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1-09-2008 @ 9:15AM
Fantastic graphic connected to the post. The very first time I've ever seen one on a WoW Insider story that my eyes more than slid off. I did a second, then a third take. Perfectly framed, the colors pop as accents and foreground detail. Better than the original from which you cropped it by far.Kudos. [Not saying this because I bonked you on the head in the last RP post. Still can't imagine more than an hour of fun playing or interacting with a gag character as RP!]er... kudos to whoever made it. No idea if it was you.
1-09-2008 @ 10:25AM
Thanks Potato. I didn't take the screenshot, but I did frame it just like this for the post. It turned out to be exactly the right width I needed! It's just lucky it turned out so nicely. I chose it because those kids in children's week are basically the same as any normal non-combat pet, and yet they have no real interactivity with other people around them. I thought it would be neat if some people actually used emotes to have their kids do and say things during that week. Not too much, of course, just enough to make them feel like kids, and not like kid-shaped robots.
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