Fine Art: The Art Of Alien: Isolation

The Art Of Alien: Isolation

Alien: Isolation is a pretty great game, but aside from the whole terror thing, one of the best things about it is the attention to detail and adherence to the original film's aesthetic. You can thank Creative Assembly's art team for that, as they got access to much of the 1979 movie's creative documents and did a fantastic job bringing that vision into the game.

The pics you see below, mostly from Isolation's pre-production concept art (though there's some marketing stuff here as well) are the work of artists Calum Watt, Bjorn Hurri, Bradley Wright, Stefano Tsai (all of whom have been featured here on Fine Art previously) and the game's AI art team.

If you dig what you see, the game's actually got an art book that was released earlier this month that contains these and around 290 other images.

The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation
The Art Of Alien: Isolation

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Comments

    I am a huge huge fan of video games artbooks and I am so pumped to pick up The Art of Alien: Isolation this Thursday when I pick up The Evil Within. I also have my copy of The Art of Evil Within on its way to me soon.

    What happened to Lambert's hair?

    I have to confess that when I get art books with special editions of video games, I don't tend to pour through them obsessively. They are interesting but the finished product is always the most interesting.

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