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Steve Meister on the Fallout concept art

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Steve Meister on the Fallout concept art

Game News - posted by Vault Dweller on Thu 24 May 2007, 00:00:43

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Fallout 3

There are many discussions about the recently released Fallout concept art. Before you continue to draw all kinda conclusions, you might want to read this (from NMA):

< MSFD > didn't take the Fallout fans long to find the source photo Craig Mullins used for that concept art
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< MSFD > yeah
< MSFD > they even identified which carrier it was
< MSFD > it's funny because people are extrapolating all sorts of stuff from that identification, as though it has anything to do with the actual game...
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< MSFD > nah, it was in Florida for a while but they sunk it in the Gulf to make an artificial reef
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< MSFD > anyway all we did was ask "Hey Craig Mullins, make a painting of a carrier that's run aground on a river bank in a ruined city" (or something to that effect)
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< MSFD > nah, he's freelance
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< MSFD > he's done stuff for a ton of games
< MSFD > incl. Halo
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< MSFD > he did some stuff for Star Trek for us, too
< MSFD > once the teaser countown is finished you will have seen the entirety of the work he did for Fallout
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< MSFD > anyway we have an in-house concept artist who's done hundreds & hundreds of drawings & sketches & such for all the Fallout stuff
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< MSFD > haven't shown any of that"
Hope that helps.

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