Resource Spotlight - July 2021

frostwhisper

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This summer we're raising the temperature with some of the Hive's hottest assets
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Ragnaros by @Murlocologist
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Core Hound by @Explobomb
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Pillar of Flame, Conflagrate, and Flamestrike by @Mythic
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Molten Giant and Druid of the Flame by @chr2
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Honored to be mentioned and highlighted like this! Great work on all the other assets, shows true love and passion for the game.

Edit: This inspired me to work on something new. Realized there is one species in the Warcraft lore that lacks a Warcraft 3 model.
Gonna set up a base model for it, next up after finishing the current stuff people are asking for :grin:
 
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Kyrbi0

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Honored to be mentioned and highlighted like this! Great work on all the other assets, shows true love and passion for the game.

Edit: This inspired me to work on something new. Realized there is one species in the Warcraft lore that lacks a Warcraft 3 model.
Gonna set up a base model for it, next up after finishing the current stuff people are asking for :grin:
WIND/EARTH ELEMENTALS RIGHT?? :eek:
 
The models put the skins to shame, unfortunately.
But that says more about how sick the models are than how "bland" the skins are.
These are blatant lies and modeller propaganda! :p

Jokes aside, I honestly think the skins look amazing. I prefer the skins to the models actually so I guess it just comes down to preference as the quality in all of them is undeniable like you said :)
 

Kyrbi0

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Premier products as far as I can tell. Soapbox: I'm still baffled that 'hobbyists' products rival or maybe even surpass those created by a publicly traded company.
To be fair, hobbyists are rarely working under the kind of restrictions/deadlines/management that the actual game companies are. They're also (generally) purely pursuing their own ends, rather than trying/having to work together with a group to come up with cohesive assets.
 
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