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While it's unclear if we'll get the actual powerpoint file, NeoGAF user Deadly Paw has the next best thing: a comprehensive collection of screengrabs from Bungie's presentation. Nice! (Don't forget, you can still re-watch the actual video on GameSpot.)
Looks like the Destiny concept art gallery on Bungie.net has been updated with a handful of new images from the GDC presentation. Adorn your desktop with these beautiful images!
ncsuDuncan wrapped-up Week 2 and kicked-off Week 3 of the DBO Challenge last night. This week's assignment: Choose a piece of Destiny concept art along with a selection of music, then write a short paragraph or poem to help combine the two. There's also a bonus raffle for two lucky participants this week! We already a number of submissions in the forum, and the deadline is next Tuesday at 6:00 pm EDT, so be sure to submit your selections!
This post by Levi is absolutely worth your time if you have any interest at all in how artists work. He's taken his 'Brothers in Arms' piece (we're using it as our Twitter background) and broken down the creation process - how he laid it out, why certain parts look they way they do, that sort of thing. I'm not an artist - but this fascinated me. And it's full of pretty pictures - well, one pretty picture, in a large variety of forms. (I do have one bone to pick with him - he insults what might be the finest-tasting cola in the US, for no good reason. I forgive him, though, because he draws so amazingly well...) Check it out!
Thanks to Black Six for letting us know that Bungie artist Isaac Hannaford has posted more sketches and drawings from the Emerald City Comic Con. While the work isn't specifically Destiny-related, it's always good to see what the artists are channeling through their talented pens and pencils!
calcarlson has created some amazing Destiny-inspired sculptures so far - we mentioned his Fallen sculpt two weeks ago, and his Space Zombie a few days later. He's back, with a new writeup in Bungie's Blog today - this time, his focus is a Warlock. If you love this work as much as I do, you might want to join his new group on Bungie.net - it's called Art and Stuff, and it's for artists and art enthusiasts alike! Awesome stuff.
The site continues to grow, and evolve - just yesterday, we settled on a logo, and today, we launch the first of what will hopefully be a myriad of galleries (artwork, screenshots, fan creations, you name it). This time out, it's material you've seen before - we're putting up our copy of the announce assets. (You may not have seen these SIZES before; Fireteam is nearly 10,000 pixels across in its full glory.) Keep an eye on that new link in the header - we hope to add more content there shortly!
Whoa. TDSpiral stopped in last night with a new piece of fan art - almost a speed painting. (He whipped it together in 5 hours.) It's gorgeous! He also released a Wallpaper version. The cockles of my heart are warm. Maybe it's the subcockle area, actually...
Postmortem noticed a couple of new images created by the same guy who whipped up this piece of Destiny concept art - do these give us an idea about Destiny locations (and an enemy), or are they just personal work by the artist? (Original links are here and here.) You decide! Update: looks like they're just personal work. Bummer! (Thanks, WestCoastRonin.)
calcarlson shared his Space Zombie sculpture on the Bnet forums - for not having many references, I think the sculpt turned out really nice. If you haven't already, be sure to also check out his Fallen sculpture from last week. I can't wait to see what he does next!
Firestream whipped up a movie poster for 'Destiny' - I'm almost sold, but I need to know who's under that Fallen mask.
NeoGAF user ThatsMyTrunks has created some snazzy boxart that you can download and print out for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Destiny. Slip one in a case and see how much trade-in credit you can get at your local Gamestop!
akmigone posted a piano cover of the music from the Destiny Playstation 4 announcement trailer - it's really well done and quite uplifting!
This morning, Polygon posted a short piece on concept artist Joe Cross. The article focuses on his work on Dead Space 3 while at Visceral Games, but also mentions his new job at Bungie creating concept art for Destiny. Sounds like we'll see a lot more Destiny art from Joe in the future, and judging by the Pike above it's going to look great!
Hedge pointed out that Jaime Jones is finally able to take credit for some of the Destiny concept art he's created - keep an eye on his blog!