community • May 31, 2019
FortniteMaster Community Spotlight - May 31st, 2019
Welcome to our May 31st, 2019 Community Content Spotlight! We're really excited to feature the Fortnite related artwork, highlights, videos, and other content that has been posted across social media channels or submitted to us over the past few weeks!
As is our weekly reminder, if you would like us to feature your content for future editions, we welcome you to follow us and send your submissions to @FNMasterCom. Several pieces will be chosen by our content team!
Without further ado, here are the pieces for this week's spotlight:
The first piece we chose for this week’s spotlight is this Omega cosplay by /u/BoxPunch56. It’s been a minute since we’ve seen a cosplay this well put together. It took months of work for them to complete this final stage Omega cosplay, complete with the lighting on the armor. The funniest part about this is that they said the only reason they didn’t unlock Omega’s final stage in the real game is because they started making this cosplay during that season. If you don’t remember, the only way to unlock the final stage for Omega was by getting to level 80 during Season 4, a feat that many players notoriously struggled with.
Next up we chose is this fan art of the Rox skin by /u/aidmoon. This piece stood out immediately for its art style. It’s a nice balance between those super exaggerated anime art styles and traditional styles. The artist did a fantastic job of giving Rox this cool yet playful vibe.
The third piece for today is this real-life SCAR made by /u/timscaletta. They took it upon themselves to transform the Nerf SCAR into a more realistic-looking version with a paint job. The painting could’ve been a little cleaner, but it gets the job done. And this would be a great way to set yourself apart from the crowd the next time you have a Nerf war with your friends.
The fourth piece we chose is this Llama painting by /u/LazerChomp’s mom. First, we just want to say how cool this mom is to know anything about Fortnite, let alone want to paint a loot llama. As for the painting itself, it looks awesome. Often with paintings, you’ll hear less is more with brush strokes, and we think this is a great example of that concept. You can tell the frills on the llama are single strokes, and it works perfectly.
The last piece for today is a follow-up of a previous week when we featured a Fortnite Cannon in real life, made by Ballistocrats on YouTube. We finally got to see the cannon fire, and it did not disappoint. Even though this thing is only big enough to shoot golf-ball sized things, it’s got some serious fire power behind it. These are also the same guys that made the real-life grappler that we featured a while back. They actually made a new YouTube channel, so go check it out for more real-life version of video game items in the future!
That's it for today's FortniteMaster Community Spotlight! As usual, we hope you all give some of these talented creators some love! Remember, if you would like something of yours featured, please Tweet your submissions @FNMasterCom or post on our Discord and we will consider them for next week's version!