Friday Fanart: Aldu-ing it Right

Video courtesy of Roberto Blake
 

We’re coming out of a busy convention weekend featuring PAX Prime, DragonCon, and FanExpo, and that means lots of creative and wonderful cosplay.

Taking the lead in all cosplays would have to be the incredible Skyrim work done by Sedulous Studios for DragonCon. They created a full size Alduin to complement the rest of the their Skyrim troupe (See video blog above).

Artistry also takes over and invades our offices! Nia Watkins was kind enough to send Harvey and co at Arkane a handmade Outsider. He now sits proudly in the lobby welcoming all that enter Arkane Lyon.

See all the new artwork, stitches, suits of armor, and more in our gallery below. See yours next time by sending bethblog@bethsoft.com an email or by using #BethesdArt when you post on your channels.

Friday Fan Art: Constructed Whaler?

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 bethblog@bethsoft.com, or by social media (#BethesdArt).

*By “whatever it may be” we mean nothing graphic. Keep it SFW.

Fanart Friday: Faceoff!

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 bethblog@bethsoft.com.

Fanart Friday: Illustrated to Impress

Shared from Mohammad Fikree on Twitter

This week’s fanart is heavily influenced by The Evil Within, with many illustrations showing off gory creativity. With the game’s release happening in October, we’re excited to see what else you got! Make sure to check out the album below to see some more of our favorites from The Evil Within, as well as Skyrim and Fallout 3.

Unimpressed? Share your designs, costumes, tattoos, and sculptures with us! #BethesdArt on Twitter and Instagram or send your creations to bethblog@bethsoft.com.

Friday Fan Art

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 bethblog@bethsoft.com or tweeting to @BethBlog (add #BethesdArt to make it easy on us).

Friday Fan Art

Panzerhund Papercraft by Chentzilla

Here’s what we’ve seen around the the web. Have some inspiration to complete that dragon painting or add the touching finishes to that Wolfenstein cosplay you’ve been working on.

Send us your ink, etchings, and outfits by emailing us at bethblog@bethsoft.com or tweeting to @BethBlog (add #BethesdArt for extra flair).

Friday FanArt: Gear Up!

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: bethblog@bethsoft.com.

 

Fantastical Feats: Throned Edition

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 bethblog@bethsoft.com or @BethBlog on Twitter with #BethesdArt.