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Arsenal of the Warlord of the Nerds by LandgraveCustoms Arsenal of the Warlord of the Nerds by LandgraveCustoms
Just... insane. I truly believe that I've accumulated one of the most impressive prop gun collections in existence. I should probably start selling them off faster. >.> This doesn't even include the tens I've sold, the four or so still in shipment, or the dozens I destroyed for parts or for remaking. Really... sometimes I think I could be doing something better with my time. :p

Roughly organized into themes: Steampunk, Cyberpunk/Military, Alien/Post-Apoc.
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spacephrawg Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014
they all look delightfully unsafe to use
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thoughtengine Featured By Owner May 3, 2014
Yes, I'd be selling them too, before some legal trouble occurs. Also, why are steampunk mods always brass and copper?
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LandgraveCustoms Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Steampunk (as I'm sure that you already know) is the convergence of Victorian, Industrial, and Fantastic Themes, Ideas, and Aesthetics. Therefore, the colors of the items belonging to the genre are going to allude to the materials available in the Victorian era, and the aesthetic sensibilities therein. Brass and copper were the strongest and most common metals found in the Victorian era; even white metal was generally electroplated to carry this coloration. People simply liked it; it was in vogue then, the same as dark faded primary colors are in vogue now. Because this is the color of the era, naturally it is the color of the genre as well.
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thoughtengine Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
As trim and decor, maybe. I've never seen a historical weapon so covered in brass and copper as to look like there is nothing else. It's like painting modern weapons gold and sticking diamonds all over them, just because some people shell out so much money to have their weapons decorated so does not mean they were standard colours.
See also:
www.cimarron-firearms.com/perc…
www.cimarron-firearms.com/shot…
www.indianvillagemall.com/2013…
As you can see, they wouldn't cover the whole thing in bronze.
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LandgraveCustoms Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I refer to my original definition; part of Steampunk is the Fantasy Aesthetic, which in this case means that the more striking brass colors appeal to me more and thus I use them despite their technical historical inaccuracy. Sorry, that's just how I roll.
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Atropos907 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
nice adaptations. well done.
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Tigadee Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
W...O...W!!! :-O
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GirlyGamerAU Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
Really cool. So many great designs in there.
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KoiKichuoa Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
... I want them... All of them....
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ixneedxaxlife Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What gun did you use to make the sniper on the bottom? How much is the sniper?
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