Ubisoft Workshop taking submissions for artbook

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 26 June 2010 21:11 GMT


Remember the mysterious “non-game” art image for Assassin’s Creed that popped up thanks to Twitter earlier in the month?

Well, guess what? It’s for an artbook, unsurprisingly.

According to G4, Ubisoft Workshop has been compiling art for the book for quite some time, and are now taking submissions for the Carte Blanche section of it.

While there hasn’t been a release date for it announced, Ubisoft Workshop is accepting illustrations until August 15 through ubiworkshop [at] ubisoft [dot] com.

If you decide to send in your work, let us know about it.

Thanks, D’toid.

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