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A new epic and grim fantasy tabletop roleplaying game.
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Art Focus: Gary Jamroz-Palma

Posted by JN Childs (Collaborator)
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Hello Chosen Ones, 

Today, we introduce to you Gary Jamroz-Palma!

Gary has been working with us to create 3D models and breathtaking rendering of our cities. His next project will be the capital city of Babel: Sabaah. 

The City of Uruk (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
The City of Uruk (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Close up
Close up
Keyshot renders
Keyshot renders

About Gary - Gary is a French concept artist based in Paris. He has worked for the video game, film, and book cover industry for fifteen years. He worked for ten years at DONTNOD Entertainment as a senior concept artist on Remember Me, Life is Strange, Vampyr, and Life is Strange 2. He also worked on the movie Final Fantasy Kingsglaive and with Blur Studio on Love, Death+Robots, along with many other studios on different projects. Gary designed book covers for the French market and is known for some of his work on the Game of Thrones series. Now, a full-time freelancer, he’s already working on several big projects yet to be announced.

Bastien's words on Gary's work - "I've known Gary for a long, long time. In fact, we've worked on the same team on projects around 15 years ago. It was only a matter of time until we worked together again. I didn't think of him when we started working on GODS, because at the time I only knew the "sci-fi" side of Gary's work. Julien is the one who mentioned "What about Gary?" shortly after a non-professional French-connection gathering at Les Furieux. And indeed, Gary was obviously artist for the job. Just look at the rendering of Uruk-- it speaks for itself.

It is already really exciting for me to give life to this project and watching those artists create visuals for a world that came straight out of my head. But having old friends and colleagues join the battle is really another level of sweet awesomeness!" 


And here are some of his personal works:    

Mausoleum (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Mausoleum (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Concept for Blackwell Academy Hall (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Concept for Blackwell Academy Hall (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Cover art for the Elric comic book  (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)
Cover art for the Elric comic book (Art by Gary Jamroz-Palma)

 If you want to see more of his work, visit her gallery on Art Station.  

Gary Jamroz-Palma
Gary Jamroz-Palma

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    1. Zaarin on

      Those towers! I love it! This really gives a sense of the massive scale you talk about in the game's description.