Most of the time on Fine Art I look at new stuff, or at least somewhat contemporary art. Sometimes, though, I like to look a little further back. Today is one of those days, and it's a real treat.

Today we look at the art of Jeffrey Moy, who among other things did concept art for one of my favourite games of all time: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast.


You'll find a ton of pieces from that game in the gallery above, where I've also included work from some of his other, more recent stuff like Activision's time-travelling shooter Singularity, X-Men Origins and X-Men Legends. He also worked on Call of Duty: Black Ops.

What's cool about the stuff I'm posting here is that it's so raw: Moy usually worked on the production side of things, like storyboards and turning the big, colourful concept art into something more practical that 3D modellers and animators could work with.

Moy worked in comics before serving a ten year stint at Raven Software, and he's now dabbling in comic stuff once again. You can check out his personal site here, and his art blog here.


To see the larger pics in all their glory, either click the "expand" icon on the gallery screen or right click and "open link in new tab".

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