I will second that, and also mention a Kris would be good, too. They both have very distinct shapes that could make very nice icons.
I recognized a lot of the weapon you made, but couldn't put a name to many of them, very good work, especially on the Kusarigama (Thanks Bon Bon.)
I'm not really proficient with any.
But, I took a programming course in high school, and learned some Java, a programming course in college and learned some C#.
So...very vaguely familiar with those.
Loving the big opal, and the (I assume, I don't know gems well) opal ring. The pocket watch is also very nice and there is a ton of detail on those peanuts.
In terms of outside of the box, gems could be used for a quasi-materia system. The pocket watch could be used for time spells, or for a...
And that is ignoring coloration. It is extremely cool and useful. I haven't actually gotten around to using them though (Icons can always be added at the end of a project, and I have only finished one game and it was in a different art style).
Busy day today, but I will try to see what I can do...
Thanks for doing this. Blackguards looks pretty cool, I would appreciate a key.
Just throwing this out there, Mount & Blade is a little dated graphics/animations wise (and honestly it never looked good) but if leading medieval armies from a first person action perspective sounds like fun to...
I like it, it doesn't really fit with any art style we have here (I think, I have a bad eye for that stuff), but it looks very nice.
I would like to see more in this style, and if you can keep quality up, I would be willing to buy a pack if you ever choose to go that route.
That sounds fun, you need to figure out a way to limit it so players don't feel like they have to grid items to do well in the game, but beyond that sounds great.
I would try to get some of your other characters involved in there own way with there own mini games.
Daz3D has the weirdest number scheme for model generations...
Genesis 4 is the 4th generation and oldest currently available, Genesis 1 is the 5th generation, Genesis 2 is the 6th, 3 is the 7th.... And then it goes Genesis 8. So 4, 1, 2, 3, 8. So when looking through there store you have to remember that sometimes they'll say 6 but they mean 3, and vice versa.