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.
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.
The stockings have been hung and the lights are all out at the office. The Panzerhund is curled up on his platform while the Brotherhood of Steel keeps an eye on the premises. The Dovahkiin gets into a snowball fight with Boxman thus becoming Snowvahkiin. Just a normal holiday break when the team is away.
We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday as we go from Christmas into New Years. Here’s some festive art from us and the community. Happy Holidays!
Sent over earlier today by a co-worker, check out Alfred Khamidullin’s Abbey Road-inspired tribute to Tamriel.
Granny Rags by mr-zlobsky on DeviantArt
What is it about “idle hands”? We’ve been receiving some stunning Dishonored fan art over the past few weeks.
Recently on Vine, Arkane’s Harvey Smith received a video showing off a functional switchblade sword that Corvo would be jealous of.
See more after the break…
by Jérémy Romand
It’s been some time, but we have updated our Fan Art section of the blog. Take a look at some of the pieces fans have sent us.
In addition to the great fan art for Wolfenstein (spotted on the game’s Facebook page), we also have fan art for Fallout, Elder Scrolls, and Dishonored. Special shoutout to Maya Brisa for her various Cicero contributions.
Have something of your own you’d like to show off? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love seeing what you guys can come up with.