#3DPrinted Babylon-5 PPG Pistol #3DThursday #3DPrinting


metaform3d shares:

The PPG is the sidearm used by B5 security on the Bablyon-5 TV show. I’ve tried to get the scale as accurate as I can, although it may need to be scaled down for cosplayers with smaller hands. The original prop was made from machined aluminum so getting the finish to read right is a big part of making it look good.

Note: The image from TV and the basic design are copyrighted by others. My 3D model is a totally original creation inspired by their ideas.

download on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:678483

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