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3d Gear Shingeki no kyojin  V 1.0 by TrisyDesign 3d Gear Shingeki no kyojin  V 1.0 by TrisyDesign
This will be a prop one day :3!
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jonyshulz Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
the "THEORY" of the 3rd gear looks believable, but i do wonder if it would actually work properly and if it would be as lightweight to allow great mobility, also the gas canister looks rather small and im not sure if it would fit enough gas to even lift a person in the air.
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TrisyDesign Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Student Filmographer
Don't forget the part where you need to be able to control the 3D gear! Also, I think a user of the gear would suffer quite a bit. This can't be good for your neck and backbones.
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jonyshulz Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
oh yeah,i also just noticed that there's no aiming system for the grappling hook imagine missing your target at 15m in the air.......
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TrisyDesign Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013  Student Filmographer
Yeh, it's sick. I'd shoot every grappling I have left at a tree or soo xD!
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CAP00NE Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
well if you could program a aiming sytem that does it for you
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CAP00NE Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2013
also you could make some kind of full back-body support for the issues with your neck and stuff
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ippotsk Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Humanity nowadays should adopt these gear. Guns and artillery are nice and all, but I think bendable swords and harpoon jetpacks are even cooler. :iconryojidaisyplz:
This is awesome, I sure hope this could be made.
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WorldWalker128 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
There, of course would be the issue of, when in a modern day city, all the bigger buildings with glass for walls instead of stone, concrete not being as sturdy as actual stone for your 'catch' end of your harpoon to latch onto and hold. Then there's the problem that most forests on earth don't have huge trees in them, and so aren't spread out enough that you'd smack into every other tree as you flew through the air. (Let's not forget that in the show their harpoons seem to let go automatically for the next launch. If you could get one to stick in something at all you'd then need a way to reel it back in without leaving the harpoon snapped off the end of your cord/chains).
The best place to use something like that would be a canyon(more specifically, the grand canyon, but there are of course, others), but if you needed to make a sudden turn and you did not have sight of a place to swing yourself around, you'd smack into a wall.
Even if you went to an older city where most everything was made of stone or brick still, there's still be telephone poles and their wires to deal with (and fire escapes. One tangled harpoon cord...), and most of those houses would not be very large. If you missed your latch-on spot, you'd have next to no time to get off a second shot, and you'd fall either to the ground (if you're lucky) onto a person, a trash can, or a car, or, in the worse case scenarios, either get impaled on a fence or land in the middle of traffic.
But I do agree that it'd be cool to actually be able to use it.
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TrisyDesign Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Student Filmographer
Well it wont function at all but hey. who cares It (I hope) will look awesome :D!
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ippotsk Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Haha, who knows~ We've pretty much got jet propulsion tech, grappling hooks, and swords...
Who knows when humanity will be able to really make those gear. :iconryojidaisyplz:

But yeah, for now, let's stick to cool-looking props. Good luck making 'em! ^^
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