World Of Warcraft Tauren inspired fursuit head (for a short film project at uni) I recently completed. The head is quite lightweight, features a resin base with moving jaw, hand painted glass eyes, removable foam horns, brass coldcast nose ring and horn accessories, kanekolon braids, a custom sculpted jawset and silicone tongue and abouit 20 meters of long black wefts for the mane.
If you’re interested in a fursuit related comission please contact me through atmosfur [at] me [dot] com!
things that will have happened between kh3′s announcement and release: fallout 4. 2 Pokemon gens, a remake and a mystery dungeon game. A remake of literally every other kh game. 5 Disney animated films. The Deadpool movie. VR gaming. New fire emblem games. 4 seasons of Game of Thrones. 2 World of Warcraft expansions. The entire Hunger Games film franchise. Zelda Wii U + remake. 12 billion Assassin’s creed games. world war 3. the heat death of the sun. dinosaurs rising again. our overdue ice age.
Le livre que tu as le plus lu ? Le jeu vidéo auquel tu as le plus joué ? Le film que tu as le plus vu ?
Le livre que j'ai le plus lu en sont plusieurs, les premiers tomes de l'épée de vérité. Pour le jeu vidéo c'est certainement World of Warcraft. Et le film (ca c'est dur) probablement Lord of War. Merci pour tes questions ❤
I DON’T KNOW WHAT THOSE CRITICS WERE TALKING ABOUT, IF YOU’RE A FAN GO SEE IT, AND IF YOU’RE NOT A FAN IT’S STILL MORE ACCESSIBLE THAN YOU THINK IT WOULD BE
Durotan was amazing; Gul'dan was terrifying; the Alliance, Medivh and Khadgar were all great; the amount of work and detail that went into this is astounding, the scenery and armor and CGI orcs looked beautiful. The way the magic was animated is exactly the way it looks in the game, and the way I always thought it should look in other fantasy movies
I really hope this one does well enough for a sequel, it makes sense to start at the beginning but this isn’t even the most interesting story of Warcraft lore.
I know Varian and Thrall are pretty much confirmed for the future, but I really hope to see my other faves on the silver screen too, like Arthas, Jaina, Tyrande, Malfurion, Illidan, Sylvanas, damn there’s just so much to look forward to if they decide to continue with Duncan Jones’s vision of making Warcraft a film franchise
Project of theDay—WoW MoMis a documentary about Terry Bolt, a woman that uses World of Warcraft as a way of coping with her life-threatening cancer. From there, it moves outward, speaking with other people that have used gaming to cope with illness.