ArtStation Marketplace: Military Assets

The ArtStation Marketplace is a resource for artists to buy and sell products.  This week, we’re featuring products that can be used to help you created military inspired artwork.

M24 Sniper Rifle

This is the M24 Sniper rifle, base on the Remington model 700, adopted as the standard sniper rifle by the US military and law enforcement since 1988. This model and textures are intended for use in AAA quality 1st person games, VR games, and other real-time apps. Included in this asset is a series of 4k PBR textures for use in all modern engines including Metallic, Metallic/Smoothness, and Roughness maps.

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Military Camp

By David Edwards

A selection of military camp/base elements that can be arranged, duplicated and composed into various base configurations. The elements contain the following; a watchtower, red cone, tires, barrier, fence, tent, sandbags, sand block, concrete walls,  ground plane, and maps.

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Reference 003: Military – Air Force

Included in this set are 285 reference photos taken of military aircraft including detailed shots, helicopters, jets etc. that can be used by concept artists, matte-painters etc for personal or commercial use. All photos are around 4,200 pixels wide.

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Retro Office Environment – Military office set in Saigon, Vietnam – August 1971 (UE4)

by Clinton Crumpler

This project includes everything pictured with all assets, materials, and VFX created in the Unreal Engine. Each asset was created for realistic AAA quality visuals, style, and budget.

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Assault Mech – Unity package

Mobile ready, highly detailed Assault Mech model.

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Alien gun creation full Bundle – Modeling & Texturing Complete Workflow

by Darrell Abney

This is bundle tutorial showing the complete process of modeling and texturing the alien weapon production asset.  This contains all the files from both the modeling and texturing tutorials.

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