Welcome back friends to the latest installment of the Diablo Fan Art Watch featuring artwork from our D3 Fan Art Gallery. This week we have another amazing set of pieces from the Diablo community for you to enjoy. For my fellow diablo community members: Artwork? THIS IS FAN AAAAAARRRT!
First we begin with gorgeous fan piece by Vortexh a.k.a. Unidcolor and his piece Archangel Tyrael. This piece just has so much detail that you keep coming back for more. The armor and claymore are just awesome, and the wings which can be a pain in the backside to draw are just as equally awesome. But don’t take my word for it check it out for yourself.
Next up is a less than heavenly piece by 343Guiltyspark featuring the Demon Hunter in Shadow Power. This very anti-angelic visage on this nearly face hidden Demon Hunter shows the demon hunter almost crazy as you can see all the corpses below his feet. I wouldn’t want to be near this guy if my life depended on it. Crazy Demon Hunters…
Moving along as we run away from the crazy demon hunter; we have the Monk by Yngvar. This piece features the Monk using his ability Fists of Thunder to much glee. With the simple setting behind him showing a graveyard and the details set on himself. Yng sets the stage for this monk who loves to cleanse the lands imbalance.
Balancing issues of the land aside; we bring you a Barbarian by Josch. This piece shows a beautiful setting in the mountain tops as a female barbarian in Nordic style armor reaches for her Broadsword. I like the simple clean look on this piece, and the armor is amazing.
Thawing out from the cold setting of the mountains; we head to the burning hells and a demon hunter encounters the female version of Diablo by Echoes1. Barring the way this lonely demon hunter encounters some lesser mistresses of pain spider minions and a big hulking unburied.
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If you enjoy Fan art and want to contribute to this growing community, please stop by the PM and I’ll get back to you.. 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, comments or have some fan art related news on the web please send me a
The Diablo Fan Art Watch will now also be bi-weekly due to the high volume of incoming fan art. Twice as much art per week.