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Turning Witcher: Wild Hunt Screenshots into Art
28 September, 2015
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CD Project RED made a beautiful game, there’s no denying this. However to see all its beauty and to capture it in a single screenshot you need a good eye and some additional tools. Environment designer and 3d artist Krzysztof Teper used Free Cam Mod to make some amazing images, showing the incredible romantic nature of this RPG.

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

Krzysztof went through Witcher: Wild Hunt four times! During his virtual travels he explored all the regions and all the corners of this incredible world. He managed to show the incredible beauty of Withcer 3, waiting for the right visual conditions and choosing wonderful lighting. The whole game in his screenshots looks like a series of paintings of some East European artist.

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

Actually a while back, before the game was released, CD Project RED actually posted a very interesting job offer: the company was looking for a screenshot artist. This guy had to make some very sleek and cool marketing screenshots in-game and give them to the marketing department.

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Witcher: Wild Hunt / Screenshot by Krzysztof Teper

To finish this small story up, here are some screenshots from the upcoming Witcher: Wild Hunt premium addon The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone. Few of them look as cool as the screens made by Krzysztof.

 


Interview with Krzysztof Teper

Source: flickr.com/photos/tepcio

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