Adieu to George

Our dear friend George will be leaving the studio for brighter pastures (or to the “farm” in the country. In addition to excellent design work, George also was a Photoshop genius, a PhD in twitter, and cool guy. So – let’s celebrate by looking back on some of his best work, take it away George:

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Severed / Last of Us 2 Crossover:

Neil Druckmann had just finished playing through Severed with his daughter and tweeted us to tell us about it. This was about the time that the trailer for Last of Us 2 came up, and this was one of the scenes in it. The severed hand laying there just screamed photoshop-time.

The tweet:
Severed complete! Thanks, @DrinkBoxStudios for one insane ride. My daughter and I loved it. Highly recommended

 

Shitty Spiderface paint drawing


This was actually by one of our programmers for a Severed Fan Art contest. It took an entire afternoon, and has since appeared on a shirt in the office. Considered to be the Mona Lisa of our time.

 

Alternate Universe Spiderface

This one was created in Google Drawings while an unnamed designer was supposed to be doing enemy design work. An imagined alternative plot where you’re actually playing as the 100th iteration of Sasha. Sasha refuses to believe her family is gone, and that she can fight to win them back, but denial is the most predictable of all human responses. Rest assured, this will be the 100th time the spiderface demons have destroyed her, and they have become exceedingly efficient at it.

Yeah this concept was struck down.

 

Flameface Fidget

This is Drinkbox Studios staying current and cool during the great fidget spinner craze of 2017. *dabs*

 

Graham in VR

This came about after Graham – one of our studio heads, tried to argue with me (with a straight face) that we’re at least more than a year away from all sitting in dark rooms with future suits on and headsets strapped to our faces. I tried to stay positive, looking towards the future, and imagining what Graham would look like if he would only just believe.

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Thanks George!

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