Project Cars looks unbelievable! I’ve never seen a game look that realistic before! Some of those shots
Cuphead- They released another trailer for the beautiful Cuphead, I’ve been looking forward to this game since I first saw it a year ago =)
No Man’s Sky- The scope of this game looks insane! So beautiful! How does a game look THIS good and all be proceedrally generated (meaning every planet is made randomly and uniquely so no two planets are the same, ever)?!
Assassins Creed- How do they have so many people in the crowd?!
The Division- Looks pretty crazy!
Ori And The Blind Forest- Even prettier!
I posted about the upcoming game Rustclad a year ago as it is an interesting take on the development process of a game. Everything in the game is physically made/sculpted using traditional techniques. Then these models are scanned into a computer and placed into the game engine to create the world.
The game looks like it is coming on well and I look forward to seeing the final thing.
Check out the Rustclad website for more information.
I really enjoyed this abstract homage to the development of video game graphics using just a simple cube. There were some great references in there from the original cube of Pong, the iconic Mario ‘?’ box and Fez, as well as some of my favourite games such as Unfinished Swan.
Check out the original article over on Kotaku.
There is a really interesting blog which documents foliage from a variety of games in various art styles.
Check out more images over on Tumblr.
Here is the Kotaku article that let me to this blog.
What a clever and interesting video!
These amazing pieces of concept art are from Arnaud Valette. There are some stunningly realistic images here and some inspirational ideas as well.
Check out Valette’s website to see more of his stunning work.
Here is the original the Kotaku article.
I really like the style of this low-poly art from Steph Caskenette, it gives it a really interesting paper look.
Check out more of Caskenette’s low-poly work over on their Behance page.