Morrowind Ordinator by isugi
We’re nearing summer which means we’re going to be seeing more and move coverage of conventions and expos! We saw great cosplay at PAX East, and with San Diego Comic Con, Dragon Con, and PAX Prime only a few months away, we expect to see even more. If you need some inspiration or that last push to dress in your finest Dwarven Armor, or put the finishing touches on your Boxman
mask box you’ve been working on… we’ve got you covered here! We have some of what’s been seen at PAX East, WonderCon, and other cons and expos so far this year!
Dressed to impress? Send them over to us on Facebook, Twitter #BethesdARt or email them to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The parallels between the world of Tamriel and Westeros has not gone unnoticed. Brady Wold’s viral ‘Thrones’
is a perfect combination of the opening theme
of “Game of Thrones” with the familiar cities of Skyrim.
Check out the album below to see the most up-to-date fan artwork! Don’t forget, you can send your photos, models, mods, illustrations, or any of your works to email@example.com or @BethBlog on Twitter with #BethesdArt.
Costumes, sketches, models, and mods! These are just a few things we’ve collected to share going into your weekend.
Send your photos, models, mods, illustrations, or any of your works to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a look at what you guys have been up to in the art world. We have illustrations and cosplay to suit all fan art needs. Here are some highlights from the past few weeks. Keep ‘em comin’!
And as always, we encourage you to send your artwork to email@example.com
The internet is a wonderful and creative oasis (when looking in the right places). We are feeling inspired by all the artwork we’ve seen or that’s been shared with us and decided to post it to share with everyone! Thank you to all the imaginative minds that designed the illustrations below.
Creative Edge Studios with Valentine Cosplay
We encourage you to send your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day week, there’s a 2K/Bethesda love-fest with today’s release two new bundles — Dishonored/Borderlands 2 & Skyrim/Bioshock Infinite. Both bundles for these award-winning games are available in North America on both Xbox 360 & PS3 for $29.99. That’s right around the cost of a dozen chocolate-covered strawberries and sure to last much longer!
Be a sweetie and order the bundles below…
- Dishonored/Borderlands 2 – PS3 or 360
- Skyrim/Bioshock Infinite – PS3 or 360
It looks like Borderlands’ Claptrap has a crush on us. Intrigued by the idea of receiving dub step-based love songs and receiving an invite to his very exclusive birthday/pizza party, we accept his proposal to package Dishonored & Borderlands 2 together. And for good fun, let’s do a Skyrim & BioShock Infinite bundle, too!
Both bundles will be available in North America for $29.99 on Tuesday, February 11th on Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3.
Every year Classic FM hosts the largest poll for fans of classical music. For the last two years, Jeremy Soule has worked his way up the list making a tremendous jump from being ranked #238 on 2012′s Hall of Fame to #5 on the 2013 Hall of Fame!
If you’re a fan of The Elder Scrolls (or just beautiful music), lend your support and vote for Jeremy Soule on Classic FM’s Hall of Fame 2014. For those of you who prefer music that reminds you of exploring the Capital Wasteland or sneaking around Dunwall , vote to get Inon Zur on the list for the score of Fallout 3 or Daniel Licht for the music of Dishonored.
All you need to do is head on over to Classic FM’s Hall of Fame and follow their directions to cast your vote. And for updates, follow the Get Video Games Music into the Classic FM Hall of Fame Facebook page. Voting ends in February, so help show your support for your favorite games.
Need a refresher before voting? All of our scores and soundtracks are available digitally on iTunes!
As the end of the year draws near, more and more lists and countdowns are starting to sweep the internet. With the advent of new consoles and the opportunity for new titles, we take a look at some of the praise last generation titles received.
Crowning glory comes from Examiner.com who granted Skyrim the coveted title of “Game of the Generation”. This was the first of several “Best of a Generation” mentions we received in 2013. Kotaku included Skyrim as a Game that defined “last gen”, while Hardcore Gamer honored multiple Bethesda titles in their Top 100 Games of the Generation, including: Oblivion, Dishonored, Fallout: New Vegas, Skyrim, and Fallout 3.
And where there are last-gen countdowns, one should expect next-gen (err… current gen?) countdowns. In such a list, Gameranx listed Wolfenstein The New Order as one of the Top 10 games to look forward to in 2014.
Elsewhere in the land of the lists, something about the bitter-cold temperatures in Skyrim gave inspiration for Winter weather countdowns. Shortlist mentions the frigid temperatures found atop the Throat of the World in their list, while IGN celebrates Skyrim for being the perfect seasonal game. As you ready for the holidays, curl up in a blanket, drink some hot chocolate, and give Skyrim a revisit during your winter break.
Visit Russian artist SapeginM92′s deviantART page to check out his 10-page Dishonored comic which incredibly recreates Corvo’s escape from Coldridge Prison. Elsewhere on his page, check out additional tributes to Dishonored and The Elder Scrolls.