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The Story of the Rise of the Horde - Lore Collaboration with Nobbel87
We have another lore collaboration with
Last week Nobbel covered the
Story of Draenor
World of Warcraft Chronicle: Volume 2
and this week's episode covers the second part of the book - Rise of the Horde.
Some sentences and descriptions have been taken from World of Warcraft Chronicle © or Copyright 2017 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Published by Dark Horse Comics, Inc.
2017/04/02 at 5:02 PM
Draenei Male Model Artcraft
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The Draenei Male Model is hardly a new appearance, having been in the beta for several builds we're relatively familiar with his
, body, and animations. But until now, we haven't known much about the thinking behind the model's revamp, and Artcraft is here to change that.
If you're interested in seeing the model in motion, and his face variation check out our video and images below, and the
on any armor set, or piece.
<p>Welcome once again to Artcraft! I’m Chris Robinson, art director of World of Warcraft. This Artcraft is another quick one, but still packed with goodies. Today we’re showing you our work on the male Draenei. The original was one of the better character models in the game, so it didn’t require a ton of translation—but with higher-resolution textures and more polygons to work with, we were able to bump up his fidelity quite a bit, as well as improve how we convey emotion through a new animation rig.</p>
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2014/07/10 at 7:10 PM
Female Draenei Model
Following in quick succession from the
Tauren Male Model
that we saw yesterday, Blizzard has posted an in-progress Artcraft of the Female Draenei. It's important to note that this particular model is not finished. Specifically, she hasn't been posed or animated, so her posture may look a little strange.
Hello again! I’m Senior Art Director Chris Robinson, and today we wanted to give y
2014/04/08 at 3:49 PM