lemur monkey

Just two treasure hunters who have a love of the fluffier things in life. I drew this for everyone in our department the day Lost Legacy hit the shelves (and gave copies to Claudia Black and Laura Bailey!) as a Happy Launch Day gift.  

And just to clarify for y’all: This is still Uncharted fanart and not official art by any means. I drew this purely for fun and as a gift for my department. 

So happy to hear how much people are enjoying Uncharted: The Lost Legacy! Thank you so much!

Ever since King Kong first gave Fay Wray that unexpected lift to the top of the Empire State Building in 1933, Hollywood has gone ape depicting the gorilla as perfect monster material. They seem to be forever typecast as the heavy. But the truth is, they’re peaceful, family oriented, plant-eating animals that live in complex social groups. They are the largest of all primates—the group of animals that includes monkeys, lemurs, orangutans, chimpanzees, and humans. (photo: Mike Wilson)


I thought I couldn’t be more attracted to Kate, but then I was watching the alternate scenes and she started ad-libbing a run of biologically accurate information on voles. (Technically there are two vole species that occur in New York, but they wouldn’t be in an urban setting, no, and I’m not sure I’ve heard ‘super-multiplier’ itself in an ecological context, but it’s definitely applicable and appropriate.)

Maybe she was able to pull this out of her head, maybe she knew this line was coming and did some quick research beforehand, either way, there’s video of her speaking my scientific language and I love it.