I’m starting to see threads about people’s drawings start to pop up more so...why not join in the bandwagon?
I was originally going to draw Sigourney
Weaver, but I never finished it. Plus, I suck at drawing faces. Human ones, apparently not Xenomorph ones.
Anti-Kaiju Wall Mark 5
December 7, 2041
On the 100th anniversary of The Attack on Pearl Harbor, little did residents know that another such surprise attack would happen. Not from the Japanese, or anything from this planet. It would come from above.
A little self-portrait I made, but with a slight retrowave feel to it.
Bautista Rifle Mark 1 (BRMK1)
This is my design for a commercial and military DIY bolt-action rifle. It accepts most standard NATO rounds, preferably 5.56 rounds. It can break up into three separate pieces after built for easy storage. The stock, body, and barrel all come off after built. Also shown is the box it is delivered in, with nails, brackets, a storage car, and a user manual. It is made of cheap materials as it is meant to be a cheap and affordable, yet sturdy and effective rifle. The delivery box is not to scale.
Bautista Auto Viper 5 (BAV5)
Designed by Bautista Arms MFG., or BAMFG for short, (Get it? “BAM”-FG? Because they make guns? Nevermind.) the Auto Viper is a small assault rifle that can fire 5.56 rounds or 9x19 Parabellum rounds. It is compact as it is used mainly by security guards, police forces, SWAT teams, or Secret Service members. It comes with a 40mm Bautista Underbarrel Grenade Launcher 40, or BUGL40 (pronounced as “bugle forty”) as standard, though it can be requested to remove the BUGL40, and replace it with a rail or a hand grip.
Bautista Anti-Material Rifle 20 (BAMR20)
The Bautista Anti-Material Rifle 20, or the BAMR20 (pronounced as “bam-er twenty”), is an anti-material rifle designed by Bautista Arms MFG. (BAMFG) to take down or disable lightly armoured vehicles such as trucks or jeeps. The 20 in the name denotes that it fires a magazine of 15 20mm rounds, and is used essentially as a large sniper. It comes with a scope as default to spot targets far away, and a bipod to help deploy it in battle. Also attached is a small carrying handle in the side to help transport it by hand. It is a very heavy weapon, and hip firing is not recommended, so going prone is the best option, hence the bipod.