Diablo Fan Art Watch #111: Demon Hunters from the Borderlands IV


Welcome friends to the latest installment of the Diablo Fan Art Watch. We return once again to the Borderlands; home of the Demon Hunters.

This week we have four new pieces of art featuring the Demon Hunter. One that is entered in the Blizzcon 2011 Fan Art Contest. Another incredibly made 3-D model. I’ll let you look at that one. There is a ton of detail. After that we have two more with capes blowing in the wind. One seemingly using Discipline judging by the eyes, and the other hatred with the deep red crimson eyes.

Artwork by philldwill, Nhea, Andy Brüning, and Broken-Orange.

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    10 thoughts on “Diablo Fan Art Watch #111: Demon Hunters from the Borderlands IV

    1. They should have put breasts on that male demon hunter. It’s always so same old when they just stick to the original designs.

    2. In general terms, can both genders of any class be “cool?”  I don’t mean just okay or viable. But really cool. Like embodying the theme? I’m sure both genders could be not very cool, or the class itself could just be kind of dopey, but can both?

      I’d say the male barb is, but the female seems kind of little sister trying too hard.

      Female wizard is, but male wizard seems pretty boy and poseur.

      Not sure either monk is, but the male is closer.

      I don’t think either WD is. Both stop short of really being voodoo weirdness. They need scars and tattoos and other much more extreme decorations.

      As for the DH… they might come the closest. The fashion and lore works equally well for both genders; I’m only hung up a bit by how lame the DH cinematic was, making the female DH seem like an idiot with her robotic dialogue.

      • I don’t think “cool” comes into it anymore. The word is “fun” now. Now suddenly with fun in mind, all classes seem to fit that sortof. Diablo 1 and 2 were cool. D3 fun, d3 character, “fun”. Excuse me saying all this

    3. I kind agree with you Flux, plus the DH cinematic was my definition of chees, i mean… i dont wanna even recall that,
      anyway, i still think the 3d DH artwork (above) is absolutely awesome and even better than the official one

    4. That 3D model is absolutely FANTASTIC!  Beautiful textures.
      The gear has the perfect balance between practical and fantastical. 😀

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