Fine Art: Play The Cave To See Awesome Art Like This

Fine Art: Play The Cave To See Awesome Art Like This


If you’ve been playing Double Fine’s The Cave — and Tina says you probably should be — you’ll have noticed the lush cave paintings you come across depicting the game’s seven characters.

They’re the work of Daniel Krall, and there’s so much colour you could drown in it.

You can see more of Daniel’s art on his personal blog.

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Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists, showcasing the best of both their professional and personal portfolios.

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      • Mine aren’t clear and I’m not sure why. The start up screens of the SEGA and Double Fine logo are like that too.

        The game defaulted to 1920×1080 (my resolution) and 30hz when it first loaded up which made the whole game look blurry and pixelated but changing it to 60hz fixed the game but the cave paintings and the start up screens are still like that. Oh well! Already finished it twice so I’m done with it for now 🙂

    • My thoughts exactly. They are cool images yes but look like dogs balls in the game. maybe these are cropped screencaps resized or maybe images put out by the dev.? Either way, they arnt enjoyable for the important people playing this adventure game (read as super platformer)

      • Hmm, interesting to hear I’m not the only one having that problem. I’ve talked to others though and they’ve said it looks fine for them.

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