ESO Poster Collection Giveaway

Win the Insight Editions ESO poster collection!

Win the Insight Editions ESO poster collection!

What’s up Tamriel Foundry faithful, I hope you all have been enjoying an excellent weekend of adventure throughout Tamriel. I’m excited to announce an extremely cool giveaway we are featuring this week thanks to the awesome folks at Insight Editions who create beautifully illustrated art books for movies, games, music, and more. They have just released a wonderful poster collection for The Elder Scrolls Online which features 40 pieces of official concept art and illustrations created by the artists at ZeniMax Online Studios.

About the Collection

The ESO Poster Collection contains 40 unique pieces of artwork in a 16″ by 12″ booklet. These images feature a mixture of scenes from the animated cinematic trailer series of The Alliances, The Arrival, and The Siege as well as a large number of beautiful concept art illustrations inspiring the level design of the game itself. Many of these illustrations will be familiar to players as some of the excellent loading screen artwork for various zones. The booklet contains 20 pages (front and back) and the posters it contains can be easily removed from the binding to display as standalone artwork, or alternatively the collection book itself makes for a great coffee-table accessory to showcase your entusiasm for Elder Scrolls and your appreciation for wonderful artwork!

One of the collection's many beautiful environmental concept art pieces.

One of the collection’s many beautiful environmental concept art pieces.

Win a Copy

Having been recently mailed a copy of this awesome collection I can definitely say that it is worth the price, and I plan to keep it as a companion to the excellent Collector’s Edition “Emperor’s Guide to Tamriel”. To celebrate the release of their ESO collection the great folks at Insight Editions have made five copies of this collection available for a giveaway here on Tamriel Foundry. All you have to do to enter is respond to this article with an answer to the following question:

Q: ESO’s zones and dungeons have beautiful concept art for their loading screens. Which zone has your favorite piece of artwork?

Winners will be drawn randomly from the set of Tamriel Foundry users who respond to the above question by midnight EST on Tuesday, June 10. Unfortunately, due to contest rules, only North American winners are eligible this time (sorry EU/oceanic folks!). Good luck, and I hope you all enjoy the exceptional artwork included in this collection!

Light of Meridia

Another beautifully haunting scene from the collection.

62 responses to “ESO Poster Collection Giveaway”

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    Atropos

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    Imperial Sorcerer

    Entropy Rising

    While I’m not going to be eligible to win the contest myself, I think I’ll share my favorite piece of zone artwork in ESO for the island of Eyevea:

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    Seaber

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    Not EU :(

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    Marsh-Shadow

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    Argonian Sorcerer

    The Keepers

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    Kyrielle

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    Khajiit Dragonknight

    Bankorai has one of my favorites in terms of light, color palette, and composition.

    Bankorai loading screen

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    StriderRoshin

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    Nord Nightblade

    Secluded waterfall in Grahtwood

    Secluded Waterfall in Grahtwood

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    Jexie

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    Dunmer Dragonknight

    The Aldmeri Trinity

    Being from the UK I cannot enter, however The Rift is my favourite piece of zone artwork:

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    Phazius

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    Dunmer Dragonknight

    Entropy Rising

    Favorite of the 2 trials :P

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    Zairan Arainai

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    Altmer Templar

    I like this one from Craglorn, as I like the scenery and the bright colors used.  It’s my current desktop wallpaper.

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    myohozen

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    Altmer Dragonknight

    This one is part of my ESO desktop wallpaper slide show. I also have some in game screenshots in the rotation. 

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    cathululock

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    This is my favorite. When I return home I see this one a lot – Mournholde is by far my favorite city in the game and Morrowind was my favorite ES game so it just makes sense.

     

     

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    Daedry

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    Argonian Nightblade

    Knights of the Blood Oath

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    DarioZ

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    Nord Dragonknight

    Rise of Sanguine

    My fav would be Rift, snowy in daylight. EU contender sorry TF.

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    Priecher

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    My favorite zone so far has been VR1 Glenumbra. It has some of the best coloring. Especially after going through the EP zones… MAN they are BLAND either all ash or all snow. Someone give these guys a zone that isn’t part of a desolate wasteland.. They are like Mad Max without the cars, guns and Mel Gibson. I loved the quests and experience but Glenumbra is the best so Far.

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    Davadin

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    Stonefalls.

    Yes, it’s just a noob area, and yes, there are plenty plenty beautiful areas in ESO. But Stonefalls win it for me for 2 things:

    1. Nostalgic. This is where I spent my BETA and level up my main EP toon. This is the areas where I learn how the game mechanics work, the world, the mob, my first dungeon, got my first horse… And even connects to the Rift, which is pretty great layout. This is where I spent my “childhood” in ESO.

    2. Lava. The mountain area are great. The painful lava adds to to the “immersion and realism” to environmental damage. And it oozes with “epic RPG area” feel. It’s all about that “this area is DANGEROUS” theme.

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    BroScottcho

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    @Atropos You put February 10th, I assume it should be June. :)

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    c0rp

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    Khajiit Sorcerer

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    I really like Glenumbra and its art the best.  The zone just “seems alive” with the roots taking over, and I love how the story ties it all together.

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    Shelleg3s

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    Breton Sorcerer

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    Stormhaven is my favourite so far. Sunshine with thunderstorms and a village down bellow, just nerdgasm.

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    jeanstarwind

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    Khajiit Sorcerer

    My favorite is definitely Eastmarch. Love the nighttime and northern lights atmosphere is has.

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    dcubbie

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    My fave is definitely Hel-Ra.  It conveys a quiet vastness that you usually only get through real life scenery.

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    dobfankris

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    Breton Sorcerer

    The loading screen artwork are all exceptional – it’s tough to pick a favorite. At the moment the stormhold / shadowfen loading art with sunrise behind the ancient argos temple and swamp is my favorite

     

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