Though Overwatch isn't even in beta yet, its vibrant art and lively character design has already charged the imaginations of plenty of artists.
In just four months, con-goers will be hopping on planes to California for BlizzCon 2015 — and for BlizzCon's cosplayers, that means time to get their costumes together is running out.
BlizzCon may seem like it's still far away, but it's not that far away if you're a cosplayer wanting to join the Blizzard-centric costume contest of the season or just dress for the occasion.
We first caught notice of Smashzord (otherwise known as Smashzord#1351 or Patrick) on Reddit, where he was posting spray art renditions of Heroes of the Storm characters, including (so far) Diablo, Tyrael, and Valla.
We caught up with artist Kelly "Cadistra" Aarons to ask about her comic WoW Eh?, her work with Ask Mr. Robot, future plans, and more.
We take a look at the mind behind the art of Quel'Fabulous.
Looking forward to today's Heroes of the Storm launch? So are we — and so are tons of fan artists. To celebrate the game's launch, we rounded up some of our favorite fan art for this week's BlizzCrafts.
We've talked a lot about food recently on BlizzCrafts, but amongst all of those tasty treats, we haven't seen much in the way of drinks.
We went looking for just what went into creating the tasty, gaming-themed treats you'll find on Eat Game Live.
If you're on Twitter, chances are you've seen a certain blue colored cat-from druid occasionally gracing your timeline: that's probably @KageSatsuki's Derpkitty.
Blizzard's games have inspired creative chefs to make foods that come from or represent these gaming universes — today we've gathered some of our favorites.
Creating art based on game characters is nothing new, but the particular trend of making BlizzCon badge art may seem a bit unusual if you've never made it out to the convention yourself. For real world meetups like BlizzCon, it can be hard to recognize your in-game companions — none of whom have names hovering over their heads.
What single ability defines your specialization? On Reddit, Matt Stevenson took this question as a challenge... and went on to create minimalist poster art for each class and spec. Even though these are simplistic designs, they manage to catch the flair of every WoW playstyle.
Some artists paint on canvas and others on computer, but for some, small scale art that can be painted on a single fingernail is the perfect outlet for expression.
Each poster is made up of numerous quotes from members of each faction, arranged and colored to make a faction logo out of the text. From picking just the right quotes to laying out the text one letter at a time, making these posters was a time consuming process — but we think the results are worth it.
Sure, we all love Pepe, but the downside of everyone's favorite feathered friend is that he's stuck inside World of Warcraft while we (at least occasionally) like venturing out into the real (or at least non-virtual) world beyond Azeroth. So how do we take Pepe along? Liz Lirakis, the artist behind Tracimoc, came up with a solution in the form of this Pepe cosplay that she took to PAX East earlier this month.