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Dagg is the answer to the unasked question “can an ogre be a subtlety rogue?”, the concept is pretty ridiculous as Dagg shows up all around Draenor disguised as a cage, a plant, and a two headed ogre;as ludicrous as is sounds it apparently works as no mobs seem to see him.
as Dagg is probably the closes thing to warcraft batman, I based this piece loosly off of Norm Brefoygle’s cover of Batman 465 ;which I know is based off of the cover of Batman #9 by Jack Burnley but this comic was very iconic to twelve year old me, as it was not only a dynamic image but the first appearance of Tim drake Robin.
for those who follow me on Instagram , you have already seen this, but as I mentioned earlier i sometimes forget my various forms of social media such as this website…*sigh*
the shadow priest class bodyguard “Talonpriest Ishaal” was the first Bodyguard I used and remains my favorite, maybe I was just spoiled because I wasn’t yet tromping through the Tanaan Jungle. he also comes with quite a bit of lore as he appeared as a pretty major villian in outland, which is why i tried to add a bit of the Skettis village from Terrokar forest to the background.
,I am not a huge fan of Panderians; However Carey likes them and there is only one panderian follower so I relented. for mistwalker monk, Fen Tau
I was going for a “wall-walk” style move a la neo in the matrix.Don’t know if i quite accomplished that but I am now done with panderians (until new ones pop up in Legion)
so far my least favorite body guard, Demonology Warlock, Aeda BrightDawn. I really didn’t plan the layout of this piece very well as you can barely tell he has creepy green and black wings.
I love Combat Rogue, Kimzee Pinchwhistle‘s choice of weapon. the duo-welded wrenches are exclusive to the follower so it is no use trying to find one the transmog. It’s hard to tell but I played around with metallic paint on her “Dame Edna” Glasses. though I think any career as a letterer is never going to happen.
I went in a different direction with Protection Warrior, Olin Umberhide. Rather then focus on his warrior aspects I went with his permanent trait: Jewelcrafting. I guess it was just the thought of a large Tauren tinkering with intricate jewelry that had me fascinated, which I am sure is what blizzard intended.
one of only two possible troll followers, Marksmen Hunter-Shadow Hunter Rala is a bit of a pain to draw as his gear is very unusual, particularly his odd face gear.
these warcraft sketches are quickly becoming a series.
subtlety rogue, Ka’la, was one of my first garrison followers, which she is kinda one of my favorites (at least one of my favorite orcs, of which there are an abundance
I tried to use some contrasting colors to make her red skin pop, I forget that not all orcs are green, especially in draenor… does that make me raciest