Skyrim Meets Game of Thrones in Tribute Credits Sequence

A recently released video has recreated Game of Thrones’ opening using the geography of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

The video, entitled “Thrones,” was created by digital artist Brady Wold and follows the same format as the TV series’ famous credits sequence. Beginning with the city of Whiterun it shifts around the game world map, raising its prominent cities out of the ground like miniature game pieces. In order, it visits Whiterun, Solitude, Markarth, Riften and Windhelm. According to a description by Wold, the video was a side project he’s been working on “here and there” in-between his work.

“This started off as an exercise to kill time one afternoon about two years ago, never intending it to be a finished product,” explained Wold. “I continued to work on it here and there throughout various freelance projects, internships, and other personal projects until it became a burden.”

While the video itself runs only about a minute and 41 seconds in length, Wold says that its actual creation took “thousands of hours” spent “working and rendering.” Just based on the results, it might be safe to that it was time well spent.

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2 Comments on Skyrim Meets Game of Thrones in Tribute Credits Sequence

Oggy

On April 2, 2014 at 12:45 pm

This is brilliant. Reminds me of the fan-made Breaking Bad extended intro which was so professionally done that many people still think it was an actual intro sequence that was unused. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDFAYRtrYuk

Incidentally, we don’t have to wait too long now until the next series of Game of Thrones. It’s rare that I’m excited about a TV show returning especially when it’s on every year, but this is the exception. Simply can’t wait.

rickshaw

On April 2, 2014 at 5:46 pm

A lot of work nicely done ;)