“Picked a bad time to get lost friend” by Sheketai
The latest fan art we’ve seen throughout the last two weeks has been rounded up and placed here for your convenience!
Also available (in case you missed it), we’ve got an interview with digital sculptor and Dishonored fan, James Cain available here.
Remember to send your artwork of any sorts to us using hashtag #BethesdArt or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Valentine’s Day and have a great weekend!
James Cain’s 3D digital sculpts have been around the tumblr-verse showing off his talent in capturing Dishonored’s most memorable characters.
After Samuel made a surprise appearance at Arkane Austin, we thought it would be nice to get to know James and his craft a little more.
Read on to learn about James, digital artwork, and his love for Dishonored.
First things first, how are you doing today?
I’m writing this on a really lazy Sunday evening, so I’m doing good.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Sculpting, this is my hobby. Books (I’m in the middle of Phillip K Dick’s ’The Man in the High Tower’) and swimming.
Your work is incredible! How did you get in to digital sculpting?
Thanks! I first started looking into sculpting a couple of years ago now, I have a traditional arts degree but I’d become slightly jaded with drawing and wanted to try something different. I got hold of a copy of Zbrush and haven’t look back since!
What’s the hardest part of the process in completing a sculpt to your quality?
The thing I personally struggle the most with is knowing when to stop, call it a day and move on with a particular piece. I’m quite a perfectionist and I always want to best the last thing I’ve done, although I know from past experience that this won’t happen most of the time. There is always that voice in the back of my head saying “this would be much better if you spent a few more hours on it…”. Continue reading full article ›
Dishonored is all about choices. Choices like pacifism versus all-out chaos!
We’re taking Daud over for our Bethesda TwitchWorks this Friday at 4pm Eastern. Join us on Twitch.TV/Bethesda as we sit as an angel and a devil on Daud’s shoulder in The Knife of Dunwall DLC.
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Pain Elemental speed paint by 915retsamdrows
DOOM and Skyrim take over dominate fan art as we head into the weekend. Featured above, check out 915retsamdrows’s speed paint of your everyman’s Pain Elemental. We continue with fan creations of some of Skyrim’s more sinister characters — including Alduin and Miraak.
Feed our appetite for your artwork by sending an email to email@example.com or by getting our attention on social with #BethesdArt. We look forward to hearing from you! Until then… have a great weekend!
Mini Partners by secondbesthero
Here’s the week’s findings for imaginative artwork. This time we’ve got a pretty good variety ranging from DOOM to The Evil Within and everything in between. Take a look in our gallery below to see which one’s your favorite.
We love seeing whatever you have to offer when it comes to fan art for our titles. Send it our way by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by posting to social media using the hashtag #BethesdArt.
Have a great weekend!
“It’s Christmas in Skyrim” mod by Jijjy
There’s a chill in the air going into the holidays this year. That means its time for us to warm up by the fire and spend time with family and friends. We wish everyone a safe and wonderful holiday season as we head to 2015.
Happy Holidays everyone and a Happy New Year!
Back in August we teased the Dishonored: The Dunwall Archives book from Dark Horse. The 184-paged hard cover tome features every piece of in-game text and artwork (some of which has never been seen before) from the game collected for your convenience. Discover – or rediscover all there is to know in the world of Dishonored.
The Dunwall Archives is now available at store.bethsoft.com or your favorite book retailer.
Created by Technically Magic Effects
Cakes, colors, and costumes – we’ve got them all here. We’ve scoured the internet near and far to collect and share all of the incredible arts we’ve seen over the past few weeks.
You can share your creativity with us by using hashtag #BethesdArt or by sending us an email to email@example.com.
It just wouldn’t be a Halloween post if we didn’t have the annual sharing of office costumes
. Take a look at the great outfits from our both Rockville HQ and id’s office in Dallas!
Have you gutted your orange globe yet and carved it up? We’ve been seeing some wonderful jack-o-lanterns this Halloween season ranging from Skyrim to Dishonored to The Evil Within. Send us your costumes, artwork and orange scary squash and we’ll add them to the post.
Happy Halloween… have a great weekend!
Tomorrow we’re getting getting into the spirit (and perhaps costumes, too) for a Halloween edition of Bethesda Twitchworks — with plenty of tricks and treats (read: cool swag) to give away!
To kick off our Halloween party, we’ll start by mingling with vampires and werewolves in Skyrim’s first add-on, Dawnguard. Moving on from that, we will hobnob in Dishonored with the most prestigious resident of Dunwall at the annual masquerade party held at the Boyle Mansion.
We descend from elegance to grotesque as we check on our favorite ghouls residing in the Capital Wasteland’s Dunwich Building & and the blood-covered bosses from The Evil Within.
Tune in for our spooktacular Halloween feature this Friday (10/31) at 4pm EDT on Twitch.TV/Bethesda.