This weekend, a host of Hearthstone art folks hosted an AMA on Reddit, talking about how they work on the game and answering a bunch of other questions.
Update 2: The AMA has ended, but there are plenty of interesting answers in the thread if you want to read through it.
Whether you look at the game, the comics, or the animated shorts, Overwatch has a great art style, and soon you'll be able to own it all in book form — at least if you have cash to burn after buying all of those loot boxes.
I think I'm the guy who defended Cataclysm during its life cycle.
Let me start this out by saying we're writers, not artists — but today, inspired by this super cool kid-created Overwatch hero, we decided to try making some heroes of our own.
So far I've run Val'Sharah and Highmountain and man, they really hammer home what I hated about some zones like Deepholm or Netherstorm -- the lack of variety.
If you follow our weekly Webcomic Wrapup, you're probably already familiar with PLOX, a comic about ...
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.