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If the first two rounds of Destiny fan art from invsmchn weren't enough for you, we now have a third! Head over to the artist's personal gallery for the full-resolution portrait of this Fallen Captain.
Edge has posted a fascinating interview with Bungie composer
MartyTheElder Martin O'Donnell, and though the focus of the article is Paul McCartney's involvement with Destiny, Marty offers some very interesting insights into the future of the game's soundtrack:
Iâ€™m hoping thereâ€™s enough substance there that as Destiny develops into the future we can keep adapting that score, arranging and growing new themes that are the germs of ideas right now in the suite. Thatâ€™s the general plan right now. It allowed us to do a purely musical approach that can be adapted over the next number of years.
The two pieces of fan art you see above come from the folks at Destiny Dispatch, who just launched a new fan site and accompanying podcast. If you like the art style, keep an eye out for more - it sounds like this is only the first wave!
Looks like Marty will be traveling across the pond to attend Game Music Connect in London on September 9th! He'll be on the panel of speakers for two sessions: "Soundcard to Symphony" and "Music Machine." Early bird registration for the event is open now. (Thanks, Xenos.)
Dustin Gagner (known on Bungie.net as Javelin) is back with another gorgeous render of the Hunter model we've mentioned previously, and this time we're treated to a gritty desktop wallpaper. (Full size: 1920x1200) Be sure to stop by Javelin's Bungie.net thread to express your admiration!
In the last Mail Sack, Bungie challenged its fans to envision their greatest fear and fill a Destiny game space with it. The finalists are now up for your perusal - look 'em over, and vote for your favorite! (The winning entry will earn its creator a free shirt... so pick wisely!)
We missed this when it was first posted a few weeks ago, but I wanted to highlight this excellent piece of Warlock fan art created by Zukai, a talented artist from the Art & Stuff group (and the subject of a recent Community Focus). You can see the full image in this thread over on Bungie.net. Nice robes!
As we mentioned last week, the Video Games Live concert being held at San Diego Comic Con last night was livestreamed on Twitch.TV - and if you missed it, it's been archived. The Destiny section begins around 3:16:30 - Marty O'Donnell and Mike Salvatori were on hand to talk to the audience, sing some jingles, and conduct the live Destiny piece performed by the orchestra. Go watch! (There's a thread on our forum that was started last night to discuss the event, if you have any comments.) Update: marmot 1333 pointed out that the Destiny content has already been extracted from the Twitch archive and uploaded to YouTube. Might be easier to watch, though the entire concert is worth your time!
Looking for a new wallpaper? Smyf has you covered with this gallery of classy images created by combining various pieces of official Destiny media. There are some fantastic desktops here, so be sure to check 'em out!
Hedge made this really cool comic book cover featuring a Hive character. Unfortunately for Hedge, he used our logo without permission - you'll be hearing from our lawyers shortly.
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences has posted a very brief interview with Bungie artist Jaime Jones, whose piece "Back from the Wild" was included in the "2013 Into the Pixel" collection. Go read about his influences and advice!
Dezarath whipped up an Exo Titan for Bungie Day - go check it out!
We've been woefully behind on Destiny fan art coverage (our gallery has been in the works for literally MONTHS), but there are a couple that showed up recently that you should take a look at. Over at Bungie.net, Progo (who goes by Chrysoskies on DeviantART), pointed out his Destiny Devil Walker - pretty interesting style! While on our very own forum, Biwald unveiled his image, 'The Guardians' - inspired by a Jaime Jones concept piece, it's a really slick interpretation of a hunting Guardian! Check 'em both out.
Our own Leviathan created an image that may not have started as a Destiny piece... but last night it evolved into one. (A separate version fits perfectly into his completely unrelated but making-me-drool Mayflower project - go check out the potential cover art in his DBO forum post.)
evvyart is creating a game-focused tattoo sleeve - and guess what just got finished? (Thanks, Bungie. I'd say 'Thanks, Halcylon', but his Facebook post, though earlier, was not public.)
Bungie artist Ryan DeMita scored a spotlight at Kotaku today - swing by to see some awesome Destiny art (along with Reach art). There are also links to his personal site and his CGHub page, if you want to continue to explore. Nice! Thanks, INSANEdrive.
Bungie.net user Beau Lamb created this amazing piece of Destiny-inspired fan art that depicts the Dredd-like deadliness of a dual-wielding Titan. Head over to his blog to see the full image and a get a glimpse at how this idea started with just a rough initial sketch.
Do the snippets of Destiny music from the E3 demos leave you hungry for more? Looks like the main course is on the way, according to Marty's tease:
Music of the Spheres: A symphonic and choral suite in eight movements composed by Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori, and Paul McCartney. Coming Soon.
Marty says it'll be fifty minutes long! Once again, all together now: "Are we there yet?" (Thanks for the head-up, Ragashingo.)
When Hedge is excited, the birds fly lighter, the tides rise higher, the chocolate tastes sweeter, the kiss lasts longer, the love grows stronger. When Hedge is excited, we are excited.
MrFish86 created a custom Destiny/Bungie themed Xbox 360 controller - he based much of the design on some Cabal reference shots. Looks pretty slick!
The finalists for the Art and Stuff contest have been announced. Now it's up to the community to vote for their favorite piece of Destiny fan art. Congrats to the finalists - great work! Be sure to also check out all of the community art that was submitted.