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Autumn 2019: Assassin's Creed
Community Projects To Watch
14/9/19 By Colum Blackett
Edited by Ashlea Buckley
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Autumn is upon us, and members of the Assassin's Creed Community have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to craft unique and interesting fan creations.
Here are our top 6 projects you should look out for this Autumn.
6. Galina Cosplay - Assassin's Creed Cosplay Project
Check out this brand new Assassin's Creed cosplay project, created by Galina Cosplay for UniCon and Game Expo, which takes place in Belarus!
The costume seems to take inspiration from tribal cultures, featuring elements such as feathers, beads and bone charms.
It's clear that this Assassin is a badass warrior who you really don't want tracking you down! I can see this member of the brotherhood taming wild animals and using a mix of stealth and brutality to eliminate enemies.
You can follow Galina's progress here on Instagram
5. Lorenzo de Sanctus - Assassin's Creed Japan Fanart
Feudal Japan is a location many Assassin's Creed fans dream of visiting one day in a game, with the potential for ninjas, Samurai sword fights and epic rooftop battles. With the release of Ghost of Tsushima, AC fans can get a glimpse at what the setting could offer.
21 year old freelance concept artist Lorenzo de Sanctus has recntly been releasing his fanart on ArtStation.
"Assassin's Creed is the game that i always loved, the idea, the style and the story! The idea to live the life of your ancestor is amazing. So I started to think about a game set in the Feudal japan, that could be great for me!"
You can find all of his work here
You can also follow him on Twitter
4. Connor Ellis - Orchestral Covers
With the success of the Assassin's Creed Symphony, the AC Community is ready for more orchestral pieces to inspire its members.
21 year old Connor Ellis has recently begun uploading orchestral covers of Assassin's Creed music, and the timing could not be better.
If, like us, you're eagerly counting down the days until the Assassin's Creed Symphony in London, then this is a project you won't want to miss!
Connor also revealed on Twitter that he might try and do an orchestral cover for each game, and time the video releases to sync up with the Assassin's Creed Marathon!
Here is his Assassin's Creed III cover!
3. Access the Animus - Monthly Interviews covering Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood of Venice
The team over at Access the Animus have been working hard to release monthly interviews dedicated to the upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood of Venice tabletop game by Triton Noir.
Each interview examines a different aspect of the project, and have so far covered Assassin's Creed elements, Birth of the Concept, Playtests with the Community, Gameplay and The Miniatures.
You can bet that the ATA team have more interviews ready for their monthly release, so be sure to follow them on Twitter and check out the releases below!
August 2019 - The Miniatures, featuring Art Director Manuel Sanchez
2. Art by Lisa Zahman
Lisa is a talented portrait artist specialising in graphite work. Recently, she began capturing the world of Assassin's Creed with her amazing portraits, bringing the characters to life.
Last month, Lisa joined our Assassin's Creed Partnership Program, a community initiative which aims to promote and share content. We also recently collaborated on an art giveaway to celebrate our 5th anniversary! Congrats to the three lucky winners who won prints!
Lisa is currently working on portraits of Edward Kenway, Kassandra and Ezio Auditore.
1. The 2019 Assassin's Creed Marathon
The annual Assassin's Creed Marathon is back for a sixth time, starting October 10th! Over the course of 72 days, community members will replay many of the games in the Assassin’s Creed series, roughly one sequence at a time, leading up to December 21st, Assassin's Creed Day, and discuss their playthrough on Reddit.
You can take part in the Marathon and learn more on the Assassin's Creed Subreddit