Very cool. I like the color schemes and how the armor designs are visually linked. I also give you mad props for having the woman's armor actually make sense and not pointlessly show more skin than the guys because sexy. Too many artists fall into that trap, I think, so kudos for avoiding it.
Thanks! Although I am a fan of revealing female fantasy armor actually, but only in a setting where the context makes sense. If I create a world where women are wearing metal lingerie or barely-there gossamer shawls, than the men would rock loin cloths and bracers and not much else too. It should be consistent, like you implied.
Classic Sorceress elemental triad! #diabloII
Somebody had to have these powers, right? Though sadly I never had the pleasure of playing Diablo II. I am a big fan of D3 though.
The color contrast works well to set apart these team members, but also unite them.
Thanks! I think the fact that their team color is silver/white makes them look like they're more colorful than the other teams, when it's pretty much the same approach I use when coloring all of them.