community • Jul 19, 2019
FortniteMaster Community Spotlight - July 19th, 2019
Welcome to our July 19th, 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!
It's been a while since we've done one of these, but we're glad to be back and featuring some of the amazing art in the Fortnite community. Without further ado, here are the pieces for this week's spotlight:
First up, we have this video breakdown of how the tactical AR works, made by Invy on YouTube. We’ve featured a couple of these before, but they still impress us every time. The level of detail they put into animating the process of breaking down and reassembling the gun is amazing. Their video is so convincing, we wouldn’t be surprised to find out they are some sort of real-life expert on guns.
Next up in today’s spotlight is this DJ Bop cosplay by veteran cosplayer @DiSimonDi. This cosplay is ridiculously high quality. The details on the costume are spot-on, from the boots to the shirt, jacket, and head piece. The Marshmello and Bunnymoon in the background are cosplayers, too, and even they look hundred times better than our best attempt at any cosplay.
The third piece we chose for today is this fanart of Dire (all styles) by @totanuma7. We’re simple people. We see a talented artists’ work; we feature that work. All five variations look great. We love how they were able to make these Dire skin variations seem like they’re on some sort of crime-fighting super team.
The fourth piece is something a little unconventional. We’ve featured skin concepts before, but this one shows the time lapsed process of how to make one, by experienced skin concept creator @sharktoofs1. For us non-artists of the world, it’s interesting to see the process from start to finish. We get to appreciate the steps we didn’t even know existed and get to see how much work this actually takes. For those artistically gifted individuals of the world, hopefully this serves as inspiration, maybe to design your own skin concept.
This last piece is a real-life spike trap, made by Ballistocrats on YouTube. Warning: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. These guys obviously know what they’re doing and are experienced with mechanics. We’ve never been this intimidated by an imitation video game item made in real life, yet here we are. On a more serious note, this thing is awesome and clearly took a lot of skill to make. Huge props to these dads for finding a common ground between Fortnite and mechanical engineering that helps them bond with their kids.
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!