From one of the greatest minds behind Skyrim, Fallout, and Marvel Anatomy…

comes a big adventure comic about a little skeleton!

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Jonah Lobe, an artist whose visionary work has delighted and mesmerized over 115 million people worldwide. Jonah has gifted our human race with the endearing and unforgettable, such as the Skyrim giants and the masks of the Dragon Priests, as well as the terrifying and UNFORGIVABLE, like the deathclaws and bloodbugs of Fallout 4. This time, Jonah is leaning toward the charming and inspiring in his new project Quiet: Level One. In the words of the artist, this project is “an epic fantasy about a mute little skeleton who must defeat a rampaging barbarian before he can cut down the Tree of Worlds. The story is cute, whimsical, scary and fun.” Check out the link in the image source to get a peek at the project, and of course give him a follow on Quiet Level One Instagram, to get the latest updates.

Province of Skyrim map illustration by Noctua Cartography.

Click the link to get your own non-watermarked copy of this amazing map and see more maps from other fandoms!

It’s my first point of research

When it comes to relaxing and recreational time wasting, I only care about one thing. If the game doesn’t have shitters, what’s the point? This scribble I did looks hellacious but I did this during a Zoom meeting and you get what you get. Adapted from the striking film poster for There Will Be Blood, art by the exceptional Ayse Deniz (hover to see the original image).

Fantasy Art Cosplay, wearable art and phography prints by Archer Inventive.

Happy New Year from Gaming Thrones!

Life is uncertain! May 2021 bring us more content than ever before, let gaming shitters overflow!! Please look forward to our Blue Bowl 2020 award and the Bucket Brigadier of the Year, uploading soon!

2001: A Space Odyssey Concept Art

“If you saw Stanley Kubrick’s classic motion picture 2001: A Space Odyssey, chances are you were attracted to it by posters featuring the paintings of Robert McCall. His vision of the wheel-shaped space station and of space-suited astronauts on the Moon have adorned movie theaters and art museums around the world.”

DOOM Eternal trailer artwork.

Skyrim Alchemy Ingredient: Bee

Here is an art doll that I made, using stitched glass beads, lacquered paper, copper wire, Alpaca fibre, and embroidered linen.

Part I of the multi-part series, “Famous Toilet Episodes:” Uesugi Kenshin!

Here is a man considered one of the most powerful daimyo of the Sengoku period, Uesugi Kenshin, whom many believed to be an avatar of Buddha. When he became a Buddhist monk, he changed his name to Kenshin. After a life of discipline, at age 48, it is heavily implied, through historic accounts, that Kenshin was assassinated by a ninja in the toilet in his own camp.

Game of Thrones character pixel art by Charlie_pl.

The Iron Throne, the way George R.R. Martin intended it.

While [Martin] acknowledges that the HBO version has become “iconic,” and is perhaps more realistic, “It’s still not right. It’s not the Iron Throne I see when I’m working on The Winds of Winter. It’s not the Iron Throne I want my readers to see. The way the throne is described in the books… HUGE, hulking, black and twisted, with the steep iron stairs in front, the high seat from which the king looks DOWN on everyone in the court… my throne is a hunched beast looming over the throne room, ugly and asymmetric.”

This is a figurine I made of Skyrim’s Ancestor Moth. It’s stitched glass beads, embroidery, and felt with copper findings.