Diablo Fan Art Watch #148: The Devout Warriors of Ivgorod - The Monk III - Diabloii.Net

Diablo Fan Art Watch #148: The Devout Warriors of Ivgorod – The Monk III


Welcome back friends to the latest installment of the Diablo Fan Art Watch. This time we return once again to the Foothills in Khanduras to the legendary DiabloWikiFloating Sky Monastery; home to the DiabloWikiMonks of DiabloWikiIvgorod.

This week I bring you another batch of artwork from Fan Artists from the community. One piece stylized, and the rest with amazing detail. Don’t take my word for it check them out for yourself.
 

Artwork by HARRbOMB, Youngsta1, lucas-reiner, Son-Ra, DreamingIcecream, and ruthieee.


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, comments or have some fan art related news on the web please send me a PM and I’ll get back to you.

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.

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  1. Lower-left picture:
    Barbarians wielding great weapons forged from ploughs? Ha! Who needs forging?

    • They are all monks, no barbs in sight.

      • Oh my.

        Once upon a time, Blizzard released five short stories about each of the classes. In the story “Wayfarer”, a barbarian Kehr Odwyll was depicted wielding Scorn, a giant sword forged from a plow blade.
        I have assumed that even a person who have missed the story, but ever had a Giant Sword drop in a game, would be open to the idea of weapons from plows.
        (Or -oughs? I’m confused. Is -ow American, and -ough British?)
        The humor of my comment was to be based on this assumed common knowledge of plow-wielding barbarians, and the fact that a monk is drawn wielding something obviously intended for cultivation.

        Is that more clear? 

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