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Poly Desert Freebies

A little sample that includes low-poly style desert environment models. Use them as you like :) I'm curious in what projects they end up.


FBX - 4 plants and 8 rocks meshes with Material colors only.

OBJ - 4 plants (candelabre and barrel cactus, aloe) and 8 rocks. All of them use a single Material slot and one color texture atlas.

Textures: 128x128 color texture atlas in PNG format.

Unity package - contains 1 Scene (lineup and desert canyon) and prefabs. Mobile friendly version uses the OBJs with single material.

Update: Added .blend source file with material colors & active modifiers



Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
Made withUnity, Blender
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Blender, Cartoon, Low-poly, nature
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal


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PolyDesertFree_v 1.1_by_RunemarkStudio.zip 1 MB
poly-desert-source.blend 605 kB

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What is the pack license?

I mean by it do I need to place any text in credits or do you don't want any mention.

Nevermind I was blind and did not notice license under more information...

Nice assets, I used it in my game: https://drachevsky.itch.io/arid-puzzle


Wow, looks great! I'll check out the game tomorrow! I'm glad you put them to good use.


Hey, I normally pay $1 for whatever packs are name-your-own-price just as a thank-you, but this was not marked name-your-own price, so I wasn't able to compensate you for your help.  I know the $1 doesn't mean a lot to you, but I was wondering if there was any way I could Venmo you $1 through PayPal.  Please get back to me, thank you ^-^

Dear YourZombieMop, thank you for your kind gesture, I really appreciate it.

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Yes, if you are creating a game, promotional video, or something similar derivative.

Do you plan to release png of each elements with different views for 2D games ? front and isometric ?

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That's a great idea! I do have to do some research on how to create sprites from 3D models though.

Thank you Jimmy!

really nice pack