Skywind, part of the Elder Scrolls Renewal project, aims to recreate Morrowind in Skyrim’s engine. It has been in development since 2012 and probably won’t be ready for a while. To help cope with that fact, I look at the team’s progress videos as mere instances of 3D Morrowind fan art. So let’s look at some fan art!
Can’t afford, or don’t have time for an actual cruise? Spend a couple minutes exploring this 1:1 scale recreation of a cruise ship. In Minecraft, of course.
Who needs a vacation to the Carribeans when you can just boot up this lovely Assassin’s Creed Havana map in Minecraft? The majority of people, probably. But hey, it’s still a pretty cool build.
The Cerebro/Cerebra is a device used to locate mutants in the X-Men world. Its Unreal Engine 4 version probably does that, too, plus it looks amazing. A GIF really doesn’t do it justice.
It’s one thing to draw or paint a character you like, and another to model them in high definition—as Nimlot26's version of Éomer (his version of the Karl Urban version of Éomer) shows.
Allll aboard Shy Guy’s Perplex Express. It’s a bit blockier than usual but there’s plenty of sights to see.
Is it exactly like the Columbia from BioShock Infinite? Nope—but that Columbia never had to survive nuclear annihilation and 300 years’ worth of wear and tear. So it’s still rather well off, considering.
Nothing like a burning church inside a giant truck.
Mini nukes sure look a lot more high-tech on the inside.
Chrono Trigger started out with a boy and a girl running into each other at a fair. Only, the fair I remember was way less 3D.
Very serene, up until the point when the spider mech starts shooting boxes of TNT at another mech. But that’s just what Minecraft mechs do.
The above gif progresses as follows: Minecraft 3D art as it’s meant to be viewed, as a 2D-ish render; Minecraft 3D art in-game; Minecraft 3D art in-game, but closer. It’s quite the transformation.
Trevor, Franklin, Lamarr and Michael are here, as the Teletubbies, ready to make your morning gloriously stupid.
The castle hub from Mario 64 got a rather faithful recreation in the form of a Minecraft map.
A nine-week class project carried out by four people, resulting in some cool Metal Gear Solid fanart.
The blocky sushi and blocky salad are both sublime. To enjoy them, all you need is a copy of Minecraft.
This looks way way way better than my castles, which are basically stone blocks with teeth. It’s why I mostly stick to the tried-and-true Crappy Wooden Rectangle™ houses nowadays.
He’s chillin’ in some winter ruins, havin’ a good time.
Oh hey, another wallpaper-worthy Minecraft build.