Lowpoly fantasy weapons

Fantasy Weapon - Tribal Bone Axe.
A fantasy axe magically formed from a (femur) bone, perhaps used by a culture still stuck on stone age, without knowledge of metalcrafting. 746 tris, 1024x512 hand-painted texture.

Fantasy weapon - "Viking" Axe

Fantasy Weapon - Bronze Snake Axe

Fantasy Weapon - Spiky Double-daggers

Fantasy Weapon - Bird-beak warpick.
A bird-shaped “warpick”, basically a sharp, heavy spike at the end of a long handle. Depending on the game, it could be categorized as an axe or a mace, and could most like share most animations of axes and/or maces.

Initial pencil sketches can be seen on the right. I'm not a concept artist, but when I practice drawing, I tend to doodle all sorts of shapes.

Initial pencil sketches can be seen on the right. I'm not a concept artist, but when I practice drawing, I tend to doodle all sorts of shapes.

Decoration and colors tests for the tribal bone axe. These used the initial design based on the sketch - I later modified the shape to be a bit closer to a femur bone's shape.

Decoration and colors tests for the tribal bone axe. These used the initial design based on the sketch - I later modified the shape to be a bit closer to a femur bone's shape.

Lowpoly fantasy weapons

A set of low poly fantasy weapons. 3 axes, a pair of fancy daggers, and a bird-beak warpick.

The weapons are between 300 and 800 tris, with a non-square textures created at 512x1024 pixels, but which can be down-scaled to half of that. The textures were quickly painted in Blender, with some final tweaks made in Photoshop.

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Janne joensuu mace 01 for artstationJanne joensuu render 01 game mock up