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Greatest Game Art Ever
There's a bit of a focus on oil paintings in this week's installment of Greatest Game Art Ever. Get ready to see some of gaming's favorite sons and daughters in ways you've never seen them before, at least aesthetically.
This week's offerings in the Greatest Game Art ever feature a hodge-podge of roleplaying game favorites and Nintendo stars as you've never seen them before. There's also a smattering of gaming's best ninjas and even some love for a few indie titles you might have heard of, like Journey and To The Moon. If you haven't played either, then go ahead and remedy that so you'll be able to understand what inspired these artists.
In this installment of the Greatest Game Art Ever (This Week), we've got a number of pieces from some of the latest releases. As you can see up there, we've found an awesome bit of fan art starring Malthael, the Big Bad in the first expansion for Diablo 3, called Reaper of Souls. There's also some love for Delsin, the protagonist of Infamous 2: Second Son and some fan-favorite Pokemon. It's amazing how fast artists can turn a new or upcoming release into a work of art, fueled by their excitement. View the gallery below to appreciate these new pieces.
We're not sure if you're ready to see a bunch of great fan art based on some of your favorite roe-playing games and recent hits, but that's what we're exploring today in the Greatest Game Art Ever (This Week). There's a bit of Diablo 3 fan art in order to celebrate the expansion being released soon, a bit of Golden Sun timelessness and even an almost pixie-like version of Juliet Starling from Lollipop Chainsaw. Take a look at the gallery below!
This week, we take a look at some fan art pieces created by artists who love both the classics and games that have yet to be released. It's great when just the excitement for an imminent game prompts one to delve deep into their imagination and pay tribute to something they're looking forward to playing. And since we're going nuts for Titanfall, you better believe there's some Titanfall action going on somewhere on this page. Peep the gallery below!
In this week's Greatest Game Art Ever, we explore an equal mix of gaming's classic heroes as well as a few from the more modern pantheon. You might find some character that were forgotten for a while but now have been given new life thanks to artists who just happened to be fans. So even though a game might fall into obscurity, it can always live on through the magic of fan art.
For every video game out there, a myriad of fan art is created to honor it. Once again, the time has come for us to honor those who have taken it upon themselves to pay tribute to their favorite video games with art. This week, we've got quite a few examples of The Legend of Zelda art, so be prepared to see Triforces all over this page. Spot some of your favorite villains as well, presented in ways you've never seen.
Feast your eyes on the newest examples of the Greatest Game Art Ever, here to give you something aesthetically pleasant to appreciate. If tributes are your thing, then you'll love some of the pieces we've got in store for you today. For example, there's some fan art for Pokemon that almost brings the world of pocket monsters to life even more than the games or animated show do. See which pieces are your favorite by looking through the gallery below.
Have you not had your fill of eyecandy for the week? Good, because the Greatest Game Art Ever is here to make your minds explode with the delicious melding of video games and art.