Elusch99's Destiny Models

elusch99

Member
Hello 405th! Now that I can get back on the site, I have been working on some Destiny models for you all, and also for me. Currently I have four Hunter models ready for use.

This is my first attempt at modeling anything with Blender, so any comments, criticisms, and suggestions are welcome.

Shoulder from E3 reveal:

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This one is foam friendly.
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Chest Plate (Front)

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This one is apparently not in the beta, but it is in a lot of bungie's WIP photos.
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Knee from above Hunter

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Hunter Helmet

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Pretty generic Hunter Helmet. This one is not foam friendly. Credit to Rundown for the original file, which I tweaked heavily and added a back to. *UPDATE* Do not use the back from this file. The front is fine, but the back is not. Instead, use the next file down.
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Hunter Helmet Back

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Updated to be more game-accurate and to actually work.

Ghost

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Modeled by Demogorgon, unfolded by me. Don't use this core, it's too high poly. I do, however, have a...

Ghost Core

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Modeled and unfolded by me.

Backplate

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Just a quick back plate for the Hunter, since it will be covered (in general) by the cloak.

Hunter Knife

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This one is a sliced weapon, meant to be made from cardboard or wood or whatever else people use. The edges that are in grey are a little wrong. I'm still a self-admitted noob in blender, so it glitched a little. Any questions about how it's supposed to be, just ask.

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Hunter Accessory Boxes For Belt

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Just what the title says.

Achlyophage Symbiote

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Exotic Hunter Helmet, minus the volcanic ash stuff. Also a base for Knucklehead Radar and many other helmets.

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RELIC: The Aegis

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This is the relic that appears in the Vault of Glass, it's not the most accurate model ever but it's pretty good. Meant for cardboard or matboard, not for pep.

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Light Beyond Nemesis-Pep Version

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This is the Exotic Warlock helmet, modeled by Crimmson. It is made for pep, but every page except the first will need to be flipped and reprinted, because I only unfolded one side. That's because the 'wings' on the side make it hard to see some of the parts, and made it hard to see what I was unfolding.

Cowl of the Hezen Lords-Foam Version

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This is another Exotic Warlock helmet, modeled by Crimmson. Made for foam.

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DESTINY TITAN

Important Note: All of the Destiny Titan unfolds (Excluding Helmets) are for FOAM ONLY. There may be pieces that are not unfolded because they are not needed for foam builds, considering the depth of the foam.

All of the below files are modeled primarily by Crimmson. I just did some cleanup and the unfold.

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Exotic Helmet

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Normal Helmet

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These ones are meant for pep, but it shouldn't be too hard to make them for foam.

Chest

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Belt

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Thigh

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Knee

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Shin

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Left Bicep

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Right Bicep

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Forearm

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DESTINY HUNTER VOG / GHOST ANGEL

VoG Shin

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Ghost Angel Upper Legs and Knees

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Ghost Angel Chest

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Also, if anyone has some Destiny stuff they want modeled, I might be able to do that too. Just let me know.

All files modeled and unfolded by me, unless otherwise noted. Credit to Bungie for all in-game models, ideas, and concepts for characters.
 
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Ookami

New Member
Hello, i am new here, sorta.... (been 2 years) but i love destiny, and i don't have enough money to buy myself the "Ghost Edition" but i really would like to get a model of the ghost to make. This is something small i can make to help me learn the techniques in making models. Also if someone wants to take on the task, i think it would be great to make the sphere and the pyramids separate enough to magnatize and look like it has movement, the sphere being 2 halves would also let the back spin like it does in the game too. These are just some ideas but it still would be cool to even have a basic model if someone wouldn't mind taking it up, my 3d modeling skills are terrible, though if you want an overall outer dementions i can get those for you (or atleast real close).

Thanks for all the parts you made and put up for us, it is really cool, same to rundown too! I will be back for more files too =)
 

JediFraz

Active Member
Hey Ookami. If it's just a basic model why not give it a go? Nothing teaches like actually doing something. My suggestion would be to download a copy of blender. There's a free version at http://www.blender.org/ then run through the free tutorials on the same site. In the support section.
Once you are up to speed with the basics there are folk on here who can help with the detials, but it's always better to have an understanding of the basics before asking someone to donate their time to teach you.

Good Luck!
 

Ookami

New Member
well, i do not have the designer software, if i try to make it in something like blender you think you can convert it to a pep file? I'll try it!
 

elusch99

Member
In blender, you can export it as a .obj file, which pepakura accepts. By the way, I've just gotten Crimmson's unfinished Titan model, so I'll be working on that.
 

Ookami

New Member
Hey, me again! this is my first time using blender and i haven't a clue what i am doing, i have this done so far, and had to start over so many times so sorry it isn't very good. If you have any pointers i would be glad to hear them. this is 2 files the sphere and the triangular shell.ghost partial.gif
 

elusch99

Member
Actually that looks really good for a first attempt. I think it looks great, but I can't really tell from the pic.
 

Ghost Bear 027

Jr Member
Hey Guardians!

Destiny Warlock helmet link should be in my signature line below. It's attached at the tail end of Jico's youtube thread and listed early on in the 405th thread. Thought I would include it as Elusch 99 has started a pretty sweet collection here. The file is pretty easy to modify, at least the back of the helmet, which is good since there seems to be no end to customization in thisgame.

Destiny is blowing me away so far and I'm so happy to see Bungie doing this right.
 

elusch99

Member
Do you have any other files for the hunter yet
Glad you asked, I do. Will update the first post with them shortly.

Also, a warning. I just recently got the chance to put together my helmet file, and I discovered that the back of the helmet is not really that good. I also updated it to be more game accurate. Use the faceplate from the first file and the back of the helmet from the one I will upload.

I am also working on a Titan Unfold from Crimmson, will post when I'm done.
 

Serin

Jr Member
Noice!
Hey elusch99,
Wondering if you'd be groovy with me modifying your Ghost model to print myself one that I could light up with EL sheeting?
Nothing commercial or shared, just for my desk so BlackBox has a friend.
 

goboy3133

Member
With the Hunter helmet files, half of the pieces are miles away from what's being printed, which is getting confusing for me when I'm scaling it, and it will be for me when I'm putting it together. Why is it that half of the pep is not set up? It just confuses me.
-goboy3133
 

elusch99

Member
Oh, yep. Sorry about that, the way I build my helmets I only use half the pieces. Just print what's there, use the button called mirror invertion under the others menu.
 

hurglburtz

New Member
For the knife, would you simply just make it out of solid cardboard and then fiberglass it? I'm not sure how you'd do it with a pep.
 

elusch99

Member
Yep, that's how the knife was intended to be made. I would actually go with bondo instead of fiberglass, though, because the knife is surprisingly sturdy with just cardboard, you only need to fill in the slant of the blade with bondo.
 

Zaff

Well-Known Member
For the knife, would you simply just make it out of solid cardboard and then fiberglass it? I'm not sure how you'd do it with a pep.
A fairly popular method for pep prop building is to build it like any other pep project, resin the outside, carefully drill a small hole and pour rondo (a mixture of bondo and resin) to reinforce the inside, followed by a bit of bondo work on the outside to make sure it's nice and smooth. For larger props, some people use expanding foam to fill in the hollow (again, something to be careful with as it can warp/burst the piece). For smaller props like knives, it's fairly common after the reinforcing stage to create a mold and make a solid cast to use with the costume. That way you have something more solid and durable, and if something does happen to it, you have the mold to make a replacement.
 

elusch99

Member
A fairly popular method for pep prop building is to build it like any other pep project, resin the outside, carefully drill a small hole and pour rondo (a mixture of bondo and resin) to reinforce the inside, followed by a bit of bondo work on the outside to make sure it's nice and smooth. For larger props, some people use expanding foam to fill in the hollow (again, something to be careful with as it can warp/burst the piece). For smaller props like knives, it's fairly common after the reinforcing stage to create a mold and make a solid cast to use with the costume. That way you have something more solid and durable, and if something does happen to it, you have the mold to make a replacement.
The thing is, the file is a sliced file, meant to be built from slices of cardboard, not pep at all.
 
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