You guys. I’ve wanted the Necrology Robes for my Warlock forever, but it’s so ridiculously hard to get that I’d considered it out of my reach — I just don’t have the patience for that kind of grind-farming.
But I was posting random junk from my Salvage Yard to the AH, and I checked the armor listings just to see if there was anything interesting up, and there it was. And, thanks to my Garrison income, I could even afford it.
As you can see, this is my Alliance main that found it, so my Warlock will have to wait until the account-wide Wardrobe in Legion to actually use it — but that’s okay, because I think I might want to use it with her Artifact weapon, anyway.
Yeah, I ship it.
Oops, looks like I forgot to color the handle of Nomi’s knife. Maybe it’s ivory or bone or antler instead of wood😛
A lady at church was wearing a pretty netted shawl that I wanted to draw, and it seemed like the sort of thing that a Pandaren might like.
This finishes up Spring Break Art Week and all the art I had in my backlog, so the next time I want to post art, I’ll have to have drawn something new.
I drew the lady first and imagined her with pale skin, ebony hair, and a deep blue dress. After I drew the gent and put a monocle on him, I couldn’t help but see him as a sort of elvish version of Peter Wimsey — and then the lady needed to be like Harriet Vane, with a golden complexion and a wine-coloured frock.
These elves don’t necessarily have to be from the Warcraft setting; in this dress, they probably fit best into that setting as High Elves visiting Gilneas during the early days of the Alliance.
A Frostwall worker and a Lunarfall worker about to come to blows over who has the best claim to the Garrison Resources each was sent to acquire from the same location…
I thought about just leaving this lineart uncolored —
— but her shirt needed to be bright construction zone orange.
I haven’t heard anything about the progress of the Blizzard Watch Patreon coloring book, but in the meantime, From Draenor With Love has been providing its Patreons with occasional coloring pages to enjoy! Thank you, Stacey!❤
Rather than just coloring the characters as they are in the comic, I decided to do a palette swap. Wrathion turned into a red dragon… perhaps even Rhea’s last egg.
My printer was not printing black correctly when I first tried to print this coloring page. It just printed outlines of all the lines. After cleaning the print heads a few times, I got a better print. I kind of liked the look of the one that was just outlines, though, and I’d been having trouble deciding whether to color in marker or in crayon anyway…
The lineart for these pictures is by Stacey Landry. I just did the colors.
A quiet domestic scene featuring my Orc Shaman and her mother — or my Orc Mage and her daughter. Although I kept my Orc Shaman around for a very long time for sentimental reasons, she didn’t survive my most recent fit of roster pruning.
The cactus apples quest in the Valley of Trials and the related prickly pears cooking quest in Orgrimmar inspire me to think of Durotar as being rather like southern Utah and Arizona.
Though I haven’t ever managed to get very interested in playing a Night Elf, I do find them fun to draw. This is old enough that I hadn’t yet quite grasped just how long Night Elf ears are and was still drawing them like Troll ears. I drew these portraits to play with coloring Night Elf skin tones. From left to right, Kerithian the Hunter uses the Crayola crayon color called Orchid, Keriluna the Mage uses the Crayola crayon color called Lavender, and Kilannas the Druid uses the Crayola crayon color called Purple Mountains Majesty. Of these three characters, only Keriluna still exists.