Coloring Age

Dragon Age: Inquisition is all about choice, as are coloring books, which is why we’re sharing three pieces of uncolored concept art for you to get scribbly on. You don’t even have to color between the lines if you don’t want to, you rebel.

Just download the pages and get coloring! Once you’ve finished a page, tweet at us with the results, and we’ll share our favorites.

Concept art courtesy of Matt Rhodes.

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Fan Creation Feature – Hannah Friederichs

The BioWare community is full of talented artists of different stripes: illustrators, animators, cosplayers, photographers–you name it.

One such illustrator is Hannah Friederichs, who crafted these fantastic Dragon Age: Inquisition-themed pulp fiction covers.

 

We took a minute to talk with Hannah about her inspiration for this unique project.

What inspired these covers?

I love pulp magazines and novels! They have a lot in common with Dragon Age: both play with tropes and have created enduring characters. There’s a purely over-the-top joy in writing all the juicy titles, too; I get to include all of my favorite Thedas experiences.

Why did you choose to use Dorian as the damsel in distress?

I was almost finished with a sketch of Josie in that position when my husband stepped in a made a case for Dorian.  Dorian’s definitely more comfortable in the role. It’s against type for Josephine, and Bull obviously runs a bit faster in Dorian’s defense.

You can check out more of Hannah’s work on her tumblr, DeviantArt, and personal website.

Tattoos of BioWare

At BioWare, we’re big fans of tattoos. It’s common here to catch a splash of color and line work creeping out from under someone’s sleeve. We figured it would be fun to roll up those sleeves and take a look at some of the art that decorates our developers.

Here’s a (small) sample of the tattoos you’ll find at our Edmonton studio.

Ask BioWare #1

Back in December, we put out a call to the community for questions with #AskBioWare. Many of you came up with questions – some funny, some serious, and others positively perplexing. Some of our developers sat down to answer their favorites.

We’ll be doing more of this in the future, so take to twitter with #AskBioWare. Who knows, your question might end up in our next video!

Want to increase the chances of your question being answered? Read here.