New Demon Hunter and Barbarian Artworks

Studded about Blizzard’s new Demon Hunter and Barbarian promotional pages are some new pieces of artwork. There are stylized paintings of of the DH and the Barb, which you can see below. Better yet, the header of the Demon Hunter page has a partial view of a new piece of Demon Hunter artwork by famed fantasy artist DiabloWikiBrom, who has previously contributed a number of artworks to the Diablo III gallery. Not content with the cropped preview, some clever readers found the whole piece posted on an art site, and it even came complete with Brom’s initial sketch of the work.

Those are both below as well; click any of the pics for a much larger view, or browse them via our Diablo 3 Character Art Gallery, which has ever single piece of official Blizzard artwork ever released for the Diablo III classes; 162 and counting.

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8 thoughts on “New Demon Hunter and Barbarian Artworks

  1. o.0 wow I swore I saw this earlier today but can’t find it.. I must be way to tired.

    <3 the first one 

    • You did, but right after the post went live the 10% progress bar thing hit, so I changed the post time for this one so it wouldn’t be buried instantly by 2 other posts.

  2. I love that Brom DH painting, especially that he put a bit of muscle on her so it actually looks like she could really kick your ass. No chain-mail bikini there, that’s a hardened warrior. (Though she must have a little vanity – those boobs can’t be real with that shape on that body. I doubt Sanctuary has cosmetic surgeons… Draught of Breast Augmentation maybe? Wonder how the tiers for that potion go…)

    • Brom is up there for me in top 3 fantasy artists of all time. 
      Just in case you wanted to know
      1: Frank Frazetta
      2: Keith Parkinson
      3: Gerald Brom

  3. Brom created lots of other paintings at Blizzard for D3 – he worked there for about a year according to an interview just released in Locus magazine.    He was also the only one working in a traditional medium (oils) instead of digital.   He created a painting for each class as well as several different monster types and bosses.   Blizzard bought some of the nicest ones for their walls at Blizz HQ, but he has several other paintings he’ll ultimately be selling.    


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