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  1. If you are looking for some new things to put on your walls to impress friends, family, or that special person in your life, Bungie has released the first part of their Destiny concept art collection through the online art dealer Cook & Becker. Used during Destiny's development process, the collection includes work by Bungie concept artists Jesse van Dijk, Jaime Jones, Dorje Bellbrook, Ryan deMita, Kekai Kotaki and Joseph Cross. The first part of the released work consists of twelve different pieces. The second half of the collection will release sometime later this year. The giclee art prints are severely limited, meaning some of the pieces have already sold out. They can be quite pricey, retailing anywhere from $100 to $300 for the base image and upwards of $600 for framing and preservative treatments. Check out the first half of Bungie's gallery for yourself. View full article
  2. If you are looking for some new things to put on your walls to impress friends, family, or that special person in your life, Bungie has released the first part of their Destiny concept art collection through the online art dealer Cook & Becker. Used during Destiny's development process, the collection includes work by Bungie concept artists Jesse van Dijk, Jaime Jones, Dorje Bellbrook, Ryan deMita, Kekai Kotaki and Joseph Cross. The first part of the released work consists of twelve different pieces. The second half of the collection will release sometime later this year. The giclee art prints are severely limited, meaning some of the pieces have already sold out. They can be quite pricey, retailing anywhere from $100 to $300 for the base image and upwards of $600 for framing and preservative treatments. Check out the first half of Bungie's gallery for yourself.
  3. Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Final Fantasy and the founder of Mistwalker, released a trailer and several pieces of artwork via YouTube and Twitter last week of a canceled 2008 project called Cry On. The trailer shows a girl with a tiny stone creature running from an oncoming mass of darkness and red eyes. She hits a dead end and the creature transforms into a giant golem that helps her to escape before crumbling into ruin. The trailer doesn't show off any gameplay, but I certainly find the concept on display intriguing. As for the concept art, it is presumed to be for Cry On, but that has not been confirmed. Sakaguchi tweeted the images the same day the trailer was uploaded, but did not explicitly mention Cry On in the accompanying text.
  4. Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Final Fantasy and the founder of Mistwalker, released a trailer and several pieces of artwork via YouTube and Twitter last week of a canceled 2008 project called Cry On. The trailer shows a girl with a tiny stone creature running from an oncoming mass of darkness and red eyes. She hits a dead end and the creature transforms into a giant golem that helps her to escape before crumbling into ruin. The trailer doesn't show off any gameplay, but I certainly find the concept on display intriguing. As for the concept art, it is presumed to be for Cry On, but that has not been confirmed. Sakaguchi tweeted the images the same day the trailer was uploaded, but did not explicitly mention Cry On in the accompanying text. View full article
  5. Yesterday, Nick Thornborrow, a concept artist working at BioWare, announced on his tumblr that a 184 page volume titled The Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition will be releasing on the same day as the game. The hardcover book will contain hundreds of never before seen pieces of artwork that went into the design of Inquisition. Expect to see early renderings of heroes, creatures, villains, and the world of Thedas."It throws back the curtain to show you the work that has gone into shaping Inquisition by many talented artists," said Thornborrow. The book will retail at $39.99, but the pre-order price is $30.39, so the best time to purchase the art book might be before October 7.
  6. Yesterday, Nick Thornborrow, a concept artist working at BioWare, announced on his tumblr that a 184 page volume titled The Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition will be releasing on the same day as the game. The hardcover book will contain hundreds of never before seen pieces of artwork that went into the design of Inquisition. Expect to see early renderings of heroes, creatures, villains, and the world of Thedas."It throws back the curtain to show you the work that has gone into shaping Inquisition by many talented artists," said Thornborrow. The book will retail at $39.99, but the pre-order price is $30.39, so the best time to purchase the art book might be before October 7. View full article
  7. Famed throughout the world for his talents as an illustrator and character designer, Yoshitaka Amano partnered with Ubisoft to craft an artistic rendering inspired by the upcoming downloadable title, Child of Light. Yoshitaka Amano has quite the legacy in the video game industry. There is a reason you might have gotten a Final Fantasy vibe from the completed piece; Amano designed the iconic look of the franchise himself. From 1987-1994, Amano worked for Square as their main character, image, and graphic designer. He has also continued to create logos and promotional images for the series up until the present. Child of Light releases as a downloadable title on April 30 on Xbox Live, PSN, Wii U eShop, UPlay, and Steam. It features a unique melding of traditional turn-based RPG gameplay and western folklore visuals. Personally, this is one of my most anticipated smaller-scale titles for the coming year and I am excited to see Ubisoft going out of their way to show support for such a cool project. Keep your eye on this one, folks! View full article
  8. Famed throughout the world for his talents as an illustrator and character designer, Yoshitaka Amano partnered with Ubisoft to craft an artistic rendering inspired by the upcoming downloadable title, Child of Light. Yoshitaka Amano has quite the legacy in the video game industry. There is a reason you might have gotten a Final Fantasy vibe from the completed piece; Amano designed the iconic look of the franchise himself. From 1987-1994, Amano worked for Square as their main character, image, and graphic designer. He has also continued to create logos and promotional images for the series up until the present. Child of Light releases as a downloadable title on April 30 on Xbox Live, PSN, Wii U eShop, UPlay, and Steam. It features a unique melding of traditional turn-based RPG gameplay and western folklore visuals. Personally, this is one of my most anticipated smaller-scale titles for the coming year and I am excited to see Ubisoft going out of their way to show support for such a cool project. Keep your eye on this one, folks!
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