A downloadable asset pack

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Do you want to make a low poly game or 3d animation? Need a theme to inspire a new horror or fantasy project? Give this pack a try!

This .rar file includes 6 creatures from popular folklore and/or mysterious real life events from different parts of the world:

  • Mothman - one of the most popular cryptids ever, famous for the events in Point Pleasant.
  • Bunyip - the mysterious Australian creature, said to be dangerous in and out of water.
  • Chupa Cabra - Without a doubt,  one of the most popular cryptid in South America, it's known as  goat sucker, but is known to attack  any blood filled body.
  • Crocotta - The Ethiopian creature that can mimc human voice, like a parrot, and is known for biting with an unbroken ridge of bone in each jaw, forming a continuous tooth without any gum.
  • Corpo Seco - In Brazil is said that, if someone is too evil, even hell rejects the soul after death and said dead has to live as a "dry body", a zombie with giant claws/nails and supernatural strenght to protect the place it will inhabit, while suffering the pain of this new body.
  • Mapinguari - The huge creature (species?) hiding between Brazil and Bolivia. The mouth in it's belly fills the air with a foul-smelling gas, anyone exposed to it tend to pass out in seconds. Their feet is round, without fingers.


.Blend file, rigged with bones.
PNG textures.

This pack is perfect for making a low poly horror, fantasy, rpg, adventure or FPS game!

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorAdriano Silva
GenreRole Playing
Made withBlender
Tags3D, Fantasy, Horror, Low-poly, Monsters, supernatural
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal


Buy Now$1.00 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

3DCryptids.rar 2 MB


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Dude this is amazing work

Thank you :')

Even with a low spec pc and my beginner experience with 3d, I'm happy I could make some low poly models :D