A bit of new work coming...
with that we have some small arms again. I do these illustrations in the resolution and size they are posted so I tend to crank these out quite fast. Though, as I have said before, I'm not really a gun guy, per se, these are fun to do so expect a good deal more of them.
Another of Geind's sturdy revolvers, this one a little later in their line than the previously posted EL-631 [link]
Again, consistent with the majority of shettiers, this one employs the same principle of using flechette (Shett dart or SABOT) shells that have a special resin that the weapon sends a charged jolt into which fires the round. This weapon uses H.V.S. (High Velocity Shett) rounds so it packs a punch. Like the EL-631, as posted, this is a combat model.
This one was also riffed off old 1800s style revolvers, Civil war period. It may seem strange to start from a place so removed aesthetically but that's what's fun about approaching these that way. Though they look modern I usually get ideas from older designs and do my take from there. Also of note, the "Made in Spana" refers to a fictional political bloc on the architectural planet Indus and is in no way related to Spain in the real world.
Pencil thumb converted to digital inks and colors in Photoshop CS3