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3-15-2012 @ 2:24PM
I find TCG artwork a mixed bag. Most of it is really good, but sometimes there are pieces I wonder "Why did Blizzard let them do that, and accept it?"Races that look REALLY off-model. For example, a Human that looks like a Blood Elf, or a Tauren that looks way too skinny. Or even an artstyle which could be from a different game. When you have art for your card game which looks like it could have been pulled from Magic the Gathering, or a card game based on another MMO like LOTRO, with races that look similiar to WoW's races only superficially, you have to wonder why they accepted that.
3-15-2012 @ 3:59PM
A lot of the early art was off, but nowadays the process is pretty locked down and few (if any) "off" pieces make it through.
3-15-2012 @ 6:26PM
Alot of the images I see are from postings on MMO-Champion, which mirror posts the official Blizzard site. Those images I am talking about are probably pretty old, and are just being put on the site.And I know fantasy artists have always done risque images, but there is one in particular I do not know how it got past Blizzard. It's a human female Warrior or Paladin, wearing very tight leather-looking armor, and the design of her armor clearly simulates, for lack of a better word, nipples, and she has a camel toe.
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