Game Art From Star Wars, Command & Conquer, Star Wars & More

Thomas A. Szakolczay is a video game concept artist. With twelve years experience across some of the biggest franchises in the business, if you can't tell me you've played a game he's worked on, you're probably lying.

He's been employed by the likes of Activision, Capcom, Epic, EA, Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Warner Bros., Lucasarts and Namco Bandai. For those clients he's worked on games and series like Gears of War, Call of Duty, The Force Unleashed, Unreal Tournament, Command & Conquer and even Ghostbusters.

So, yes,this is going to be good.

You can see more of Thomas' art at his personal site.

Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists. If you're in the business and have some concept, environment or character art you'd like to share, drop us a line!

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    When I look at these pictures, i feel both amazed and unworthy in comparison to the skill of these artists. Where do you find these pics? I want to ask some advice of the people who make them *pretty please*

      There's a personal website included at the top of the article (and there usually is, for all these stories) - I'm sure you could find out more information or contact the artists there.

    Is it just me or is something odd with the way pictures are displaying on Kotaku recently, a lot of them seem to be cut off...?

    Those are really good, I love seeing the design process and concept art.

      i have the same problem... usually you can click on them to open them... but that doesn't work either

    'Game Art From Star Wars, Command & Conquer, Star Wars & More'

    Star Wars is mentioned twice there.

      .....

      That's the joke buddy. Stick around the internet a little bit longer and you'll see it crop up elsewhere.

      If only you could have inserted a complaint about Ashcroft in there while you were at it.

      I thought they designed it that way.

    Yeah these would be amazing if I could see the whole images.

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