We do not understand when we’re going to get main brand-new Elden Ring information, nor do we understand when we’ll lastly get a brand-new trailer, however a minimum of we have something to “ooh” and “aah” over with some brand-new principle art. One artist connected to the extremely prepared for video game just recently shared some brand-new Elden Ring principle art, though it was removed a day later on.
The artist in concern is Gabriel Bjork Stiernstrom, who shared a lots of brand-new Elden Ring principle art for excited players to feast their eyes on. The listed below images were shared by Twitter user @Okami13_ from the artist’s main site where they published a totally brand-new gallery:
The artist included an extra note onto the Reddit thread following their choice to erase the initial images, stating:
I seem like I require to compose a disclaimer for you so that you have a much better understanding of what it is I am sharing. I dealt with the ‘E3 2019 Announcement Trailer’ of Elden Ring and these keyframes and ideas are just a selection of the work I did for the trailer because I’d like to share some of the work that I am proud of. I have not worked on the game itself.
Digic Pictures was responsible for a part of the E3 Announcement Trailer, the part with the figure hammering in the darkness. This was my first project at Digic Pictures and I made these ideas two years ago, back in January 2019. I had no idea what I was working on; the only information I knew was that FromSoftware was the client. I first learned about the project and the title when everyone else did at the E3 reveal. So I hope that explains how little I actually know about the game.
Now regarding the concepts I am sharing. Most of these were made for internal discussion at Digic Pictures between the Art Director, Director, Producer, and Leads. When they were happy with something they would then share those concepts with the client. In the end, FromSoftware would more or less provide us with most of the concept art in any case.
They added that people can take the art however they wish, the decision to share wasn’t about “insider knowledge” or hinting at a new trailer. Instead, they simply wanted to share a few of their work that contributed to the expose trailer. This isn’t indicative of any sort of announcement plans by the studio, though many in the responding thread took the post to be a teaser of sorts.
Most of the images can be seen in the trailer itself at the top of the article. The hammering sequence, in particular, was among the art shared, though it appears that the majority of it has since been taken down after this article was written.
Also included was a version of the scene where the tree roots were taking over, though the artist included that it was felt that this version was “too much Dark Souls,” prompting a change in direction.