Original NPC sketches - Angel of Darkness*
Original NPC sketches - Angel of Darkness*
Ah AOD. The game that aspired to be much more than it could handle. I still enjoy it nonetheless. I kind of wish games today would stop trying to focus so much on realism, and develop their own art-style. Like these sketches show.
Jesus, must have taken them awhile! I don't have the patience to finish a project this large.
"There are so many mysteries that I once dismissed as mere stories, but the line between our myths and truth are fragile and blurry."
Canopic coffinette from the tomb of Tuntankhamun.
Camilla not so great at miming . I'm thinking Lara would drop her bow if she used it like that.
““Revealed for the first time at this year’s New York Comic Con was the fact that the game supports an overworld that connects all the tombs together. There’s a central hub where players can restock on ammunition, pick a tomb, and head towards it. If you’re unsure where to go, using the staff will cause various statues to point the way for you. The overworld map looks pretty expansive, and the developers promise that more tombs will be added to it as future DLC is released.””
- ShackNews Preview: “Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Hands-on: Guns, Gods, and Puzzle Solving”
Official forums exclusive dev Q&A session #19 - Eidos Forums:Official forums exclusive dev Q&A session #19 Lara Croft and the Temple of OsirisGot a question about Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris? Sound off on our official forums! Session ends November 3.*
Tomb Raider: Legend*character sketches*
Tune in at 12:00 GMT tomorrow for an hour stream of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, played live from MCM Expo!*
Let's Play Lara Croft and The Temple of Osiris:Recorded live on October 25 at 4:05am.In case you missed it this weekend, tune into the live MCM demo of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris above!
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And here is my (97%) finished recurve bow from Tomb Raider 2013!Wonderful craftsmanship! Can’t wait to see the whole costume!
The Wilbour Plaque. Egypt,*Amarna Period, ca. 1352-1336*B.C.E. or slightly later.
The Wilbour Plaque is named for the early American Egyptologist Charles Edwin Wilbour (1833–1896), who acquired it in Egypt in 1881. The small slab is not part of a larger scene but complete as it was made. It was intended as a sculptor’s model, to be studied and imitated by students and beginning artists. With the hole at the top, it could be hung on a workshop wall. On the left is the head of a king, most probably a representation of Akhenaten, who wears the baglike khat headdress with a royal uraeus. Opposite him is the head of a queen wearing the ovoid cap crown often worn by Nefertiti, also with a uraeus. Both heads have ear holes for earrings. The carving is a splendid example of the elegant royal style that developed toward the end of the Amarna Period. (brooklyn)Courtesy of & currently located at the Brooklyn Museum, USA. Via their online collections:*16.48.
I 10 giocatori tipo di Tomb Raider | Il Blog di Allgame - Final Fantasy e Tomb Raider:Abbiamo provato ad immaginare una lista dei 10 giocatori tipo di Tomb Raider. In quale categoria vi riconoscete maggiormente?Community Blog: The Ten Types of Tomb Raiders
Here’s a fun blog for our Italian fans! Marco of official fansite Allgamestaff broke down his thoughts on the different ways fans tackle Tomb Raider. Who do you identify with most?*
Brenoch Adams Art
"…Which Man deemed old two thousand years ago,
Match me such a marvel save in Eastern climate,
A rose-red city half as old as Time.”
-Section from John William Burgon’s “Petra,” Newdigate Prize poem, 1840.
The Theatre of Petra, Jordan.*
Deep within Jordan’s desert, situated between the Dead Sea and the Red Sea, lies the hidden city of Petra, one of the ancient world’s greatest marvels. This*Nabataean caravan-city has been inhabited since prehistory, and was an extremely important crossroads between*Syria-Phoenicia, Egypt,*and Arabia.
Petra’s temples, dwellings, and monuments were for hundreds of years the centre of a*splendid civilization. Surrounded by mountains, the city is half-built, half-carved into the rock. Certainly one of the most famous archaeological sites of the world, here ancient Eastern traditions blend with*Hellenistic architecture.
The Theatre of Petra is carved at the*foot of the High Place of Sacrifice during the reign of King Aretas IV (4 BC-AD 27). Seven stairways ascend the auditorium, and it consists of three rows of seats, which have been separated by passageways. The Theatre is able to accommodate about 4000 spectators. It has undergone several successive alterations and enlargements, the Romans, for example, rebuilt the back wall and stage. This would have been a hugely important building for the city, as it was likely used for both public meetings and plays. The back and stage were once richly decorated with columns, as well as imported marble statues in the Roman period.
Photos taken by*Guillermo Vale &*Dennis Jarvis.
It’s*transferring*powerTomb Raider (2013)
Thor’s temple and hammer in Tomb Raider: Underworld*