Ahoy. The name is Mikom. I do 3D modeling, rendering and just general design. I'm a person who over past few years has taken a great interest in formulating ideas in 3D space. Ideas are my trade in many ways yet I also lean towards the practical. I have worked on several mods and game projects though modeling for games is not my first area of expertise. Here on ModDB/IndieDB I keep an eye on the Humor Satire Parody group, I follow the modding community and watch game productions that have peaked my interest. Feel free to go through my blogs or image gallery if you want to get a glimpse of what I do. As always, have a nice day!

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Shadow_Micha Jan 4 2014 says:

Man, the detail is crazy >:3

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Metalspy Jan 5 2014 says:

"Trident Firearms", is that just a name to make the render look more interesting? Or are these weapons for a mod/game?

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Admiral_Skeybar Jan 5 2014 replied:

Oh the Trident Firearms is just the logo I kept putting on the weapon models.
I liked the sounds of it so I added it to the picture as well, I think it adds to the presentation. =)

These designs are "fan art" I suppose you can call it for a game called Interstellar Marines.

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cW#Ravenblood Jan 7 2014 says:

A typical Admiral render.
The colors, position, composition etc. is really recognizable,
great job! I can clearly identify your style! :)

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Admiral_Skeybar Jan 7 2014 replied:

That's true ^^ I think I do have a recognizable style as well now =)

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