Super Street Fighter Mashup by Logan Zawacki
As part of tonight’s (12/14) The Games Art And Music Charity Show in Jacksonville, FL, Logan and several other local artists will be showcasing their best combos with art dedicated to the fighting genre and raising money for Child’s Play Charity, an organization that donates video games to children staying in hospitals. Pressing A to kick your buddy’s ass while also helping sick kids sounds like a worthy cause to me.
“Stuff I learned from Video Games” by Chris G (aka paperbeatscissors on DeviantArt)
Our parents might have kept telling us that video games are violent and although that is true, one particular artist has a different opinion. Artist Chris G. (also known as paperbeatsscissors) created a collection of video-game inspired illustrations that gave the gaming geek a life lesson and surprisingly they are very true if you recall playing these video games.
Games like Mario, Pokemon, Sonic, etc and though we never thought Mario the Italian plumber had a moral lesson to teach us, he apparently does. Anyway, onto the actual illustrations, all I can say is that they are drop down gorgeous, very simple and ridiculously cute, I almost like them more than the originals and that does not come easy.
Each of the characters has a great resemblance of the original but has a different art style one which I wish I could do the same. For more interesting art from Chris, check out his DeviantART gallery.
Mega Boss Battles: Star Wars
Created by Ty Lettau
Prints available at Society6
—WARNING: Challenger Approaching! - The Third “Thirdie”—
Yeah, Classic Mega Man. Don’t judge me.
These moves, and his victory fanfare are all I can say[show] about him.
I couldn’t think of any possible side+special or Final Smash, any thoughts?
Hope you liked it. I’m possibly gonna do something like that again sometime.
NOTE: I’m not guessing the roster of next Smash Bros., I’m just showing how my dream roster would be like.
Nintendo Color Silhouettes
Created by Michael Myers/drawsgood
Dammit Mega Man I can’t hear your games awesome music over your damn charging sound.
Fort Awesome Studios took a large group of their favorite gaming characters and illustrated them over vintage book pages. You can grab up 5” x 7” prints at their online Etsy store. Certain pieces are available in discounted sets.