Tony Holmsten’s Video Game Art Is A Final Fantasy

Tony Holmsten’s Video Game Art Is A Final Fantasy
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Tony Holmsten, formerly of Sweden now living in Japan, has been working as a video game artist since 2002 at two of Sweden’s biggest studio’s, Battlefield developers DICE and the now-defunct Grin.

In that time, he’s done concept art, level art, promo art and lighting for games like Battlefield 2142, Bionic Commando and Fortress, the sadly cancelled Final Fantasy spin-off.

Most of the art in this gallery is for that ill-fated game, killed off by publishers Square Enix only six months into development. Say what you will about Grin’s track record in previous titles, the art for the game sure was looking lovely.

You can see more of Tony’s work at his personal site.

Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists.

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