All I can say is - pun slightly intended - WOW. Particularly the necklace, as that quest has been vivid in my mind ever since the Burning Crusade beta...and now this is what I will see if I ever do that quest again. Makes me wonder what Vitani's take on Alleria and Vereesa's pendants - as well as all three of them in a single necklace, as they'd been before - would be.
Really impressive! I always like that these Artist's Corners feature work beyond 2D art :)
I really love How she captures the difference between Alliance and Horde style!
i like the style of the alliance mug
Wow... I know what I'm asking Santa for Christmas :D Checked out her shop and I LOVE the "War Torn Tankard". I mean come on it's amazing! The horde potion is so spot on too, feels like my char could actually use it in game :D
That Horde flask is pretty amazing. I like it all, but that flask is calling me.
Oh my cod! I would pour so much beer in this big Alliance themed mug! You are great!
I love all of the detail she puts into her work. Everything looks so awesome.
I love the visceral look of the horde pieces!
He approached the door with trepidation, he was an outsider after all. It was large, most likely made of oak, and had thousands of little notches as though every patron who'd walked through it had tapped the door with the blade of an ax. As he passed through, a wave a silence spread from the table nearest him to the bar at the back.On the wall just to his right there was a line of hooks made to hold all manner of outer wear, so he removed his cloak and placed it upon a barren hook. All he could think of after the ordeal of the past twenty four hours was a mug full of beer and a warm fire, the inn didn't feel very welcoming but at least those goals may be accomplished. Deciding to head straight to the bar he turns and hears a small gasp from an unseen mouth.Having removed his cloak he revealed the emblazoned lion's head on his breast plate. It was old and racked, the vast majority of blue and gold paint having been scored. Anxiety and fear begin to grip him as he takes in the looks on those around. As his fingers slip a slow pace towards the blade at his hip a sole patron stands with a raised mug of blue and gold, the relief of a lion's head on the front."FOR THE ALLIANCE!"
This is really amazing, nothing is more exciting then physical pieces of art. That mug for the Alliance and that necklace is to DIE for!
I really love that Alliance cup. It look like something that could easly end up in the game. Would love to see more stuff like that, especially on my shelves :P
I love it because it's red!
I love the spikes on the Horde stuff.
To be honest - this is the first time i hear about this artist and i am truly impressed. I liked the Horde and Alliance theme but as I am more 'neutral' player - I would love to see more of my favourite Kirin Tor or may be something involving the mysteries of Karazhan.
i love the alliance mug! For the Alliance!
The goblet is amazing! Would need a massively oversized to hold it and do it justice. Great work.
I love the battle scars on the Horde emblems and how proud and majestic she makes the Alliance emblems look. I love how well she creates the various "drinkware". Makes it look fantastic and it's useful too! Even the necklace looks like it belongs in WoW. If I had the money (and she sells them) I'd love to commission a mug with the split Horde & Alliance emblems.
I love the intricacy and detail put into the glasses and mugs! It really adds depth and detail, and looks amazing!
I like the rough feeling of most of these crafts! That necklace is amazing as well!