More Fallout Nostalgia
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In the lead up to Fallout's 10th anniversary on October 7th No Mutants Allowed has been offering interviews, images, and other bits of nostalgia related to the award winning post apocalyptic RPG. The latest releases include interviews with designer Jason D. Anderson and artist Eddie Rainwater as well as images of an assortment of Fallout promotional materials.
From Eddie Rainwater Q&A:
How was it to be a part of the Fallout team? Click over to the site below to read more.
NMA: Fallout Anniversary
Awesome! Next to my current Blizzard team, it was my 2nd favorite team in my whole career over all the other teams I've worked with by a long shot. The guys were SO talented and Leonard was an awesome art director. Between his and Jason's vision and Leonard pushing me for higher and higher quality, it was the bomb. I think those were some of my favorite times of my career. Working alongside Scott was great too, man he's so talented and totally fun to work with. I think we spent most of the day laughing about the funniest stuff while we were making all this cutting edge (at that time) kickass character art. I was really bummed when Leonard and Jason left to form Troika (but happy for em too). I'll never forget the awesome painting that Justin Sweet made of that old Fallout comic book cover, totally inspiring. Tramell was always coming by and cracking jokes, I mean the atmosphere was just awesome. It's hard to describe, but with the imminent deadlines and late nights, we all had a blast and pushed our art to a pretty high level, really cool and rare to have that kind of team comradery.
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