Bloodborne Official Artworks

October 21, 2019 - Comment

In the terrifying video game Bloodborne, deranged mobs and nightmarish creatures lurk around every corner of a horror-filled gothic city. Bloodborne: Official Artworks collects the hair-raising artwork behind this modern action role-playing classic. Included are character concepts, creature designs, location illustrations, weapons, items, and more!

In the terrifying video game Bloodborne, deranged mobs and nightmarish creatures lurk around every corner of a horror-filled gothic city. Bloodborne: Official Artworks collects the hair-raising artwork behind this modern action role-playing classic. Included are character concepts, creature designs, location illustrations, weapons, items, and more!

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Anonymous says:

Must have for a Bloodborne collector In regards to people being disappointed with the fact that it’s not a hardcover and that they expected more content – I would personally agree. However, for what is provided, it is a worthy addition to a Bloodborne collector.I own a few art books and guidebooks for various other games, but Bloodborne is the one I own basically everything there is to own, so I might be a bit biased here, do keep that in mind.While the book is indeed not hardback (which is common for the…

Anonymous says:

Such a disappointment. Not up to the quality achieved by the game nor other representative merch. Artwork and screenshots are plastered all over the artbook with poor contrast and poor layout. Various pieces of art are stretched across two pages which makes it impossible to see some of the detail. As well as that, black backgrounds are used throughout the book, resulting in poor contrast since Bloodborne’s aesthetic is already so dark, making it hard to appreciate the detail in the art. The only text in the book are lines from the game such as “Behold! A paleblood sky!” and it offers no…

Anonymous says:

Amazing book that deserved a better publisher Contents-wise this is a Hunter’s Dream. Many early sketches and much Insight into how one of the most remarkable games ever made was designed.Sadly this edition’s quality as a physical book is far inferior to the Japanese original, and what really bothers me about that is the price. This is £40 and it honestly feels like it’s going to fall apart one day soon. I don’t have a problem with softcovers per se but this has been done on the cheap and is being sold at a high price to…

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