“Doom guy invasion” by DeviantArtist, tacihon
Get a glimpse at what incredible art you may have been missing around the internet. We’ve got some fun and intense illustrations and animations from DOOM, Fallout: New Vegas, and The Evil Within.
Send us some of yours with hash tag #BethesdArt or by sending us a formal email (just kidding, it can just be a normal email) to email@example.com.
Have a wonderful weekend!
“Jingle Jangle Jingle” by Benjamin Olive
Mayan-influenced Alduin’s Wall by Audrey
We’ve rounded up some of the best artwork and cosplay we’ve seen throughout the week. There’s a bit of variety to satisfy all your gaming needs as we’ve seen incredible works from Skyrim, Morrowind, DOOM, and Fallout: New Vegas!
You can pass along your favorite photos, inkworks, costumes, and customizations by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the #BethesdArt hashtag. Have a great weekend!
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.
Hope you have some spare bottlecaps to satisfy that Nuka Cola craving. Head on over to the Bethesda Store to find a vast array of apparel and barware celebrating your favorite post-nuclear beverage.
Silence by DeviantArtist, GreenDelle
As the weather gets cooler and the convention season dies down, we look to those with crafty hands to create works of art during the colder months. This week we’re showing off artwork we’ve seen from Fallout New Vegas, The Evil Within, and Dishonored.
If you’ve got anything, anything at all you’d like us to share on the Bethesda Blog, send our way! You can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or use #BethesdArt on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and we’ll find you.
Have a great weekend!
Ulysses by DeviantArtist, Penett
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 email@example.com.
We love filling up our album below with your incredible artwork!
DeviantArtist, Corroder666 recreates The Evil Within’s The Keeper
Jesters, and Assassins, and Couriers! Oh my! Here’s the creativity round up to last you until next week. Keep them coming by putting up #BethesdART on your social media preference. If email is more your style: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a good weekend!
Courtesy of crabwithglasses on Tumblr
Alftand by DeviantArtist, Tellur123
Here is where reality melts into fantasy. More of your amazing cosplay and artwork featuring a flame atronach, an NCR ranger, and illustrations of your favorite DOOM creatures. Check out the album below to see them all.
If you can do it better send us your artwork! Email us at email@example.com or tweeting to @BethBlog (add #BethesdArt to make it easy on us).
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.
We have the pleasure of meeting up with Otellino (Thomas David Mitchell) and CNC (Christopher Newton-Clare) to discuss their Fallout: New Vegas mod, “For the Enclave!” Not only does the mod add The Enclave as a joinable faction, but it also consists of several main and side quests as well as random encounters. The attention to detail makes “For the Enclave” a worthy addition to the New Vegas Wasteland.
When not working on mods, Otellino is a student at Abertay University in Dundee (Scotland) to study Game Design and Production Management. CNC hails from Southwest England where he is in IT Support and Care Work. They took the time to give us a breakdown of the hardwork and rewarding experience that went in to making such an expansive mod.
What encouraged you to become involved in creating a mod for Fallout: New Vegas?
Otellino: I’ve enjoyed modding games for quite a while, but I found Fallout’s setting to be fantastic. I love its retro-yet-sci fi setting. It accommodates all sorts of different mod ideas and is just all-around fun and interesting.
CNC: I loved the game with its rich lore and detail to it. Fallout has become my favorite series thanks to New Vegas.
What about the lore involving the Enclave inspired you to include them in New Vegas?
Otellino: I honestly find the Enclave very interesting. The idea of a shadow government and remnant of America’s military is something that I loved and had to build on. Even though the Enclave Oil Rig was destroyed in Fallout 2, the existence of Raven Rock in Fallout 3 served as a basis that other Enclave outposts may exist, and so the mod hopefully blend in well with the game’s setting.
CNC: Many people find it interesting and cool to effectively play as the “bad guys”. They have been in Fallout 2 and 3 ,while in 3 you can help them out you still couldn’t be with them. Plus, after seeing the original Enclave power armor brought back a mod had to be made (after I stopped kissing and hugging the monitor of course).
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