This is an alternative post-war take on the HK32 Prototype chambered in 7.62x39. I mixed the HK32 with some parts from the HK G3 and the PTR version.
Everything was done almost entirely in Blender with a few highpoly exceptions that were cleaned up in Zbrush. Textured in Substance Painter. Rendered in Cycles.


Very convincing - looks lethal, especially w/ the freeze-frame brass escaping the ejection port. Why did HK drill the forward wooden stock, for cooling? Not gas pressure relief, that far back? Beautiful rendering of worn wood & metal surfaces. One imagines the piece eliminating a significant number of enemy troops. Closest I ever got to such HK (recent) history is owning a pair of USP 40’s, no wood, synthetic & steel all black; shot beautifully, though w/ no such historic aura as you show here. Great job; do more.

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