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September 1st, 2009 #133Registered User
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If it wasn't for the beautiful art of guild wars, I would not have play it.
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September 2nd, 2009 #134
Stunning art. Amasing design and colors. Thanks for this inspiration. Loved your works all the time.
Don`t give up!
September 2nd, 2009 #135
the artwork is awesome... compliments!!!
September 2nd, 2009 #136
wow, never thought I would see game are on par with the new blizzard stuff but seems I was wrong! the pure artistic vision of this will make me get the game. sensational!! :o
September 2nd, 2009 #137
wow...and I thought the art for GW 1 was mindblowing, it seems you guys have gotten even better, GW2 is looking incredible!!
Ill buy any products you guys release...especially the art book, Im totally sold to the art shown here.
September 2nd, 2009 #138Registered User
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Here's a bit of stuff I did...
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.
-T. S. Eliot
ArenaNet Artists' Sketch Blog
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September 2nd, 2009 #139
Holy smokes I cannot wait for this book.
The Art Department (blog)
September 2nd, 2009 #140
i LOVE it when you make stuff like that Matt! All those honeycomb-like organic patterns, you did some landscapes like that for the other games as well, right?
September 3rd, 2009 #141
September 3rd, 2009 #142
September 3rd, 2009 #143
Looking at these images brings back the thrill I had as a child when first looking at The Art of the Empire Strikes Back in the early eighties. I wanted to sit in that bookstore studying the book all day, and hoped my parents would never take me away to our next shopping destination. It's inspiring to see the different directions a design could have gone in, and especially so when the subject is science fiction or fantasy (or the hybrid between the two that the Asura represent). Great work M.C. Barrett!