Tuesday, November 1, 2011

TESV:Skyrim - Art of Skyrim video montage

If you hadn't seen it here's a video that was put together of concept art juxtaposed with in game assets to show how the final product comes to life. This is a mixture of mine and Adam Adamowicz's concept art. There is a tremendous amount of work that happens in between these steps that requires teams of artists and coders to make happen. Without them, these would just be drawings. They're the ones who really bring it to life. Music is from the Skyrim soundtrack by Jeremy Soule.





9 comments:

Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

You guys did an amazing job!

MandrilL said...

Fantastic work!

genericrog said...

Awesome and inspiring work! Our mutual friend Justin, sent me a link to your work. The Fallout 3 shishkebab is my all time favorite melee weapon, amd I'm glad I finally found the person who created that twisted weapon. =) I haven't played Skyrim yet, but after seeing your videos, I definitely will! I hope you'll post more work soon. Cheers, Rog

Rayford said...

Thanks everyone:) @genericrog: thanks so much for the kind words and I certainly loved the shiska-sword as much as you. However I was not an employee of BSG at the time FO3 was being developed! That was the work of the ingenious Adam Adamowicz. Thanks anyway, and come to think of it I should just go ahead and take credit for it anyway...:)

Benjamin. said...

Great work!
Do you post on here ever between game releases?

Virginia said...

A wonderful job, and a delight for those of us who love art and fantasy. Thanks for your work Mr. Lederer ^^.

Rayford said...

Not as much as I like. Between work and raising young kids it's hard to find time for personal projects. I have quite a few I've begun and still touch from time to time but it's getting increasingly difficult to make that time available. I'll try to post more stuff this year. Thanks:)

Rayford said...

Thank you Virginia!

Benjamin. said...

Oh, do they usually keep most of the game art a secret at this point?

Anyhow, hope to see whatever else it is you make soon.