Pathfinder Online shows off early development art

Eliot Lefebvre
E. Lefebvre|03.06.13

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Pathfinder Online shows off early development art
They're mannequins for posing, yes, but they look more lifelike than some character models.
You might have been looking forward to Pathfinder Online for a while, but it's been hard to really look at the game. That's starting to change with the latest blog entry on the official site in which art director Mike Hines discusses the process of making art for Pathfinder Online and shows off some early renders that should demonstrate what the game will look like once players finally get to enjoy it.

Hines discusses the fact that the game has the advantage of drawing upon a great deal of established artwork for the Pathfinder tabletop game, but it also has the challenge of adapting those visuals to the online space. He also shows off several early concept renders and sketches, stressing with each that these are still works in progress that might change before the final release. If you're anxious to look at the game instead of just forward to it, look through the full blog entry on the official site.

[Thanks to matixuzn for the tip!]
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