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1-19-2011 @ 1:27PM
That picture is amazing.
1-19-2011 @ 1:33PM
Was just about to post the same. Incredible art!
1-19-2011 @ 1:41PM
Where is that art from, and is there a high-rez version?
1-19-2011 @ 1:48PM
I figured it out. Full version here:http://www.sonsofthestorm.com/viewer.php?artist=glowei&cat=warcraft&art=33#_self
1-19-2011 @ 3:50PM
It would make a pretty awesome mirror to the one above Lord of His Pack, but one detail added in makes me think the artist wasn't considering what they were depicting, if this indeed was meant to be Genn from the start.Just... a fang ring? Seriously? On a shapeshifter, one who in-game has displayed a marked preference for staying in his human form?
1-19-2011 @ 4:53PM
Oh lordy, Sons of the Storm. I should have known!It really is a beautiful piece of art. This is how I'd love to see Graymane in game.
1-19-2011 @ 6:04PM
So, uh, isn't this use of this picture violating the terms laid out by the source site?From http://www.sonsofthestorm.com/faq.html"All text and images (including artwork, thumbnails, web graphics, content etc.) on sonsofthestorm.com are copyrighted, and may not be used for profit/commercial reasons.• You are allowed to use the images for personal/private/non-commercial reasons such as desktop wallpapers, skins, reference material, etc.• Unofficial Blizzard sites and communities are allowed to feature the Blizzard related artwork of sonsofthestorm.com provided the site is non-commercial/non-business/non-profit and that it explicitly says that the art is copyrighted Blizzard Entertainment and made by the artist in question.• Do not steal or rip the images that have been displayed on sonsofthestorm.com. Respect the artists' creative rights and please refer to the first guideline above.• Linking directly to images hosted on sonsofthestorm.com induces bandwidth theft and is not permitted. For this reason direct linking has been disabled."IANAL, but the top picture is neither attributed to the artist, nor should it be used here as this is a commercial website.
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