Wondering how Fallout 3 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) looked before it got off the drawing board? Bethesda Softworks artist Adam Adamowicz set up a dev diary narrating his experience creating the concept art of the game. Long literary aside, he also posted some artwork, available for viewing over in the full article.
While a Fallout 3 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) demo is nowhere in sight, that doesn’t mean we can’t get a preview on how the game looks before launch day. Over at the game’s official site, concept artist Adam Adamowicz set up a dev diary narrating how he covered the mountains of artwork needed for Fallout 3.
Along with his post, Adamowicz also showed a few lovely illustrations, depicting how some of Fallout‘s visuals just might look in the final build. It’s funny how grotesque and gorgeous can be used simultaneously to describe the works.
We certainly hope the devs decide to keep as much of these as is – they look like they’ll fit right into the post-apocalyptic vision that the Fallout franchise has always treated the fans to. We’ll be posting Adamowicz’s concept art here, but you’ll also want to catch up on his dev diary via the source link below.
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