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Project Eternity Kickstarter Update #68: New Art

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Project Eternity Kickstarter Update #68: New Art

Game News - posted by Crooked Bee on Wed 27 November 2013, 22:11:32

Tags: Brandon Adler; Obsidian Entertainment; Pillars of Eternity

Bad news: Project Eternity backer portal launch is delayed until after Thanksgiving. Good news: there's been a new art update in the meantime. Here it is:

Areas

Last week on the forums Sensuki, Tagomika, and coffeetable brought up questions about areas we were outsourcing. I figured it would be better to show you the areas instead of talking about them. Take a look.

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A shrine to the goddess of the hunt. (Click to enlarge.)

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A drake skeleton amid thick overgrowth. (Click to enlarge.)

Both of these images come from the same wilderness area. While this area appears thick with foliage now, it was previously the site to horrific fires caused by drakes. Large swaths of ground were burned and only now has the land started to recover.

Concepts

Kaz and Polina have been hard at work getting concepts prepared for our current milestone and the next.

Polina has been focusing on creating the look and feel for our next big city - Twin Elms. Twin Elms is a unique mixture of ruined architecture from an ancient civilization with a layer of Viking-inspired Glanfathan buildings built into it.

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Glanfathan buildings built into ancient ruins.

So I take it the second city is more like a village, right? ; )

To read the update in full, click here.

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