Need to fight of a knight in armor? i got just the right thing for you.

Discussion started by Polymath-Maniac

Please check out my newest model, my take on a medieval battle pick.

I dislike putting objects in my display renders that are not included in the package when you buy the model, so i have added a non retopolized version of the stump as well for free (its a good quality stump model, just a bit heavy without retopo).

https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/military/melee/medieval-warpick

As always, tips and/or constructive feedback is always appreciated. Nobody is ever done learning.

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Posted about 1 month ago
1

Do you think you'd have a chance against a knight with that toy? - But a nice tool to hammer or pull some nails ;)

Posted about 1 month ago
2

believe it or not, but it is actually the perfect size to take out a armored knight. if it is longer, you cant channel as much raw power in a strike because the wood will absorb some of the impact. longer also means harder to aim and control.

of course, it does come with the drawback that you need to get close, so you better be defended yourself as well. It was not considered a weapon for lightly armored *peasants*

Mineral3D wrote
Mineral3D
I would prefer a good made sword and send some greetings from Solingen to that knight not giving him or her a chance to produce any wood chips before chipping me lol. But you made a nice model there.
Posted about 1 month ago
1

nice model bro

Posted about 1 month ago
1

It looks like a photo. Perfect!

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