Fan Art Watch #39

Greetings all and welcome to next installment of the Fan Art Watch. This week we show off some more fan art from the D1/D2 gallery and D3 gallery. This time we have 3 pieces from the D1/D2 Gallery. Now let’s begin.

Beginning this week we start off with an amazing 3D render of the DiabloWikiNecromancer called The Summoner by Sam Yang. I’ll leave the piece to speak for itself!

Next up we have a nice concept art called Timeforge of Chaos by Thomas Steininger. This piece shows some amazing detail; it just makes you feel like your in a clock tower with chaotic energies flying all around you.

Wrapping things up this week we have an Original monster by Le Yan. Reminds me of a variant of a DiabloWikiMorlu Caster but with weird hands and bodies hanging off them.

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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  1. Seems about right. They already announced that a few Central/South American countries are getting the same price plan as Russia.

    He repeatedly stresses the importance of DLC sales, and how additional revenue streams will boost the company. Much about Modern Warfare 2 map packs. Sold more than 1m in the first 24 hours. No disclosures about SC2 subscriptions or DLC fees. (Yet.)

    As long as the DLC stuff is cosmetic, life is good. Here’s to hoping that stuff like clan support or won’t be part of the subscription thing. Lord knows the map pack was one of the worst DLC ideas I ever saw from the player’s perspective.

    Lots of talk about Real ID friends; you see your friend

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