Halo Concept Art: Halo 4 Environments Part 1 of 5 – rough concepts

Today there are three DOZEN concepts to show in the rough concept stage. I’m breaking from the normal format and am going to post a gallery instead of each individual pic. As such, you’ll have to click on whichever thumbnail to view the whole pic. (If I didn’t do it this way, this article would be MASSIVE.)

There is so much goodness in these thumbnails. Have fun exploring the gallery. Feel free to download. If you repost any, let people know that you found them here on HaloFanForLife.com

What do you think of this format, versus me explaining each pic? Let me know, reply below. If you’re not registered with the blog, it’s free to do so. Click HERE to find out how to register.


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I’ve got tons of experience with Halo gaming and collecting. I feel I have something to offer to the greater Halo fan community. Posts along the way will be about tips and tricks in the games as well as collecting and many more Halo related things. I’ll also repost interesting articles from the official site, Halowaypoint.com, or from fellow Halo fan sites. As I continue this blog, I hope to help gamers who want advice on the games, as well as any collectors with regards to where to find collectibles as well as deals, coupons and so on. You can also follow me on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/#!/HaloFanForLife or Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/halofanforlife11. Welcome to my blog and I hope you’ll come back again and again. -Sal

1 thought on “Halo Concept Art: Halo 4 Environments Part 1 of 5 – rough concepts

  1. I prefer the old format a bit more since it is easier to just scroll down, but considering the amount of pictures in this post, I didn’t mind clicking though them and understood why you had to change the format. If its easier, faster, and saves more space for you to post them up like this though, then I would say keep posting the concept art like this; you can still see the concept art even if it takes a bit longer.

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