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Warcraft Movie Preview: Orgrim Doomhammer
May 20, 2015 - 7:26 AM - by Chen



Few days ago, Wired posted another preview of one of the main characters in Warcraft: Orgrim Doomhammer(Robert Kazinsky). This preview is an update to the previous one showed in the Blizzcon 2014 Warcraft Movie Panel. In this one, he seems like a mag'har compared to the older version where he is green or corrupted.




Orgrim Doomhammer


Orgrim Doomhammer 2

Warcraft will be released on June 10, 2016, mark your calendars and be ready to raise the banner of the Horde or the Alliance! Read Orcnet's Post for more information about the movie.
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Resource Spotlight #2
May 18, 2015 - 12:04 PM - by Archian

Today we got a real treat for you all. If you haven't already checked out Tauer's Model Thread, be sure to head over there after reading through this.
A few months ago, a member of our community named Tauer, uploaded a fine addition to the Hive's model resource database.
The model titled "Garrosh" have already been downloaded more than 1000 times, and have gotten a rating of 5.00. Tauer's model is part of a series of model creations inspired by World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor.
The author himself is an oldschool member, who's been here since the days of wc3sear.ch. Over the years he has gone from amateur to expert in the field of modeling, and he is an example of the phrase:

"practice makes perfect".

It's always quite rewarding to see a member of our community develop and improve his/her skills over the years like Tauer has.
Recently I, Archian, had a chance to sit down and talk/chat to Tauer about his experience with modeling, and he was kind enough to give me an insight on the process of making, Garrosh Hellscream.

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Archian: Hello Tauer, first of all I want thank you for doing this. We are really excited about this new feature, and we hope that these spotlights of user submitted resources will inspire other modders to use said resources for their mapping projects or lure them into creating resources themselves.

Tauer: Sure, no problem. I think it's a great idea.

Archian: Anyway, your join date says July 2004. That's before my own join date. Thanks for staying with us all these years. What made you join the community in the first place?

Tauer: Well, I remember my passion for modding started with Warcraft 3. I still remember the first time I opened the World Editor and played around with it. Switching models etc.
To be honest I don't really remember exactly how I found it, but eventually I made my way to the site wc3sear.ch. It was really exciting looking through all the custom skins and models. I'd never experienced anything like it in my years of gaming. I even made a few (horrible) reskins myself back then and uploaded them to wc3sear.ch.

Anyway, eventually Ralle came and merged wc3sear.ch with the Hive and I guess my account got merged as well


Archian: What brought you into modeling? And how did you learn it?

Tauer: I started getting into modeling afterwards. Back then I didn't know anything about modeling, so I downloaded Oinkerwinkles tools and started playing around with them. I mainly did very simple model edits for personal use in the beginning. But I eventually made my model debut with my model Gul'Dan, which also was a simple model edit consisting of a reskinned Death Knight model with the head of the orc Far Seer.
Despite being very simple it got pretty good feedback, and I decided to stick with modeling.
Eventually I started a series of models, the orc Clan Grunts which also became pretty popular. But I still had no idea how to actually model things from scratch, I only know how to merge parts from existing Blizzard models.

This all changed when I went to a 3D modeling school about 5 years ago. There I learned how to make models from scratch, unwrap and texture them, rig them for animation etc. I learned to do this using the software 3Ds Max. I eventually released my first scratch made model, Orgrim Doomhammer which was a huge step up from my previous model edits.
I also made custom animations for it, something I had not tried before.
Everything I know about animation today is pretty much all thanks to BlinkBoys amazing tutorial here on this site. It was a tremendous help for me when I first got into it.


Archian: In your experience, what would you say is the hardest to do in modeling? Is it the animations or? What do you think?

Tauer: Definitely. When it comes to making models, I think you can get away with a lot. Especially in Warcraft 3, since it has a very distinct art style. This means that proportions are not as important and the default Blizzard textures are quite low quality. But animations are different.
I think because as people, we are so used to seeing how humans move every single day that whenever something is off in an animation we instantly notice it.


Archian: Interesting point :)

Tauer: It's harder to get away with making bad animations than a bad mesh. For people to notice a bad mesh, they have to know something about the process of modeling I think. But when it comes to animations, anyone can see it. So yeah, I would definitely say that animation is the hardest part of making a model.

Archian: When you decide to start on a new model project, do you then think about everything beforehand? Mesh, texture, animations etc.?

Tauer: Well, usually when I start a new model the first thing I do is to find reference images. So I just go to google images and search for whatever I want to make and save them.
And then I basically just try to follow the reference when meshing out the model. Regarding texture and animation, I usually have some idea about what I want it to look like.
But mostly I just make it as I go.


Archian: You've already made a WIP thread of this week's spotlight, your Garrosh model, in our Modeling & Animation forum. But would you mind giving us a few more details about the progress?

Tauer: Sure. This model is actually based on an earlier model of mine, Grommash Hellscream.
When I make WC3 models I usally make the mesh using the box modeling method. I basically start out with a box in 3Ds Max and just keep extruding new polygons out this box to make the mesh.


Image was taken from: http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=41622.0

This is a quite good method for WC3 because the models are so low poly. With box modeling you can get a good looking base mesh very quickly.
Afterwards I just look at my reference images and keep makes small tweaks to the mesh until I think it looks good.

For the face/head, a popular method for meshing is the edge pulling method.
Edge pulling is basically a modeling method where you have a 2d plane, or polygon, in your workspace. Then you "pull" the edge of the plane which basically creates another polygon. It's quite hard to explain.
But it's a cool method because you can actually place a reference image in your 3d workspace and use it when you mesh out the face. This can help you make a very accurate face.



Image was taken from: http://tuts.3d2dizayn.com/index.php/...amoglu-part-i/

After I finish the final mesh, I will apply some base colors using Adobe Photoshop. I find that instead of just starting texturing right away, applying base colors will give my a good idea of how the final texture will look. Since Warcraft 3 is an RTS, units will mostly be seen from very far away. So it's extremely important that the base colours work well together.
Because this is mostly what people will see when they see the unit ingame. The camera angle is often too far away to see the details. So if the main colors dont work well together, it doesn't matter how many details I draw on the texture, it just wont look good ingame.


When I've applied the base colors, I import my model into the software 3D Coat. Before I always used Adobe Photoshop for texturing.
While Photoshop is an amazing tool I've recently begun to use 3D coat instead. The difference is that in 3D coat I actually paint on top of the model in 3D space, instead of on a 2D unwrap.
Personally I not only find this a more fun way to texture, it's also easier to make details on the texture. Not to mention you get rid of seams because you basically just paint over them.
It's just a much more intuitive way to texture, since you don't have to switch from Photoshop to your 3d software all the time.

I usually start out texturing the face.
I start out using a very dark brush to just draw out the main details on the face. Wrinkles, eyes, nose etc.

Then as the details gets fleshed out, I basically just smooth it out and add highlights with a lighter brush. One thing though, a drawing tablet is absolutely neccesary if you want to get into texturing.
I use a Wacom Intuos myself. I doesn't really matter which kind of tablet you use, but drawing with the mouse is really not optimal.



After I finish the head I basically just texture my way down. I do my best to keep the texture true to the Warcraft 3 art style. This means high contrast, dark shadows, bright highlights etc.



Team color is an important part of Warcraft 3 models. I personally do not like it if overused, but it's important that you include it. The most important thing about team color is that the player is able to see what team the unit belongs to right away. This means that usually things like shoulderpads or capes are team-colored because it's the part of the models that are most visible from the players perspective.
You can however get away with not adding that much team color on a hero unit in my opinion, since they have a huge hero glow under them that makes it pretty hard to miss what team they belong to.




Team color is controlled by the alpha channel in the texture. Basically black parts in the alpha channel is team colored, white parts are not. A thing to remember is that the alpha channel in your texture also controls transparency.
Say for example that you want your model to have a cape that has a lot of holes in it you add black parts in the alpha channel. Black parts will be invisible ingame. So when you create your model you have to create your material accordingly. If you want a part of the model to be transparent but another part to be team colored, you have to remember to give them right materials otherwise you'll end up with a transparent shoulderpad or red spots instead of holes in the cape.


When the texture is finished I start the rigging process.
Rigging is basically giving the mesh a skeleton, which you can then move to give it animations.
To be honest, rigging is probably the most boring aspect of making these models but also very important.
For any other game there would probably be a lot more bones in the rig.
But since this is Warcraft 3, I usually just stick to 3 bones in each arm and leg, a pelvis bone, a chest bone and a head bone.
This is enough for the kind of animations that are used in an RTS like Warcraft 3.
I would never add fingers or finger bones for instance, since it's overkill when you never see a closeup of the models hand anyway.
Sometimes the model needs some extra bones, an example being ponytails, capes and loincloths etc.
And in the case of this model, he also has a jaw bone.

I usually make unique animations for all my models. But in this case I had recently finished my Grom Hellscream model and decided that I would reuse the animations I made for that model.



Since they are both Hellscreams I thought this made sense. So what I did was that I just took the animated skeleton from the Grom Hellscream model and rigged the Garrosh model to that skeleton. This way I didn't have to do all the animations from scratch again. It did have a few areas where I had to tweak the animations a little bit, mainly because of the two large tusks on Garrosh's shoulders getting in the way.

Archian: When you set out to make a new resource, do you do this with the intention of using it in your own map project?

Tauer: No, not really. I usually just create my models for other people to use in their projects.

Archian: Do you have any advice for any new potential modellers reading this?

Tauer: Yes, my best advice would be to get some 3D software and start modeling! Hehe, I know it sounds like it's easier said than done but it really is the best way to learn.
The software I use, 3Ds Max, is actually available for free on their website.
A lot of people get scared because of the high price of the software, but a non-commercial student license is available to download on Autodesk website: http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/all
Other advice would be tutorials. Watch and read a lot of tutorials. Youtube is a good place to find tutorials, but you can find some great ones on this site as well! As I said, BlinkBoy's animation tutorial basically tought me everything I know about animation. If you use 3Ds Max, download BlinkBoys NeoDex plugin. Look at the sample files.

You can learn a lot just by looking through these files about the structure and how you should go about making your own models as well. Another good source is the Blizzard Art Tools documentation. Basically practice makes perfect. A lot of what I know about modeling today has come through trial and error and I'm sure this goes for most other modelers here as well.
I think that's probably the best advice I can give


Archian: Who do you personally think deserves a spotlight in our next article?

Tauer: That's a tough question. We have so many talented people here on The Hive. Personally I was always a huge fan of olofmoleman's models. But again, we have a ton of talented people here who deserve to get a spotlight so it's impossible to name them all

Archian: I concur. For my last question, I just want to know if you're working on a new project?

Tauer: Yes, I am. I'm currently working on a new Durotan model based on his design from Warlords of Draenor. Anyone interested can follow my progress in my model thread on the forum.

Archian: Intriquing I'm personally looking forward to it. On behalf of the Hive administration team, I wish to thank you for your time, and wish you all the best.

Tauer: Thank you very much, and I would like to thank you guys for continuing to provide us with this awesome site!
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New Affiliate: Diplomunion
May 17, 2015 - 3:06 PM - by Ralle


It's certainly been a while since we set up a link exchange with a sister Warcraft site. Well, today is the day. Our friends over at diplomunion.com suggested just that and we couldn't say no. Diplomunion is a pretty old community founded in 2009, around the strategy scene on BNet, one in which we are not much in touch with. They are also the host of some cool modding projects. I hope you will all welcome our brothers and sisters over at Diplomunion to our family.

Here is a little description of what Diplomunion is about:
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Diplomunion is a community where like minded gamers can share their unique gaming experiences and find fellow users to play with. Entrenched in the multiplayer Wc3 custom mapping scene, Diplo also offers a place where map makers can successfully show off their maps, in a fully functional Showcase, and in their own private forum section!

Come on down, whether it's Warcraft, Starcraft, or even Age of Empires, round up some pals and let get the games begin!
Diplomunion is running the XenForo forum system which is the future of the Hive, so if you want to try that out, you can also do that on the site.
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Resource Spotlight #1
May 14, 2015 - 12:05 PM - by Archian

Can we all just take a moment to appreciate that 4 years ago, a member of our community named Kwaliti, uploaded a piece of art to Hive's resource database.
The model titled "Deathwing" has been downloaded more than 21.000 times and has a rating of 4.87 plus a Director's Cut.
It comes with a complete set of awesome animations, an awe-inspiring 3D model and a perfectly wrapped texture/skin. Thanks for sharing, Kwaliti.

Have you ever used this in your mapping project? And how did you use it? Let us know in the comments below. If not, then go check it out in our 3D Viewer.

Over the years, truly talented members of our community have produced great works of art, which they have been so kind to share with all of us.
Some of these creations have since become legendary and began to gather dust in Hive's vast resource database.
But we in the administration team thought that these great works deserve a place in the sun once again.
So as a new feature we will start to cast some spotlight over Hive's lost treasures. We plan on including interviews with the authors in future spotlight articles.

If you have an idea for the next resource spotlight, feel free to PM me.

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WARCRAFT MOVIE: release date on June 10, 2016
Apr 25, 2015 - 1:01 PM - by Orcnet



Hello everyone, the news just hits in! The Warcraft movie has been announced that it will be released on June 10, 2016. Mark your calendars folks! and don't die yet (joke!), As what my friends told me when we saw this news: will you watch it in the big screen with the banner of the Alliance, or set the drums of war with the Horde?



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Warcraft is an upcoming 2016 American epic fantasy film. It is based on the Warcraft video game series and set in the world of Azeroth. The film was first announced in 2006 as a project partnership with Legendary Pictures Filming began on January 13, 2014 and wrapped-up on May 23. The film is scheduled to be released by Universal Pictures on June 10, 2016.

Duncan Jones is directing the film from a screenplay that he co-wrote with Charles Leavitt. Producers include Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Tessa Ross, Charles Roven, Alex Gartner, Stuart Fenegan, and Chris Metzen. The film will star Ben Foster, Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell and Rob Kazinsky.

The film portrays the origin story of the initial encounters between the humans and the orcs, with an emphasis upon both the Alliance's and the Horde's sides of their conflict. Featuring characters such as Durotan and Lothar, the film will take place in a variety of locations established in the video game series.
We will be pleased once the movie crew and the film production might release some teaser trailers before we all tackle the big show on the desired date, but don't get your hopes high! this is just a couple of positive announcements and more is yet to come! Here are some awesome pictures for the Alliance and the Horde down below, as well as the casting crew based on IMDb (note: one of the cast crew played the role of a Viking!)




Here is the link for IMDb
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Sunken City v2.0.0
Apr 18, 2015 - 7:30 AM - by spasorc


Version 2.0.0
Whispers of Doom


Sunken City's version 2.0.0 has been released! The goal for this milestone has been to further improve replayability. Future versions will continue to work in that direction aswell. To achieve that, Sunken City has recieved its first 2 rare quests! The first quest has also recieved an alternative outcome. In addition, 5 new rare bosses and one new random event have been added! That's not all: new music, terrain & area changes, Necromancer class rework, new items and various improvements, optimizations and bug fixes have been implemented! The mysteries of Sunken City await the return of old and the appearance of new adventurers!




Other Info:
Facebook Page
Hosted Project Page
Play with us in Garena! Group ID: 171304

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Hearthstone: is now available on phones/World of Warcraft: patch 6.2 preview for PTR
Apr 16, 2015 - 6:12 PM - by Orcnet


Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is a digital collectible card game (CCG) developed by Blizzard Entertainment. It is free-to-play with unlimited paid content, and limited free content. Announced at the Penny Arcade Expo in March 2013, the game was released on March 11, 2014. Hearthstone is available on Microsoft Windows and OS X systems and on Windows 8, iOS and Android touchscreen devices. New content for the game involves the addition of new card sets and gameplay, such as from the Goblins vs. Gnomes expansion pack and the Blackrock Mountain adventure.



Hearthstone is now playable on iOS and Android phones! If you think about it right now, you won't trouble yourself finding a suitable time to play anymore, the virtual game is just about anywhere! it could be your'e eating at the kitchen, taking a business on the bathroom, at the mall, at work, heck you might not even need a desktop thanks to this!

In short, its going to feature a proper interface made for your mobile, it's easier to play the game in just any place you could go, the fun will now be at your fingertips any time. Grab the app NOW for your mobile.

If you haven't played Hearthstone, the game will you help you out once you downloaded it and run the application, it will feature a tutorial and its missions to assist you in learning the game just the like the desktop version. Another great feature of this app is that if you already played the game on the computer, your collection of cards and worked progresses in the game will be shared across any device that you use to play.




You can download the app from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, or the Amazon App Store to try it out and have the best of the best of your time:

Amazon - Download Link Here
Google Play - Download Link Here
iTunes - Download Link Here

Useful Link for Beginners - Click Here
Hearthstone: System Requirements for Phones - Click Here







Warlords of Draenor (sometimes called "WoD" or just "Warlords") is the 5th World of Warcraft expansion. It was officially announced on Friday, November 8, by Chris Metzen at BlizzCon 2013 and was released on the 13th November 2014. See also the Warlords of Draenor Portal.

The expansion is set after the events of Mists of Pandaria and takes place on the world of Draenor, the original homeworld of the orcs, prior to its destruction and the creation of Outland. Legendary characters of Warcraft's past, such as Grom Hellscream, Ner'zhul and Blackhand, make appearances.



As Blizzard started testing Patch 6.2 on public test realms, we are looking forward to see all of the new features and content coming to World of Warcraft. First up, they have presented a new key feature called: Timewalking.

In Patch 6.2, Blizzard will be introducing seven different weekend events that will run from noon Friday through noon Monday every week. Two of those events will be Timewalking weekends, in which you’ll be able to queue up for a randomly selected old-school dungeon with a new sort of “heroic” difficulty: When you Timewalk these dungeons, you’ll find that your character’s power and gear has been scaled down to a fraction of what they normally are. For the first time in years, some dungeons you outgrew long ago will once more put your skills to the test.

Timewalking will be available to characters who are level 71 and higher for Burning Crusade content, and level 81 and up for Wrath of the Lich King dungeons. It will open up only during certain three-day-long weekend holidays. While Timewalking, your power will be adjusted down to the level of the Heroic dungeon, but you’ll retain all of your skills and talents. We will also be testing additional rewards, such as a level 100 quest that rewards one Seal of Tempered Fate per weekend, so keep an eye on the in-game calendar.

You can see more about the 6.2 PTR Patch Notes here: LINK
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Diablo III: Welcome to Season 3, nephalem!
Apr 11, 2015 - 1:00 PM - by Orcnet



Diablo III is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the third installment in the Diablo franchise and was released in the Americas, Europe, South Korea, and Taiwan on May 15, 2012, and Russia on June 7, 2012, for Microsoft Windows and OS X. A console version was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 3, 2013. Versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were released on August 19, 2014.

The expansion pack Diablo III: Reaper of Souls was released for the Windows and OS X editions of the game on March 25, 2014. For consoles the expansion pack content was released as part of the Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition version. It was released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on August 19, 2014. Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition includes the original console version of Diablo III and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion pack.





As Season 2 comes to an end and the launch of Patch 2.2.0, we’re seeing lots of anticipation among players for Season 3. In addition to the 10 new or revamped sets that will be available in the patch, Seasonal players will have all-new Season-exclusive rewards to enjoy.

To create a Seasonal hero, select your class, gender, and name as usual, then select the "Seasonal Hero" checkbox on the lower left of the screen.

Sample Picture

Seasons are an optional, recurring game mode that offers PC players the opportunity to periodically start fresh, leveling new Normal or Hardcore heroes from level 1 without any currency, resources, items, or previously earned Paragon experience. Similar to the separation between Normal and Hardcore game modes, Seasonal heroes will also have their own shared stash and Artisan progression. Any currency, materials, recipes, items, Paragon experience, and Artisan progression earned during a Season will be rolled over to a player's non-Seasonal profile once the Season concludes.

Seasons offer unique rewards and new challenges for players, including new Legendaries, an exclusive Transmogrification set only available to those who compete in each Season, and Season-only achievements called Conquests. Progress within a given Season will also be tracked in the new Leaderboard system.

To learn more about the start of Season 3, Click Here.
See the recent Seasons and the overall list in Blizzard's Diablo Wiki, Click Here.
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Diablo III: Reaper Of Souls Path 2.2.0 now live in the Americas!
Apr 09, 2015 - 9:45 AM - by Orcnet



Diablo III is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the third installment in the Diablo franchise and was released in the Americas, Europe, South Korea, and Taiwan on May 15, 2012, and Russia on June 7, 2012, for Microsoft Windows and OS X. A console version was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 3, 2013. Versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were released on August 19, 2014.

The expansion pack Diablo III: Reaper of Souls was released for the Windows and OS X editions of the game on March 25, 2014. For consoles the expansion pack content was released as part of the Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition version. It was released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on August 19, 2014. Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition includes the original console version of Diablo III and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion pack.




Diablo III: Reaper Of Souls patch update 2.2.0 is now live in the Americas region for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One!

I will be separating the different changes from the desktop and console versions here, please click the images inside the tab folder to see the latest patch update for each different sources.



PC Windows & Mac CONSOLE PS4 & Xbox One



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Blackrock Mountain: A Hearthstone Adventure has gone LIVE!
Apr 06, 2015 - 2:06 PM - by Orcnet



Blackrock Mountain: A Hearthstone Adventure is NOW LIVE for the Americas (April 2 PDT), Europe, and China regions (both regions started on April 3).


This is Hearthstone's second adventure that is released during April 2/3 2015. (My greatest apologies for dishing a few days late news, this somehow bump my phone and it soon took me to write it as quickly as now or never)

Blackrock Mountain is a five-wing adventure, with each wing representing a raid or dungeon instance from the World of Warcraft Blackrock Mountain zone, a high-level area inhabited by fire elementals, Blackrock orcs, Dark Iron dwarves and the black dragonflight. The adventure features 17 bosses, as well as 9 Class Challenges and a challenging Heroic mode. By defeating these bosses, players can earn 31 new collectible cards, including 5 legendaries, and 18 class cards,[2] and a special card back.





Players can purchase each wing of the adventure using either gold or real money, with discounts available when purchasing multiple wings using real money. The first wing unlocked April 2/3, with a new wing unlocking each week after that.




To further see more about the game, learn it more by clicking here: Blackrock Mountain: A Hearthstone Adventure
See the game's recent data updates here: Patch 2.4.0.8311
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