Incredible The Witcher 3 Fan Art Gives Ciri New Armor, Different Hairstyle
A very talented illustrator shares a remarkably detailed adaptation of Geralt’s adopted daughter, Ciri, from the Witcher series.
Released in 2015, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the most beloved games of the last decade. Based on Polish fantasy novels written by Andrzej Sapkowski, The Witcher 3 follows protagonist Geralt of Rivia as he travels the land known as the Continent, hunting monsters and searching for his lost adopted daughter, Ciri.
With a metacritic score of 93, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was highly regarded for its quest writing, sprawling game world, and gray morality. The game’s excellent narrative is further enhanced by its intriguing characters. From haunted bloody baron to witch Triss Merigold, The Witcher 3 is certainly full of an engrossing cast, and Geralt’s adopted daughter and the game’s second playable character Ciri is a fan favorite.
Being so adored by fans means Ciri is the subject of a lot of wonderful Witcher fan art in a multitude of styles. A Twitter user named Aleksandra Skiba, who is a concept artist and character illustrator, posted her amazing take on her following the story of the Witcher novels. Absolutely jam-packed with fascinating detail, Aleksandra’s piece features an older Ciri posing in elegant armor, while accurately capturing Ciri’s striking ashy hair and iconic cheek scar.
The post was a hit on Twitter, earning over four thousand likes and nearly seven hundred retweets at the time of writing. Other Twitter users praise the piece for its exquisite level of detail and custom outfit design. Aleksandra has many other notable artwork from other games such as Bayonetta and Final Fantasy 7 remake available for viewing on their Twitter and Patreon page.
The Witcher The series’ expansive game world and colorful characters lend themselves extremely well to various works of art made by creative gamers. From stylish cartoon style alternative outfit designs to incredible ones Witcher 3 and Assassins Creed cross art, the Witcher fanbase produces many unique and creative pieces.
Sure, The Witcher 3 isn’t the only video game to successfully inspire budding artists. Mean dog The Last of Us 2 is another title that receives a lot of beautiful fan art thanks to its rich and expressive characters and desolate beauty. Still, there is something about The Witcher 3The detailed game world of and its fleshy cast that its avid fanbase seems to love. With the release of season 2 of Netflix Witcher adaptation coming in December, fans like Aleksandra Skiba will have even more Witcher material to fuel their imaginations.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available on PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
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