There’s certainly no “free Willy” in TheWhaleOilKing’s perfectly constructed Lego Whaling Trawler above. From plastic to painting, we show off some of this week’s incredible artwork spanning multiple titles including Fallout New Vegas, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and more Dishonored. Then we have some cosplay coming from DeviantArt and San Diego Comic Con.
Check out the album below to see what talent we’ve found inspiring. We dont’ want to stop now! Send us your work (whatever it may be*) by emailing email@example.com, or by social media (#BethesdArt).
*By “whatever it may be” we mean nothing graphic. Keep it SFW.
Representing the most elite of thieves, Gaming Heads brings us the Nightingale statue. Celebrate your allegiance to the Daedric Prince, Nocturnal and the Thieves Guild by garnishing your collection. The Nightingale stands at an impressive 16 inches tall and is available in a numbered standard edition or a limited exclusive edition that comes with an illuminated base that reflects a water current underneath his feet.
Beat the heat with the VBotM shirt, Solar Powered. Soaking up the sun in this shirt not only give you two additional points to your strength, but also enables the ink to glow! Snag one at store.bethsoft.com before its gone!
Admittedly, Gstaff and I aren’t MMO experts, so what better way to trial and error than with your help? We are open to suggestions about every aspect of the path our character will take including race, gender, play style… well, you get the idea.
In addition to our Tamriel venture, we will be featuring developer commentary from Jens Matthies and Jerk Gustafsson during their playthrough of their game, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Get inside knowledge from the mouths of the devs themselves as they play Chapter 1 (and much more successfully than we did last time).
During the stream, we will give you a few opportunities to win some cool things including a signed PlayStation 4 copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order. Tune in to Twitch.tv/Bethesda this Friday at 4pm EDT to make sure you don’t miss all the fun!
Signing off into the weekend, we bring you works from Fallout: New Vegas, Skyrim inked, and some Evil Within. Send us your artwork by using #BethesdArt on social media, or be directly emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love filling up our album below with your incredible artwork!
As we draw nearer to “The Evil Within’s” release date (October 14 in North America, October 17th in Europe), we’re giving you a closer look at the names and faces of Tango Gameworks — the developers behind Shinji Mikami’s return to survival horror. These videos come from a recent trip to Tango’s office located in Tokyo, Japan.
Announced today at QuakeCon, we’re ready to bring Shinji’s Mikami’s latest adventure to your darkly-lit living room a week early.
On October 14th in North America, October 16th in AUS/NZ, and October 17th for Europe, The Evil Within will launch on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.
To help you through Shinji’s return to survival horror, don’t forget that pre-ordering the game means you’ll have access to the Fighting Chance Pack — full of weapons and resources that will prove useful in your playthrough. Trust us… you’ll want every bit of help you can get.
We’ll be relaying more news and updates on The Evil Within as we get closer to launch. Stay informed by following the game on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr.
Much more on the soft side than the scaley side, Gaming Heads introduces the new Guar plush from The Elder Scrolls Online. These Morrowind natives can now dwell in your house and be a fun enhancement to your Tamriel experience. Speaking of which–this little guy enables you to get the item code for your very own in-game Guar pet!
Nothing stands out in an art piece more than someone’s face missing! That may not be entirely true as we see plenty of amazing artwork and cosplay complete with faces, but we certainly were paying attention to the DOOM piece Brock Hofer sent to us above.
See more faceful and faceless imagery below as we feature plenty of amazing art pieces from Dishonored, Skyrim, and DOOM. If you have some art of your own, send it to us to share using #BethesdArt on Twitter and Instagram or to email@example.com.