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  • Blog Post: Artists' Homages To Classic PS1 Games Are Stunning

    Game Art HQ is home to a lot of artists and gamers, and those two loves intersect in the site’s PlayStation 20th Anniversary Tribute. Site members collaborated to produce a gallery of artwork based on more than 40 games released between 1995 and 2002. Resident Evil, Crash Bandicoot, Kowloon’s... More
  • Blog Post: Platinum Games Shares Its Bayonetta Nintendo Costumes Concept Art

    Platinum Games has released a collection of concept art images detailing the process of creating Bayonetta's assorted Nintendo costumes. You can check out the gallery of images below or on Platinum Games' blog here . The designs were handled by Yong-Hee Cho who writes, "It all started one... More
  • Blog Post: Realistic Pokémon Artist Tackles Gyarados, Rayquaza, And More

    Artist RJ Palmer, who specializes in realistic renditions of familiar Pokémon, has released a new pair of pieces. Above and below you will find Palmer's take on Gyarados and Rayquaza as well as a few other Pokémon like Tentacruel, Emolga, Cloyster, and many more. For more impressive... More
  • Blog Post: Poster Artist Designs Print To Celebrate Super Smash Bros.

    We’ve featured artist Marinko Milosevski a number of times in the past. You might recall his Pokémon tourism posters or his take on Star Fox (if not, you might want to check those out). Now, Milosevski is back to celebrate Nintendo’s biggest title of the fall. Super Smash Bros. gets... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Look At Some Of Alien: Isolation's Impressive Concept Art

    Coinciding with tomorrow's release of Alien: Isolation is a book of concept art, and we've got an exclusive look at a few of its pieces. In the gallery below, you will find some of the images leading to Amanda Ripley's final design, the space station Sevastopol, as well as an early image... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Kingdom Hearts' Director Tetsuya Nomura Draw Sora

    Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix released in Japan on October 2, and to promote the game, Square Enix has released a video of director and character designer Tetsuya Nomura drawing the game's protagonist. You can check out the video below, which is fascinating to watch, and also a reminder of how much... More
  • Blog Post: Miiverse User Creates Impressive Robin Williams Tribute With Art Academy: Sketchpad

    A Miiverse user going by Craig has created an impressive Robin Williams tribute using Art Academy: Sketchpad. To see the post with the impressive art piece (seen above), head here . Craig posted his piece along with the text, "To live... to live will be an awfully big adventure.” For a different... More
  • Blog Post: Gallery Nucleus To Host Naughty Dog 30th Anniversary Art Exhibit

    Uncharted and The Last of Us developer Naughty Dog turns 30 this year, and the studio is celebrating. Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California will host an exhibit featuring production art from a number of the developer’s titles. The event takes place from September 27 through October 12, with an... More
  • Blog Post: The Dovahkiin Is Reborn In This Art Of Skyrim Video

    Even almost three years after its release, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still so wildly popular that fans are developing new mods for it even today. While the game still stands as a technical marvel and one of the best games in recent years, it is also a fascinating game to look at. With the latest... More
  • Blog Post: See Half-Life 2's Enemies Drawn To Scale

    From artist Andrew McGee, who brought us every colossus from Shadow of the Colossus drawn to scale , comes a new size comparison collection focused on Half-Life 2. In the piece you will find, I believe, every enemy that appears in Half-Life 2 from the tiny Headcrab, to the gigantic Striders. Even the... More
  • Blog Post: On The Cover Of This Saturday Evening Post: Jill Valentine, Captain America, And Optimus Prime

    Toronto-based freelance illustrator/ designer Marco D’Alfonso channels Norman Rockwell with these awesome depictions of Resident Evil’s Jill Valentine, Captain America, and Optimus Prime, done up in the style of three iconic Norman Rockwell illustrations. The Jill Valentine illustration below... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Art Exhibit Swoops In To Coincide With Comic-Con

    Warner Bros. and DC have unveiled their latest effort to celebrate Comic-Con and the 75th anniversary of Batman. A number of life-size recreations of the dark knight's signature cape and cowl are now on display at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego. The "Cape/Cowl/Create" event was shown... More
  • Blog Post: Limited Edition Okami Art Prints Now Available From Cook & Becker

    Okami is often lauded for its paintbrush, sumi-e aesthetic, and it turns out that official digital art based on Capcom’s 2006 hit looks just as gorgeous. In collaboration with Cook & Becker, an Amsterdam, Netherlands-based art gallery and distributor, Capcom has released limited edition prints... More
  • Blog Post: Into The Pixel Video Game Art Show Announces E3 2014 Collection

    Into the Pixel, the annual art show celebrating video game artistry, has announced its pieces for appearance at E3 2014. You can find the full list of selected pieces on page two of this story, and preview some of the pieces by heading here . Beautiful concept art from games like Assassin's Creed... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Looks Toward Mayan Art For Inspiration On Pokémon Redesigns

    Artist Mona Robles is skilled at creating Mayan-inspired art, and she has been using her talent to redesign Pokémon. Robles calls her creations Pokemayans, and she draws them upon request, and for a small fee. Below you will find Pokemayan Palkia, and above you will find Gyarados. To see more... More
  • Blog Post: Monument Valley Hits 500,000 Downloads On iOS, Now Available On Android

    After selling over 500,000 copies and making back its production costs within a week, developer ustwo has moved Monument Valley over to Android devices. Speaking with TechCrunch , the developer confirmed the Monument Valley sales numbers and said it is working on new content for the game. The plan is... More
  • Blog Post: Realistic Pokémon Artist Tackles Lugia And Tyrantrum

    Artist RJ Palmer has unleashed his latest realistic renditions of classic Pokémon with new takes on Lugia and Tyrantrum. Palmer released Tyrantrum awhile ago, which you can see below in animated GIF form, but Lugia is his newest creation. Like most of his pieces, it's complete with a trainer... More
  • Blog Post: Student Created Borderlands Animated Short Films Now Available Online For Viewing

    In March of last year , Gearbox announced a partnership with the The Academy of Art University in San Francisco to create short films based in the Borderlands universe. Today, you can see all of the short aniamted film products of that partnership online. You can see each of the shorts below. Loose Cannon... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Art Academy Confirmed For U.K. Release

    Nintendo's new Pokémon-themed painting title for the 3DS, previously only confirmed for Japan, will be released in at least one Western territory. According to a report on Eurogamer, Pokémon Art Academy will be released on July 4 in the U.K. It was previously confirmed for release in... More
  • Blog Post: Bayonetta Developer Shares Employee Art Showcase

    Platinum Games, the developer behind games like Bayonetta and The Wonderful 101 , recently posted a collection of art pieces unrelated to its games from its employees. You can check out the whole collection here , which runs the gamut of styles and genres. These pieces were all made during Platinum Games'... More
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