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8-07-2011 @ 6:35PM
A couple of things:First - Anne, thank you for this article and I really enjoy your hypothetical back story behind "Mists of Pandaria", well done.Second - The images you used for this article, are they Blizz art from WC3, The RPG books, or another artist altogether? (I'm hoping its you since you've mentioned doing drawings in the "Meet the Bloggers" article.And finally, (I think this may have been addressed), with regards to how Kalimdor, Northrend, and the Eastern Kingdoms are shown on the in-game map, has it ever been said if Kul Tiras (as an example) is on different hemisphere or within the same one as Kalimdor or EK but not shown yet?
8-07-2011 @ 6:40PM
All artwork was taking from either the games, the RPG source books, or in the case of the pandaren, Samwise's stuff because he is ace at drawin pandas. Except for the top image on page three, which I scribbled out myself.
8-07-2011 @ 6:47PM
@Anne StickneyThank you for the response and the one on page three is very awesome. You should do some guest art for Blizzard someday... And bribe them with food. :)
8-07-2011 @ 9:18PM
Oh, wow, you did that? Awesome!
8-07-2011 @ 10:13PM
Nice sumi-e work, Anne! That's awesome!
8-08-2011 @ 12:35AM
Ha! I thought she drew that and I was right!
8-08-2011 @ 3:44AM
If that drawing on page three was a mere scribble, Anne, I would hate to see what you do when you are really going for it. The sheer awesomeness would burn out my eyeballs.
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