wow! i like you wow work sooo much!! would you be willing to join my world of warcraft group? it's called WowCrafters I really hope you decide too, because your art would very much we welcomed and appreciated there
Oh, thank you. You don't recognize me, do you? I was a member on WMV forums (the girl who wrote a tut for 3dsmax) and I also posted some artwork on XIAN forum. I'm not sure if I've ever given a link to my Deviantart profile though.
That will open a new menu, so you'll be able to choose the settings (I just hit the "Export all to *.tga" button, that format preserves the alpha channel which is essential for certain objects — hair, ripped wings, etc.)
I'll be looking forward to seeing it I've posted a beginner's tutorial on the old WMV forum, but it seems the owners have revamped it, wiping the Tuts and Guides section in process. I think I might post that guide here if I find the original *.doc file, but it's 20-something pages long... If it still exists
WMV is WoW Model Viewer, a program that allows you to browse game models and export them to 3D applications. If you don't have 3sdmax or any other 3D software, you can simply edit the WMV screenshots like most artists .
Pretty flipping cool! I couldnt tell if it was a WMV edit, a painting or a 3model. Looks like a bit of everything really. Great talent. I like that this has a reflection/shadow to it on the floor and they arent just left.. floating there.
Thanks for your comment. These are actual game models exported to 3dsmax using WMV. The final image was edited in Photoshop (I painted their faces and hair, especially the guy's; I think he looks a bit like Nicolas Cage ^^). So yes, it's everything combined