Diablo Fan Art Watch #113: Monks, Barbarians, Witch Doctors, and Wizards Oh My!

Welcome friends to the latest installment of the Diablo Fan Art Watch. This week Blizzard shows us a few new pieces of fan art from their own Diablo Fan Art Gallery.

We begin this weekend with two new pieces by Wei-Zi featuring the Female Monk dispatching demons in the old Tristram cathedral, and a Witch Doctor summoning forth a wall of zombies; Mmm brains.

Next up we have Holy Monk by breathing2004 destroying many demons in his wake with the image of one of his many gods; possibly Ytar in the background above him.

Following along from there we head to a jungle/marsh setting as we follow a female wizard being Followed by demons. Art by Laura Ferreira Sardinha.

Wrapping things up for this weekend is a male barbarian in Savage by YUAN. Here we see the barbarian standing in a rainy setting with zombies all around him. Also one demon with the barb’s axe stuck in him in the shadowed foreground.

Click the thumbnails to see larger versions of all these images.

If you enjoy Fan art and want to contribute to this growing community, please stop by the Fan Creations Forum. Many artists visit frequently, posting works in progress looking for feedback and conversation. You don’t have to be “arty” to join in. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to send me a PM.

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    3 thoughts on “Diablo Fan Art Watch #113: Monks, Barbarians, Witch Doctors, and Wizards Oh My!

    1. Really like the zombie wall one… the style is pretty close to that of Glenn Rane, one of Blizzard’s most prominent artists…

      Side note: I find it interesting how Blizzard made monks have 1001 gods and yet only reference one of them (Ytar) in multiple ways and none others…

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