Well, after a couple brilliant skirmishes, my G36 Sl9 Airsoft rifle kinda broke again, once again requiring some hardcore disassembly, but thankfully not of Pandora's clusterfuck, the gearbox.
Turns out the Hop-up bucking(inch long rubber tube) is busted. Replacement? 7 bucks American, which is bullshit for a &*@#$! rubber tube, and that's the cheapest I could find it.
The good thing I was able to come up with an interim solution, ripping apart my spare G36C, a cheap spare gun I bought (planning ahead like a super genius FTW) and modifying that bucking to fit, as well as haxoring together an extended barrel, just for fun.
After a harrowing experience fighting someone with a gun that is at least as good as mine used to be, I think I'm probably gonna upgrade the SL9, rather than buying another gun. I may suck it up and buy this ebook, but I shudder at the thought of buying information of the internet. My current plan is to get a nice barrel, a nicer battery, some gearbox parts, and a new motor. I may also buy a cheap-ish G36K, which'll allow me to convert my gun to look more like this or this.
The alternatve is to simply buy a higher-quality gun, but upgrading is a little cheaper(but not by much) and you can do it in stages. Plus I like the SL9, and I need another mechanical hobby to get me off the computer...
Need advice on the cheap(<$40) airsoft guns? I be the man to talk to, I've fired most of the ones available on Amazon...(Get a $25 Steyr AUG and an extra magazine is my #1 pick)
I made inventory descriptions for all the weapons that will be in the game, save a couple easter-egg/boss ones.
I got a lot of other random FoT stuff, but it's rather really tiny; I'll probably montage it up at some point. I should have something related to the enemies tomorrow.
I was getting bored the other day, so I decided to start drawing cool stuff on paper that I could scan and make into something shiny on my computer-box...
...turns into something like this:
MAGIC, I say!!
I even did a second one:
These could conceivably be used for Dogfight... er, Angels 22: Reborn. The first is an updated version of the player's avatar helmet for in-game dialog, and the second one is supposed to be a standard Neo-Soviet helmet, and therefore less cool.
I also uploaded a piktar of Sir Sapo to deviantart, so you can finally hunt him down and question him about OpenGL, I guess...