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twistedmetal shared a piece of Destiny fan art titled Spider Tank Battle, it depicts a group of Gaurdians fighting against the Cabal and some, you guessed it, Spider Tanks. He's looking for some community feedback - I don't really have any comments other than how amazing it is (I wish I could draw.) Check it out!
Biwald shared his Titan character design with us - he based his design on Greek armor and Destiny concepts. The result speaks for itself. Check it out!
Forge artist Aerostrike 04 put together a sculpture of a Fallen Captain using Halo 4's Forge palette. It looks like something straight out of a Michael Bay movie! You can find a few more shots in his File Share over at Waypoint. (Thanks for the heads-up, Greenskull.)
petetheduck put together a self-portrait - of what might be, once Destiny comes out. It rocks.
One of the things I love the most about the early days of a new videogame is the way the fans daydream about what's coming. I stumbled across this sketch on Reddit recently and was struck by the media, the style... one can almost imagine the artist sitting in class, near the end of the school year, dreaming of what will be. Wonderful!
The Bungie twitter highlighted a new piece of incredible Destiny fan art from threesided. There's more where that came from - go check out the 'Art and Stuff' art contest thread for more awesomeness.
Cal Carlson let us know that the 'Art and Stuff' group on Bungie.net is hosting another contest - you must create an original piece of art depicting what you want your Destiny character to look like. Winners will be adorned with awesome swag from Bungie themselves! The deadline is May 21st, so dip your paint brushes (or turn on your digital drawing tablet) and start creating!
TD Spiral gave us a peek at this amazing piece from the handful of fan art he made for Laird's charity auction. While this image didn't quite make it into the auction, it's still very impressive! (Full size.)
Well, not really, but Axelrod vK mapped out what he thinks the last remaining city on Earth will look like. By using a map of Puerto Princesa and in-game/concept reference shots from Destiny he was able to map out key points of interestÂ such as the Traveler and the Tower in relation to the surrounding geography. Neat!
A few days ago, a member of the Polycount forum decided to start modeling one of the Hunters we've seen as concept art - it looks like watching the WIP thread might be fun. Go see!
The official Twitter account for Destiny (and matching Facebook page) recently posted the above piece of concept art. We first saw it during the GDC presentation, but this cropped version doesn't suffer from the blurriness of a screengrab.
Legends are not remembered by the great deeds they perform, but by the bravery it took to achieve them.
What dangers await us in these eroding ruins? (Thanks, Xenos.)
The Destiny twitter feed posted that the Destiny fan art gallery is now complete - go check out all the awesome community art. Nice!
According to a Bungie tweet, submissions are now posted from the Earth Day Artist's Challenge we mentioned last week. The album is posted on Bungie's Facebook page, but it doesn't look like you need a Facebook account to view the pieces themselves. Go check it out and see how your fellow Guardians are planning to defend our home turf!
The official Destiny fan page on Facebook has posted a small gallery of Fan Art; the five pieces cover a wide variety of styles. (Hopefully you recognize the fourth image - it's the one Levi created for our DBO twitter account background!)
Conscars just finished a piece of Destiny fan art titled "Enemy Territory" - I think he captured the "Mythic Science Fiction" aspect pretty well. Be sure to also check out his first piece of Destiny fan art (I absolutely love this piece.) Very impressive work, especially for someone with no formal art training. Go check it out!
343 Industries' concept artist, Sparth, shared some incredible Destiny inspired art - it's a very interesting take on The Traveler. I hope he shares some more Destiny inspired pieces!
We missed it on Monday, but Bungie tweeted about an Earth Day-inspired "artist challenge" that they have going on right now:
#EarthDay Artist Challenge! Draw your Guardian defending Earth. Submit art by 4/29/13 to Destinycommunity@activision.com #Destiny
â€“ Destiny The Game (@DestinyTheGame) April 22, 2013
And in case you're looking for some inspiration (for the challenge or otherwise), be sure to check out this beautiful
new previously-seen concept art that was tweeted today:
Enjoy, then go get those paint brushes warmed-up!
This week's Community Focus at Bungie.net shines the spotlight on threesided, who has been treating the community to gorgeous Destiny-themed artwork for the last couple of months (and making waves in the process). Inspiring!
Hylebos noticed something different about the article picture for the Destiny Character Development article - it's sporting a new Hunter character class screenshot. DeeJ was able to confirm that the screenshot was in fact different and kindly provided a wallpaper version for your greedy needs. Neat!
For the one month anniversary of the Art and Stuff group on Bungie.net, cal carlson decided to break out his digital wand and bring the landscape of Venus to life - I wouldn't mind going on a trek of Venus.
We mentioned threesided last week, when we highlighted his piece called 'The Exchange' - if you visit the speedpaint thread on Bungie.net, you'll find a whole bunch of new work from him. Really inspiring!
threesided presented the Bnet forums with a work of art titled, The Exchange - threesided even included the "Blue Gold" from the GDC Destiny concept art. It's amazing how one static image can tell so much story. Feast your eyes!
Firestream released his entry for the recently announced Destiny art challenge - it's Destiny re-imagined as an SNES game!
Last week at GDC, Gamespot had a (very) brief chat with Joe Staten on what he drew inspiration from while building Destiny's worlds. Longer-form narrative? Sounds great!