Valheim and its charms have once again spawned an amazing piece of art, this time in the form of a real-life Porcupine weapon. Punished Props Academy shared a video detailing the entire process.
Valheim is spurring its fans into creative action left, right and centre. From the breathtaking creations within the game itself to the artist's digital canvas , Valheim seems to be a bottomless well of pure inspiration.
Today's Valheim-inspired offering comes from YouTube, where Punished Props Academy shared a 40-minute video detailing the process of making a real-life Porcupine weapon from the game.
The highly entertaining video starts off with a stick and ends with a magnificent bit of a beloved game, worthy of a place above the mantle.
The YouTube channel that specialises in all things fantasy, took on the challenge of making the prop out of EVA foam. This delighted a member of Valheim's own dev team, who actually worked on the in-game version of the epic mace. Lisa loved it so much that she shared it with her Twitter followers.
The in-game Porcupine is one of the more accessible weapons, popular for its blunt and piercing damage combination. Porcupine has a slight glowing effect and emits a bit of light even when holstered.
Porcupine crafting recipe in Valheim:
- 5 Fine wood
- 20 Iron
- 5 Needle
- 10 Linen thread