Diablo Fan Art Watch #143: Let there be Fan ArtPosted 9 May 2012 by Holyknight3000
We begin this week as we are less than a week away from the release of Diablo III. With that we start here with Tyrael by Yuan. This piece is simple but epic. Made to look like it was painted on a wall. We see Tyrael standing on a ledge with sword drawn in the air by one hand triumphant in battle.
Continuing from there we head off down to the bowels of the burning hells and a Lesser Evil by Zpanzer which was tweeted by Bashiok. This 3-D piece has amazing details and nice lighting showing off one of those lesser demons from the Black Soulstone video. Just look at those glowing eyes; they want to peer into your soul.
Running away with our lives we leave the burning hells and head for the lands of Ivgorod and meet up with a Monk by Deleo. Nicely penciled and color; this monk is ready for battle in all her detailed armor. Got Blood?
From there we head to the dreadlands and join in the battle with another Monk by Ferdinand Hertel – winner of the Gamestar D3 Fan Art Contest; as he is battling hells legions on unstable land. The detail of this piece is amazing. The detail of the demons in the back; to the dirt giving way to the monk as well as the monk himself. Get lost in the battle-scene.
As we leave that epic battle behind we head back to the past; 20 years ago and encounter an Amazon by Kaymonstar. This simple stylized piece is nice, clean and crisp. Perfect for any sticker, avatar, and art book.
Last but not least in this 20 years past time jump we encounter a more updated twist on the 3 Prime Evils in Pony Form; My Little Prime Evils by masterrottweiler. This would satisfy any pony fan. The detail work done here is impressive to say the least.
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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.