The Making of Diablo 3 Overthrown Polystone Diorama Media Update

Sideshow Collectibles shows off the making of the Diablo 3 OVERTHROWN polystone diorama with 37 images to demonstrate the process of developing each sculpture from scratch. You can see the diorama in various angles. The painted version will be unveiled soon. In the meantime, view all the 37 screenshots and pre-order yours!

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  • #1 Faustus
    FURST! Nice screens
  • #2 Kwic
    Shit, that's a great statue!.. I would love to have one ;o But it's a little bit expensive + cost of dispatch.

    Maybe someday :D Coz that's really awesome.

    cheerio
  • #3 Vadoff
    I love how he's standing on Diablo's corpse head.
  • #4 Romak
    I don't understand something... How come that the statue is up for public sale? How come there are enough statues to anyone who orders? If it was hand made by an artist... how can the 'artist' make enough statues for everyone? If he gets 500 orders, he will have to sculp 500 statues. Can someone explain please? :/
  • #5 tenaciousg
    incredible amount of detail i wish they did a sculture for every class.
  • #6 oren88
    Quote from "tenaciousg" »
    incredible amount of detail i wish they did a sculture for every class.


    Yeah, that could be awesome..
    Anyway Nice statue.. thanks :)
  • #7 CapKosmaty
    I don't understand something... How come that the statue is up for public sale? How come there are enough statues to anyone who orders? If it was hand made by an artist... how can the 'artist' make enough statues for everyone? If he gets 500 orders, he will have to sculp 500 statues. Can someone explain please? :/


    There is a pic of all the separate parts. I think that after making them, they are cast and replicated. the only thing to make by hand for each statue would be painting then. That's my theory, but I'm not 100% sure.
  • #8 Gullegris
    dude got mad skillz.
  • #9 Romak
    Quote from "CapKosmaty" »
    There is a pic of all the separate parts. I think that after making them, they are cast and replicated. the only thing to make by hand for each statue would be painting then. That's my theory, but I'm not 100% sure.


    Hmm... yes it makes sense. If every purchased figure would be 100% hand made, it would cost alot more than 300$, but if every figure would be 100% made by machines, it would cost way below 300$... sorry I don't know much about action figures and sculptures, but hell, I wouldn't mind having one on my desk ^^
  • #10 waddlez
    Quote from "Romak" »
    Hmm... yes it makes sense. If every purchased figure would be 100% hand made, it would cost alot more than 300$, but if every figure would be 100% made by machines, it would cost way below 300$... sorry I don't know much about action figures and sculptures, but hell, I wouldn't mind having one on my desk ^^

    well blizzard art (pre wow stuff) was always expensive due to the quality

    they don't mass produce it like say, gi joes or beanie babies
  • #11 biff_exploder
    wowwwwwwwwwwwww hooooooly crapoli !

    1st of all, the new diablo looks freakin bad ass.

    2nd love how he doesnt have a soulstone or hole in his head for one

    3rd DIABLO HEAD IS HUGE!!! the barbarian is standing on his head, and the size of the barb compared to diablo head, i mean, diablo must be freakin enormous!
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