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10-19-2009 @ 9:48AM
not that it doesn't look cool, but pretty sure the paper frostmourne is photoshopped. My graphic designer sence is tingeling :) Other stuff is nice. Some real craftmanship out there.
10-19-2009 @ 10:01AM
I don't think it is. There are a bunch of other weapons in his gallery.
10-19-2009 @ 10:12AM
Just compare his other models vs the forstmourne and helm...watch shadows, angle (prespective) and technique..no shadow on his back at all etc. Here at work we are 98% sure it is fake (and we get payed to do that stuff :p) . But **** it :) if it is real : awsome! if not : nice try anyways!
10-19-2009 @ 10:38AM
If you click the smaller image, it will enlarge. In the larger picture the shadows are clear and consistent.The details of the weapon itself look "flat" because they are printed on the paper.In the larger image you can even see the unprinted edges of some of the individual paper parts. That is what causes the fine white lines on the weapon.
10-19-2009 @ 3:45PM
It's papercraft; a lot of the finished products look like they've just been transplanted out of the game and onto a photo, but I think that's part of the excitement of them.On another note.... This looks shopped. I can tell from some of the pixels and from seeing quite a few shops in my time.
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