R.T.F.M.

RPG-7 manual states that “no person or ammunition should be closer than 98ft (30m) behind the launcher” – to avoid injuring the former or igniting the latter with the rocket engine gases or with the leftovers of the booster charge. Moreover “there should be no obstacles closer than 6.5ft (2m) behind the launcher” – this is to avoid burning the shooter. So what do we see in this picture? 3 severely burned freedom fighters! (the one on the right may survive though)

But on the other hand, members of the opposing force would surely appreciate the poor level of gun safety training among the guys pictured.

Found on turbosquid.com via 3dsn.com – 3d search network

A Soldier or a Gay biker?

Gay Soldier

Soldier: FAIL

This 3D model of a “Soldier” was published at Turbosquid.com

The model’s description says: “Excellent head, high detail, with human ears, and good nose”.

I don’t know.. this helmet, these 2x wide open eyes.. IMO, this guy looks mostly like gay biker rather than a soldier.

Game character soldier should look something like these folks:

Game soldiers

Game soldiers

Content link (gay version @ Turbosquid.com; $16):

http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/164474

Content link (non-gay version, Fallingpixel.com; $180):

http://www.fallingpixel.com/product.php/1358

Content found with 3DSN.com 3D content search


Bookmark and Share

Pow-pow-pow!

This is a leaked design for the newest jet fighter for one of the nuclear nations. Looks cool, isn’t it? Solid blue wings, comfy cockpit (love this word!) and brutally looking radical black engine exhaust. It would appear, however, that there are a few problems with the otherwise promising design:

– first of all, where’s the pilot’s seat? Or is it an RC aircraft? Then whey the translucent cockpit, if nobody is going to peek outside with his calm gray eyes?

– secondly, the shape hints at a military plane, but where are the weapons? There are no obvious hardpoints for missiles and shit. Hopefully this doesn’t mean they have developed something more advanced than missiles, otherwise we’re screwed! (Or maybe it is our plane, then we’re cool)

– no air intakes. Again, I pray this super-advanced propulsion technique is ours, otherwise – see the previous point.

– most importantly – if surfaces are attached to each other at such angles, turbulence would be a bitch. Which means – oh sweet lord – that this is a space plane, intended for operating in vacuum, possibly with brief missions into the upper atmosphere (dive bombing, anyone?) – hence the wings.

At these uncertain times, especially in the light of the KC-45 controversy, we should petition our government to immediately commission our own space plane – or if this one is ours, we should demand a voluntary $0.02 sales tax to ensure this wonderful technology sees the light of the ancient stars soon.