Camelot Unchained Concept Art Revealed

Camelot Unchained: Tuatha De Danann art revealed

 

Lead Artist of CU, Scott Trolan, takes time to show the early concepts and ideas behind the Tuatha De Danann (TDD) race in Camelot Unchained. From Scott's description, the TDD are a strong and majestic race who use their antler-esque horns as a sign of prestige.

The TDD are supposed to be a race that has evolved from a primal and magical beginning. From these early images and footage the TDD feel like a noble and powerful race, similar to the way high elves are commonly depicted. Their armor is opulant and refined, emphasizing their nobility and strength.

To see the video and blog post click here. The video shows the above Tuatha De Danann in glorious 3D animation. He has been crafted with about 12,000 triangles which is the set limit for CU's in-game models.

The art style has a unique appearence, not fully realistic or fully cartoonish. However, do remember these are early models making them subject to change.

In Semi-related news CU has been backed by Obsidian; which just goes to show how much interest Camelot Unchained is garnering.

Peyton "FluidD" Montgomery

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So Pumped for this
# Apr 08 2013 at 5:00 PM Rating: Decent
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Free from the chains of large publishers Mark Jacobs can get back to what he does best. Creating fun rvr-pvp for people. Camelot Unchained looks to be that game.:)

Edited, Apr 8th 2013 7:12pm by Gylnn
Looks great!
# Apr 08 2013 at 5:00 PM Rating: Decent
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I am really digging the early concept art. It has a nice balance of Eastern and Western aesthetics, and looks really good, especially considering the imposed poly count for performance reasons. TDD actually look menacing, not like the helpless elves I almost expected!

Looking forward to this funding, made my pledge!
Fantastic!
# Apr 08 2013 at 4:56 PM Rating: Decent
Camelot Unchained has my full support. After reading the Foundational Principles, I knew this was the game I have been waiting years for.
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