I was supposed to be rounding off the week of World of Warcraft on a more serious note with ‘Why I always report harassment in Games & why you should too’ and while I do still intend to write that post, now doesn’t seem the right time. I’ve been celebrating a game I love, and dipping into the darker and more childish side of trolls and harassment just doesn’t have the same vibe. So instead I’m joining my final post with Sharing Saturday, and sharing with you my favourite World of Warcraft art. This includes a variety of sources; official art, fan art, trading card art and some art from Blizzard’s online card game Hearthstone.
I’ve done several World of Warcraft themed Sharing Saturdays before that might also interest you!
- 19 Stunning World of Warcraft Legion Fanarts
- 20 + Super Cute World of Warcraft Pets Fanart
- 16 Exquisite Night Elf Fanarts
- Incredible World of Warcraft Fanart of Couples
Disclaimer: The work here is displayed only out of admiration and credit is given for every image (where possible I use the ’embed’ code directly from sites such as instagram or deviantArt). If you are the artist and want your work removed please leave me a comment. If you like some of the art here please take the time to visit the artist’s gallery or deviantArt account, and/or leave a comment to let them know. This is probably obvious, but: this post is very image heavy.
“Light, protect us!”
Fanart by: Steven Wang pic.twitter.com/B4W0oaBlHy
— World of Warcraft (@Warcraft) June 18, 2016
Alleria Windrunner (Hearthstone) by Jomaro Kindred.
Kallipissa (WoW TCG) by Zoltán Boros and Gábor Szikszai.
Ysera the Awakened (Hearthstone) by Zoltán Boros and Gábor Szikszai.
The Dragon Aspects bless the World Tree Nordrassil
There are so much amazing fanart and artists offering commissions of players characters, however, I wanted to give a general overview of some of my favourite heroes and scenes that have been depicted. My deviantArt favourites folder has gotten so big I’m going to need to split it into individual, more specific folders and is filled with examples of artists bringing characters to life. So if you’re hungering for more, please take a look! ((Artwork used in the banner is by Ludo Lullabi and scanned from my personal collection.))
This post is a part of a video game theme week hosted by Geek Blogs Unite!