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6-19-2011 @ 4:39PM
Great post!I do have to ask though - where can I find a full sized version of the draenei art by Kim Tae Kyoeng? Even trimmed down to fit this article, It looks /fantastic/!
6-19-2011 @ 4:44PM
It's in with the World of Warcraft fanart on the original site - I tried to find the original artist's site, but couldn't dig up anything. Beautiful, beautiful piece however.
6-19-2011 @ 4:49PM
Found the full-size image on the artist's DeviantArt page. Here's the link: http://fav.me/d3bghk2He has some other great work on DA as well.
6-19-2011 @ 5:01PM
@Vaeku Yesssss, I've been wondering who drew that picture of Malfurion and the owls, now I know whose work I've been using as my wallpaper for months. Thanks for the DA link.Great article as always Anne.
6-19-2011 @ 5:11PM
Oh maaaaaaaaan it's the guy who did the amazing Malfurion artwork! I'll have to remember to +fave that when I'm not at work.Thank you very much for the DA link. :) And to Anne, for having awesome taste in artwork for her articles! :D
6-19-2011 @ 5:59PM
@Vaeku - Thank you!
6-19-2011 @ 7:27PM
No problem everyone. :)It's a great piece of artwork, and for once it's a MALE draenei instead of all the female draenei wearing skimpy clothing...
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