Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering

Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering

Eytan Zana is a concept artist who works at Naughty Dog, where he's worked on both the Uncharted series and the studio's latest title, The Last Of Us.

He's also done some Magic: The Gathering art. So chances are if you're reading this site you've seen something he's done in the last five years!

We've briefly shown a few pieces of his before, but today's as good a day as any to give him his own feature!

You can check out more of Eytan's art at his personal site and CGHub page.


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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. If you're in the business and have some concept, environment, promotional or character art you'd like to share, drop us a line!


Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering
Killer Art From Uncharted, The Last Of Us & Magic: The Gathering

Comments

    Amazing work but does anybody else find it strange that in almost every piece there is a figure staring off into the distance. I guess it adds dramatical effect...

      Maybe they're there to provide a sense of scale...

        Wow, never thought about it that way. That makes a whole lot of sense. Thanks m8.

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