The other day Blake Griffin went up to a Zoltar machine and wished he could be RAGE’s creative director. That or Tim Willits just lost a bet.
To celebrate the release of Brink, members of both the Security and Resistance reached a 24-hour truce to celebrate the game’s release.
Hope everyone’s enjoying their Friday night. Before some relaxing, I thought I’d share the latest fan art contributions sent to us. Some really fantastic stuff — including our first fan art for RAGE!
Regarding our fan art section, please pardon our dust. We’re in the process of moving everything to the Bethesda Blog Flickr page. There you’ll find three album sets: Latest Fan Art, Elder Scrolls Fan Art, and Fallout Fan Art. As we get more contributions for our other titles (RAGE, Brink, etc.), we’ll create new albums.
If you’d like to share your work, email us at email@example.com. Likewise, if you see your contributions on the Flickr page already, feel free to send us updated information for the image(s). With the Flickr page, we’re now able to put titles and descriptions in for each piece.
Just added a few more pieces to the fan art section of the blog – including this Skyrim-inspired piece from Richard Falla.
If you’ve got fan art to share — be sure to email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to creations inspired by Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, we’d love to get some contributions for our upcoming games (Brink, Hunted), as well as well as games from id Software (Wolfenstein, RAGE, QUAKE, and DOOM).
This morning I received emails from members, moderators, and even Todd Howard himself about this Skyrim announcement trailer tribute.
For those that haven’t caught it already (it’s already got over 500K views in a week), check out WaysideCreations fan flick, Fallout: Nuka Break.
Great work, guys!
Cute isn’t usually the word that comes to mind when I think of Fallout*. And definitely not when I think of Lily from New Vegas. Yet that’s the first thing that comes to mind when I look at this cartoon-styled Mojave Wasteland map. Thanks to sandyklep for sending it to our Bethesda Twitter account. We shared the map with the team at Obsidian and they were really impressed.
If you’ve got a fan creation to share, feel free to send it to us on Twitter, or just shoot us an email at email@example.com