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Custom-made Portal shelf art, spied by reader martinf1 via Bob’s House of Video Games.
Provided of course that your summer days involve hardened killers, big guns and chicks on poles. Ahh, how I recall my youth, wasting away many a lazy afternoon carrying out ruthless vendettas against those who had done me wrong, squeezing the life out of them by any and every means necessary. This really takes me [...]
In: Gaming News6 Aug 2010
We’ve an entire internet’s worth images from Deus Ex: Human Revolution for you – a heady mix of screens and concept art, which we’ve posted below. All the images in this article are clickable for larger versions. Go browse, it’s got some serious cyberpunk prettiness going on. Also, some brown. Finally, check back later today [...]
I won’t pretend to know much about the toy/figurine scene other than what I catch briefly over at Tomopop, but I think that even with my limited background in the field I can comfortably say that this Celsius Aran figure by Dave Quiles is amazing. Collectors of such things, can we agree on this? The [...]
We’re hard-pressed to call a book full of concept art for Alien Breed: Impact created by clearly talented artists “kinda nasty,” but, well, part of it features images of gross bugs and stuff. More to the point: gross alien bug things.
If you’re into …
Master Chief…all Victorian like. More »
LeChuck is a classic villain. He has a singular and grandiose focus, always has a sinister plan to achieve his ends and repeatedly opens himself up to being defeated by a bumbling loser with luck on their side. It doesn’t get anymore basic than that. And yet, he has a style and flair all his [...]
Says Alex Varanese of his stop-motion animated shoot’em’up: I’d like to think I’m the first person to be inspired by Michel Gondry and R-Type on the same project. And I’ll be damned if it’s not dying for a collaboration with Crayon Physics creator Petri Purho. the art of alex varanese – my desk is 8-bit [...]
Do you like art? Do you like videogames? Do you like the art created in the production of videogames? Would you like to see George Wendt in a movie about beans? I can help you with the first three. This Saturday, the Gnomon Gallery will be opening a show of concept pieces from God of [...]
Simon Cottee (who we last saw creating something wonderful via Sleep is Death) has filmed a short documentary which delves into the world of pixels and pixel art. It features interviews with a number of indie developers, including SiD’s Jason Rohrer. The main argument is that while some developers try to give gamers a sense [...]