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A New Dawn Game Trailer – League of Legends

A new game cinematic for the release of A New Dawn by League of Legends. It’s always a great way to introduce new gameplays and give personalities to new champions. Also, scroll down to see how they made the game cinematic, it’s really fascinating.

A New Dawn Game Trailer - League of Legends

I have to mention that so far I’ve been impressed with every single game trailer these guys have brought out.

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The Division Cinematic Trailer – Tom Clancy

The cinematic trailer for The Division sold me on the game and that’s what a good cinematic trailer should do I guess. It’s strange how in my mind I know that the cinematic isn’t necessarily what the game looks like so I guess it’s more the concept, world and characters that the trailer is portraying that get’s me really psyched to buy the game. Well, anything that’s post apocalyptic where humans need to survive get’s me amped.

The Division Cinematic Trailer - Tom Clancy

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Watch Dogs Cinematic Trailer

If you haven’t noticed it yet we’re gamers…we love gaming, especially when revolutionary games like “Watch Dogs” come out. What we like even more is when companies create game cinematic’s to get everybody psyched up about the game. The character models and textures look great, the lighting and world settings for the release of the game also fit in perfectly.

Watch Dogs Cinematic Trailer - Pixelsmithstudios

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Michael Rauwerdink CG Artist For Snailboy

Michael Rauwerdink is a Computer Graphics artist from Cape Town we’ve recently met on twitter and after having a chat he mentioned that he worked on a indie puzzle platform game, Snailboy, as the CG artist. He generally loves anything CG animated related so it was right up his alley. Be sure to check out the Snailboy character animation and skin texture video in this article.

Michael Rauwerdink CG Artist - Snailboy

As always guys we love featuring your work so please send them our way via Twitter or our contact form!

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