Fine Art: So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.

So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.

Not, like, beautiful beautiful. This is a pants on kind of beautiful we're talking about here. But there's something about the way these Ubisoft artists paint them alongside tropical hillsides (or under tropical seas) that's just the best.

The art we're featuring today comes from two sources, both of whom we've featured here previously. One is Donglu Yu, the other is Raphael Lacoste, who's the art director for the entire Assassin's Creed franchise.

If you like what you see here, there's more of Raphael's art on his personal site and his CGHub gallery, while Donglu's is available on her CGHub page and blog (thanks CAW!).

DONGLU YU

So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.

RAPHAEL LACOSTE

So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.
So What If I Think Pirate Ships Are Beautiful. Shut Up.

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


Comments

    Beautiful drawings, I've got to say - but that boat in that swamp (the last picture).... a tad bit unrealistic. The water is obviously very shallow, and the way the boat is just sort of lightly sitting on top of the surface is a bit unrealistic. I don't think you could take a boat that large into a swamp.

      It could have come in at high tide, and we're now seeing it at low tide... or they could have removed all the cannon and shells from her, that'd lighten her up considerably.

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