Join the First-Ever ArtStation Game Week

Get ready for an amazing week ahead! We’re happy to announce that November 29th to December 3rd is Game Week on ArtStation. Plug into the incredible game art being created by the ArtStation community, join live Q&As on ArtStation Blogs, and discover special game-related content being released throughout the week. ArtStation event weeks are also a great time to share your own work. Prepare for the event by uploading your #GameArt projects today:

Upload a Game Art Project

Be sure to follow the #GameArt channel to keep up with the latest projects being posted during the week. Go here and click follow in the top right corner of the “Game Art” button in the channel row to add it to your homepage.


How do I upload my work to the Featured Channels?

When uploading or editing a project from your portfolio manager, scroll down to the “Tags” section of the page. In the Tags text box type in the tag you’d like to add to your work.

How do I participate in live Q&As?

Head to the studios’ ArtStation Blogs pages, linked below in the live event schedule.

Featured Channel Schedule

Every day during Game Week, a unique channel will be featured on ArtStation:

November 29th: Game Art

Celebrate game art in all its forms; from splash illustrations, to game concept art, to production art, and beyond.

November 30th: Games & Real-Time 3D Environment Art

Explore art that showcases real-time 3D environment art.

December 1st: Gameplay & Level Design

See projects that showcase game interactions and level designs for 2D and 3D projects.

December 2nd: Board and Card Game Art

This channel includes artwork created for both board games and card games.

December 3rd: Pixel & Voxel

Discover artwork with a low-res or retro look, including but not limited to pixel art using 8 or 16-bit color palettes, modern pixel sprites, and voxel art.

ArtStation Game Week 2021 Live Events

Concept Art Painting Process with Don Schmocker

Premiering on ArtStation’s YouTube channel – Monday Nov. 29th – 1:00 p.m. ET

Join Don Schmocker for a 20-minute digital painting demonstration showcasing the techniques he used while working as Creative Lead on Okomotive‘s game FAR: Changing Tides. Okomotive is an indie game studio based in Zurich, Switzerland. The company was founded in 2017 by Don Schmocker and Goran Saric.


Live Q&As on ArtStation Blogs

Ask top game studios your questions, live on ArtStation Blogs!

Dekogon Studios – Wednesday Dec. 1st – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

Dekogon is an artist collective that provides specialized high quality environment art and asset creation, production, and resources focused on AAA game art development. Their combined experience working in the entertainment industry has allowed us to develop a critical eye for creating the best content to suit industry professionals, companies, students, and client needs.

Link to Dekogon Q&A >

Rare – Wednesday Dec. 1st – 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

Rare is a one-of-a-kind game studio. They create the kind of games the world doesn’t have, that are uniquely Rare! Their rich heritage includes beloved titles such as Banjo-Kazooie, Battletoads, Viva Piñata and Perfect Dark. As a studio rich in ideas, Rare is always striving to build games that players will adore and return to time and time again.

Link to the Rare Q&A >

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