Published November 15, 2012
About me , Game Fan Art
Tags: Art, bioshock, comics, contest, Diaries of a Gamer, digital art, fan art, fanart, Gamersdigart, games, gears of war, gears of war 2, halo, Halo 3, Halo Reach, illustrations, left 4 dead, Ramel Hill, Resident Evil, resident evil 4, Sony, Team Fortress 2, Video Game Art, Video Game fan art, Video game systems, Video Games, videogame art, xbox 360, xbox360
I know it’s been a while… what, like two years or so… but that is how life goes sometimes… I don’t have time for playing games like I used to… but I want to get back into doing more interviews with artist in the industry and posting about some great games soon…
I have been more an artist who digs games lately… but believe me I am still a gamer who digs art at heart.
Here are some samples of the works I have done in the game area… as you can see there has been a big progression over the time.
This was my first digital piece done back in 2009 trying my hand with some fan art…
A sketch from Blue Dragon that I need to color…again done in 2009
Some sketch work from Team Fortress
Ryu from street fighter
A sketch of a jackal from Halo series
Crack Down vs Infamous digital illustration
Mega man digi painting
Big Daddy sketch
Master Chief lite
Chris Redfield vs the infected from Left 4 dead
Little Sister from BioShock
Gravity Hammer Grunt
Kratos vs Link Sketch
Bayonetta digital illustration
Blanka and Sloth break Dance
The flood Tank Form
Marvel Kombat colored by vic55b
The year 2010 is coming to a close and we have had some stellar games released this year. I can’t really say if it was better than 2009, but it sure wasn’t worse.
January of 2010 started off with some major releases right after the holidays, which makes sense since there are a lot of gamers walking around with Christmas money and gift cards.
There is no correct way to describe Bayonetta. The music is like no other game on the market. The action is non stop and the combat is as intense as in any game you ever played. I will admit, as for the story I was lost….lost lost lost as in Jack on the Island…yet I still played and continued to play because it was fun and looked cool. It’s real cheap right now (20-30 bucks u.s.d.) and a great game to add to your collection.
Darksiders made its debut in the gaming world and came with a nice mix of Zelda and God of War series. The game had it’s moments of fun, frustration, repetition, and then became fun again for me near the end. The art direction of the game (headed by Joe Mad ) was fantastic. The story started off pretty good with a nice epic battle between Heaven, Hell, and Earth but the next 10 hours were kinda dry. Mark Hamill’s character was kinda of annoying, fast forward to the last 4 hours of the game and the heat is on again. If there was a way to keep the excitement of the first 2 hours and the last 4 hours of the game it would have scored higher for me…but overall if you got nothing on your gaming queue check it out!
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Published August 27, 2010
Tags: GannonDorf, halo, halo 2, Halo 3, Halo odst, Halo reach fan art, Halo Reach Free!, Master Chief, Reach, Skirmisher, xbox 360
Halo Reach is coming soon and all you have to do is sign up and leave a comment on the site here!
How much do you like the Halo universe? How much do you like playing Halo 3? What if I told you and three friends could win your own copies of Halo Reach here at Gamersdigart.com It is very possible and easy to do. Starting August 13th, 2010 there will be a Halo 3 4 vs 4 tournament here on the site.
There is a will be a small registration fee of $5.00 USD. The tournament will be open of anyone who can participate. There is no age limit on this battle… but kids have your parents pay the fee (don’t swipe their card without them knowing about it!)
This is a great chance for you and your friends to put your team work and skill to the test. We have given away multiple games here on the site, but this is the first time we are offering a contest that is not art related.
For registration details click here!
Published May 16, 2010
Tags: cliff, Cliff Bleszinski, Cliffy B, dom, gears of ar, gears of war 2, gears of war 3, locust, marcus, xbox 360
It is known by many as the game that defined the third person shooter for this generation of gamers. There are many games that have spawned based on the cover system but none hold the popularity as the Gears of War franchise.
The first game introduced us the world of Sera. More importantly it introduced us to the Locust. A deadly force that has attacked mankind not from the skies, but from underneath their very feet. The game was a smash to play through. The cover system (new for 2006) was fun to play and battle in, the enemies were tough as nails and the experience was very memorable. It was kinda on the short side, but the multi-player was plenty of fun.
In 2008 Gears of War 2 hit. It was an instant classic here! Epic took all the things that were great in Gears 1 and gave it the ‘ol sequel steroid shot of bigger action, better graphics, and more game play. The campaign made the first one look like a walk in the park. It introduced a new enemy type to the game…a sort of flood like third army type. The game finished with a whole lot of death on the human’s side and the Locust’s side. The main attraction of this sequel turned out to be the Horde mode. It was truly a “bonding” experience as players were forced to fight together or die alone.
In less than a year, Gears of War 3 will be upon us all. Many of the core elements in the story have changed drastically from the first two titles. The first game was COG VS Locust. The second game was COG VS Locust as well along with “who the hell are these discolored locust” mixed in. Both titles were heavily militarized. In the third title the Military might of the Cog has been broken with the sinking of Jacinto. A major new game play mode will be a new 4 player campaign mode and a new arcade mode.
The Locust Horde has seen it’s own set backs as well. There is an emergence of the Lambent. Imulsion is having a bad affect on the Locust introduced us to the Lambent in the second game. Now in the third title we get to see the evolution of these creatures. As they attack and become more of a threat don’t think the Locust are gone forever. Think Halo Series with the triple fighting going on between Humans, Covenant, and the Flood.
The third title is easily going to be Microsoft’s Big hit of 2011. It will represent 360’s first trilogy to start and finish on the system. It will represent the the graphical and technical leaps from 2006-2011 and will represent what the 360 can do as a system. The Gears franchise has always set the bar for what this generation of games can accomplish. Set your calendars for Tuesday April 5, 2011, it’s gonna be one hell of a ride!
more Gears coverage here!
Games are classified as great for many different reasons. Some are good because the graphics engine used is the new industry standard (Uncharted 2) others are good because of what they do for a genre (Mass Effect 2) while some are great because they let you play with friends (Halo Series). Left 4 Dead is a great series because it takes 2 things gamers love and combines them…co-op gameplay with Zombie killing!
Even on paper the game sounds like a recipe for for success. The game relies heavily on cooperative action. Let a zombie killing player get too cocky and stray from the group he will become zombie fodder for a smoker. The enemies of the game can attack you if they get the slip on you, and unlike most games, there is no offensive attack you can personally do to get them off you…you will need the aid of your mates.
The sequel was equally as fun with new characters and new challenges. So what’s better than 2 awesome titles that includes 2 sets of four memorable characters? Crafting a story that lets all the characters overlap in a story called the passing. This will be a DLC that have the characters from the first game meet the characters from the second game…then there will be a second DLC for the first game that explains how they all meet.
Full article here.
Published August 8, 2009
Tags: dreno, dreno360, gamers, Gamersdigart, infamous, Kalel, kalel06, kratos, Nelson, Nelson Polanco, Playstation, Ramel, Ramel Hill, Sony, sony on the ropes, sony playstation 3, xbox 360, xbox 360 vs PS3
Sometimes it’s hard to believe how the once and mighty have fallen. How a powerful system slayer of the Playstation brand, could garnish so much criticism. Originally released in 1994 the PSX (PLAYSTATION) took the world by storm. It offered an alternative to the cartridge based game format and showed the world SONY as a leader of new technologies. (Sounds familiar…blu-ray) The idea of having a game console that could play music cd’s as well seems trivial by today’s standards…but it was new in 1994.
Full article here.