Pew Doodles – Custom Gun Art

The next time I am back home, I am going to ask if I can flip through my old school notebooks. After following Pew Doodles on Instagram for a few weeks, I had a flood of memories taking me back to daydreaming in school while drawing all types of guns. From M16s to fantasy space blasters, I’m pretty sure I sketched them all.

However, I didn’t have the skill of this young artist. I’m thinking about commissioning a sketch of my (current) favorite gun. What is that gun you ask? No idea.


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Around eight years ago, back in 2009, I stumbled upon what I still recognise as the best gun-building creative app ever. I was eagerly experimenting with digital line art back then, so I reached out to the creator, Doctor Noob, if I could contribute to the app – to my indescribable delight, he said YES.

For a few years I was drawing a lot of line art for the app, having a long list of work-in-progress, and an even longer waiting list still. I was proud to have a few of my drawings making it to the app, such as the ACR, the 98Bravo, the M200, and the F2000.

PIMP MY GUN?
Time flies, as I started college in 2010, graduated in 2014, and found a job at a local printing company until now. While the app has been dormant for some time, I still wish to do what I love in whatever left in my free time – drawing things that go PEW PEW. This is where you, my beloved patrons, come in.

EVERY BIT HELPS
If you enjoy what I’m creating in my free time, this is a way of freeing up my time from work, so I can spend more time doing what I love – drawing things that go PEW PEW – creating things that you love – drawing of things that go PEW PEW.





Pete

LE – Science – OSINT.
On a mission to make all of my guns as quiet as possible.
Pete.M@staff.thefirearmblog.com
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  • Reminds me of art I saw in the Shadowrun RPG books.

    • Shankbone

      Whoa. That takes me back.

    • cool!

    • so I can spend more time doing what I love – drawing things that go PEW PEW – creating things that you love – drawing of things that go PEW PEW…

  • Dmitry Goosavich

    Reminds me of my childhood. I’d draw guns all the time in class. I found it funny how bothered my classmates and teachers were about it. I even got a detention once for doing it. Funny how now drawing guns is part of my job.

    • looks like you had an awesome childhood, and an even more awesome job

    • so I can spend more time doing what I love – drawing things that go PEW PEW – creating things that you love – drawing of things that go PEW PEW.

  • Alan

    Can you do a single stack Glock 19? G43’esque thinness, 4 to 4.5 inch barrel, Commander sized, maybe even a carry bobtail like the SA EMP CCC?

    That’d be a unique end of summer gift!

  • SP mclaughlin

    Too bad pimpmygun got left in the dust…it was good fun.

    • I’m still hopeful for an update… someday. it was real good fun.

  • mechamaster

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/cfc5ec96eedd81df13576413f01f16b480169af4b7d3f9bf8461f1ca51d34afe.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/70f0cd9ad3fdfe99860893331d95e2a23f9303f9387955e6bf5d0e9fdd5aa82e.jpg

    Wow, this is inspiring me !

    I like to draw and customized the firearms, I have 2 example of my illustration, the Dragunov MA customs ( the firing selector is changed to H&K style, and the Charging handle is non-reciprocating type )

    And the Indonesian SS-2 V5 in ‘redesign’ and customization to meet the modularity & customization. ( It shows how to fieldstripped it too, the inside is similar with FNC )

  • noob

    The kris vector with what looks like a 5.56 magazine in the magwell has only two modes on the selector switch “pew” and “pewpewpew”. How do you safe that weapon?

    • mechamaster

      Maybe… something like glock safe action trigger ?

      • noob

        That could make it drop safe, but a long gun doesn’t use a holster so foreign objects could still get caught in the trigger guard while the weapon is slung which makes a secondary safety essential on a long gun.

    • ah you got me there