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.
This is not a screenshot. It is not a piece of two dimensional fan art. This is a fan-modded Optimus Prime action figure. Seriously. »
Last week, the Bob Ross Twitch marathon ended with a peculiar twist: a ‘Stay Tuned’ countdown. Now we know why: Bob Ross isn’t actually going away! Congrats, #KEEPBOB supporters.
Hellblade, Ninja Theory’s upcoming action game that explores mental illness, wants a protagonist that looks as believable as possible. This means two things, as far as the developers are concerned: nailing the protagonist’s expressions so they look human, and giving the character a body with realistic proportions. »
A nine-week class project carried out by four people, resulting in some cool Metal Gear Solid fanart. »
Artist Scott Park managed to do the incredible: he drew nearly all the identifiable spaceships and vehicles and animals used in the original Star Wars trilogy and laid them out in one awesome poster you can buy. There’s basically everything you love and know here: the Millennium Falcon, both Death Stars, TIE Fighters,… »
Passing some time before their November 10 trip to Boston, chiptune artists 8 Bit Weapon put together a art project to pay tribute to the upcoming sequel—a demo for Fallout ‘84 running on an Apple IIc. »
Fallout 4’s concept art looks hot. Take a peek at some of the stuff you’ll see in the official Fallout 4 art book here. »