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Drawings / Icons Art MegaPack for GUI - Fantasy & Modern Icons

Birb Studio - 2D Assets - May 16, 2022

Hand drawn icons / illustrations of 1,000 items for UI elements like inventory icons, in-game documents, and books and journal art

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.14 - 4.27, 5.0
  • Download Type
    Asset Pack
    This product contains an assortment of Unreal Engine assets which can be imported into a pre-existing project of your choice.

Drawings / Icons Art MegaPack

*Please note this content pack does not come with any Blueprints, only Image files!*


1,000 unique hand-drawn illustrations in 4 variants and 3 sizes. PNGs also provided.

Perfect for inventory icons, art for in-game documents that players come across, item description icons, and anything else GUI related.


These drawings include fantasy, old, and modern world objects, and will stylistically fit and bolster the immersion of any world with the variance they allow.

For example, try solid white on a dark frosted glass background for a modern feel, or ink-black on an ivory paper background to simulate old medieval parchment. You can also tint them to any color within the engine by modifying properties in Unreal's UMG.


General categories are food and drinks, animals, weapons, armor and clothing, botany, geology, crafting and technology, and miscellaneous items and resources.

Technical Details

  • 1,000 unique drawings for use as icons, document art, and more
  • 4 variants (filled, transparent light tints, transparent dark tints, transparent black). The first 3 variants can be easily tinted to any color within the engine.
  •  3 sizes for each variant (64x64, 128x128, 256x256)
  • Single icon files (No atlas/sprite sheets)
  • PNGs provided in convenient zip file. You can access them by right clicking the asset folder in the content browser after adding to project and selecting "Show in Explorer".

note: If you can't find the PNG zip, this can happen if you migrate the assets from a previous project. You'll find the zip in any project where you click "Add to project" from your vault.