If you’ve got some experience designing and creating graphical user interfaces for games, Big Fish wants you (or someone like you) to join the team at its Seattle HQ to work on mobile game UI. …
The latest from Pokémon artist RJ Palmer pits Steelix against Onix, and throws in a handful of other Pokémon for good measure.
It's hard to miss Steelix and Onix above, and you will also see Heatran and Haxorus in the foreground. You might, however, miss the Sableyes trying to get involved in the fight.
For more impressive work from Palmer click the links to see Kyogre, Tentacruel, and Omastar, Kyurem, Raikou, Abomasnow, and Mr. Mime, Gyarados and Rayquaza, Lugia and Tyrantrum, Giratina, Feraligatr, and Meganium. RJ Palmer has been creating these impressive realistic Pokémon for quite some time. You can see more of his collection on his blog, as well as his DeviantArt page. He's also collected most of his work into a coffee table book which you can buy here.
The studio behind Titanfall seeks visual effects artists to work on both Titanfall and the studio’s new 3rd-person action-adventure game at its headquarters in Van Nuys, California. …
Artist Petarsaur on DeviantArt has put together a collection imagining how Disney princesses would fare in Fallout's wasteland.
Above and below you will find their take on Snow White, but in the actual gallery, which you can find here, you will also see Rapunzel from Tangled, Alice from Alice in Wonderland, and Ariel from The Little Mermaid. It's definitely two worlds you wouldn't expect to mash-up, but it works pretty well. Disney, you might want to consider an adaptation of Fallout. I'm sure Pixar will let you use all the environments it created for Wall-E.
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Just over three years after Fallout 3 concept artist Adam Adamowicz passed away, Kotaku has today published an earnest post from coworker and friend Jonah Lobe celebrating the artist’s life and work. …
Elder Scrolls Online developer Zenimax Online Studios seeks to hire a senior technical artist to specialize in rigging & animation work at the studio’s headquarters in Hunt Valley, Maryland. …
The latest entry in the Did You Know Gaming video series takes a look at Naughty Dog's Jak & Daxter franchise, and showcases some interesting concept art work.
Along with providing an overview of the series' development, the video also showcases some of the early concept art that eventually lead to Jak and Daxter's final designs. You can check out the video below, which also quotes Naughty Dog's responses as to why it abandoned its attempts at a new entry after beginning work on one after the release of Uncharted 2.
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A classic video game hero can gain a lot of enemies over the course of 28 years. Link’s Blacklist, a Legend of Zelda enemy artwork collective, is celebrating those villains in its annual digital art showcase.
Link’s Blacklist, established in 2012, is a group of over 150 artists that submit original pieces to a collection of artwork specifically focused on adversaries seen throughout the Legend of Zelda franchise. The latest update features the three-headed Staldra, Majora’s Mask antagonist Skull Kid, and Ganon's favorite underlings, the Moblins. An average of 50 pieces of art are collected each year. You can see a partial selection of the collection below.
Link’s Blacklist is part of the larger Game Art HQ, a collective of video game art across numerous game franchises. Last year, Game Art HQ contributed to the PlayStation 20th Anniversary Tribute by producing artwork based on 40 PlayStation titles released between 1995 and 2002.
You can see the existing Link's Blacklist gallery on the Game Art HQ website. The new images for this year will be released later this month.
The makers of The Order: 1886 are after an experienced artist to work on creating concept art alongside the team at Ready At Dawn’s Irvine, CA headquarters. …
The folks responsible for making Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor seek an artist to serve as a character design lead alongside the rest of the team at Monolith’s Kirkland, Washington office. …