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Yeah, it's Sunday, so this is a little late... but hey, it's art! Mankitten let us know that he put this together while thinking about the road ahead... nice work!
The crew here has been pretty lax over the holidays - but maybe it's time to get back to work? We'll see. In the meantime, there have been a few interesting art-related posts recently; here's a quick recap:
Today's Twitch stream (11am PST/2pm EST) highlights Bungie artists Jesse van Dijk, Joseph Cross, and Adrian Majkrzak, who are responsible for much of the great artwork in Destiny. Give the stream a watch, and then go check out each of their excellent works, or discuss on the forum!
Okay, we're not reddit, and we don't really do AMAs, but Marty's a rebel, and he does what he wants. If you swing by our forum today, Saturday, April 9th, at around 4pm PDT, you'll find this guy hanging out, answering questions. About anything. (That's what the second A is in AMA, after all.) Ask him about Myth music, Oni music, Halo music, Destiny music, Golem music... or go wild! Ask him about stuff that's not even music! Prepare your questions... and then be here later this afternoon!
Straight from Bungie's Creations page, Cozmo has singled out Kob One's artwork for this week's excellent Community Focus. Kob One comes off as a real down-to-earth Guardian who understands the Titan struggle, so check out his thoughts and artwork!
And, by the way, have a happy New Year on us!
Destiny is showing up in the weirdest of places these days, as Luke Timmins of Bungie pointed out on Twitter.
Oryx (er... C.G. Barrett, Bungie's Creative Director and maker of pretty things) brought attention to Ryan DeMita, another artist at Bungie, and his blog which has a new post on The Taken King. Go take a gander at some concepts, art for the special editions, and some of the frames done for the new animatics featured in the game.
It's time to check back in on CraftingGeek (who we've mentioned numerous times here before) and see the goodies that she's been making. Her Twitter is always full of these projects, but you can also read a new blogpost on how to make your own Titan cross-stitch!
-INSANEdrive wrote an all-encompassing, short novella regarding his thoughts of the first year of Destiny on our forum.
-Leviathan drew a Pretra
If you're reading and finding yourself with some of your own fanart, whether it be visual, musical, and beyond, feel free drop us a line or post in the forum. We'd love to see more!
DeeJ enjoyed the Community's reaction (and creations) after the Foundries were shared last week, so he decided to share a LOT more art with us. Nineteen of Bungie's incredibly talented artists' online portfolios were posted to show the awesome work they've done (and are doing) for Destiny's design. Go take a look!
We mentioned this beautifully-rendered digital comic a while back. Here's an update of the pages Jake has published since. Click the image to go to the full page. Great stuff!
Yes, it is just as amazing as that title suggests. Discovered through Hedge's Twitter curation, Exotic Watermelon Exo is both beautiful and hilarious, not to mention an excellent piece of fanart by artist Jake Myler (@Lazsummerstone). I hope there's many more!
B.org's very own Hedgem0ny gets the spotlight in the latest Community Focus feature over on Bungie.net. Hedge has been busy finding and retweeting Destiny-themed artwork over on Twitter (not to mention making some of his own!) since before the game shipped last Fall, and DeeJ grills him for the details about "community art curation." Go check out the interview! (Thanks, bluerunner).
The Bungie Store is currently taking pre-orders for a special edition Nepal Aid T-Shirt. The shirt costs $24.99 and you’ll receive a custom in-game shader and emblem. 100% of the profits will be donated to charities involved with relief efforts in Nepal. The last day to order one of these t-shirts is May 24th and they will start shipping in early June. Help support those in need!
Badass Gaming put together a trailer for 'Competitive Race Mode' - I'm loving it. Watch the trailer!
Korny dropped in with a fantastic idea - a new Exotic Quest, involving some interesting ideas about changes to the questing procedure, and ending up with a pretty amazing-looking weapon. Go read it - I sort of wish there were ways for fan ideas to be integrated into the future of Destiny!
Our own Beorn created a pretty slick wallpaper for iPhones (5 and 6) - swing by his post to grab a copy for your own lock screen! (I'm torn; I'm still using the fantastic b.org-specific screen created by petetheduck a couple of years ago... but hey, I can always rotate, right?)
Let's catch up on a few fan creations this morning - it was a busy week last week. First up, Mid7night printed out some of his designs in metal (we mentioned them last year when he first whipped them up) - they look fantastic! Consider snagging one for yourself! (Links are in his forum post.)
Our ol' pal Hedge pointed out that Sid Moye, environment artist at Bungie, has updated his ArtStation portfolio with his work on Cabal environments, with a great shot of the foundational materials used to build much of the Cabal interiors as seen below:
There's also some intriguing views of his work on the Moon!