesis based release.
Unlike her predecessors, she was launched with two additional (and optional) expansions. Genesis 2 Female Bot Armour Set 2 adds assault cannon arms and a sleek warrior’s helmet, boots, and an alternate torso for a more machine/human hybrid look. It can be used as either a standalone product, or to supplement Bot Armour The other expansion throws a spiffy set of advanced custom shaders into the mix.
You can pickup the Genesis 2 Bot Armour either as a bundle, or pick and choose the packages you want.
Another item I picked up today was drakken34’s Checkpoint 44, a beautifully battered and charred tower of some sort of military origin. It looks the part for the inevitable wastelands of the post-apocalyptic environment, but would be a fitting addition to war torn cities, and crumbling dystopias everywhere.
Supplementing this release nicely, drakken34 has also put out two packs of makeshift weapons perfect for crime ridden streets of a rotten metropolis just as much as they would be for arming post collapse raiders and militia.
Always love to see sci-fi days at DAZ. Hope to see many more of them
Old Stonemason products retired here?
In a recent post on the DAZ 3D forums the hugely popular content creator, Stonemason (Stefan Morrell), indicated he was having several older items culled from his catalog (at D3D). The items are: The Whispering Wall, The Whispering Wall (amplified), The Display Room, and SkyBike. Stefan claims these items don’t reflect the quality of his current work and are due to be retired “in about a month”. Given the post was made on the 15th of October there is plenty of time for anyone wanting to pick up these ‘mason relics. Stefan stressed that he was not telling people to buy them now before they disappear, but that he was just offering a warning to customers.
The products have been priced down to DAZ 3D’s lowest price for PA items ($5.95). Stefan also indicated that there would be a second round of culling which would include the original “Urban Sprawl” environment. An unspecified number of older Stonemason Platinum Club items are also to have his name removed from them.