Nice variety of poses, really pops out at you. Hope I win so I can see what a male character would look like though lol.
The paladin challenge mode inspired portraits are hands down my favorite! I love the 3D rendered version of them, especially on the very top right human model. Incredible work!
I really love her use of perspective.Some poses are kinda meh, which is to be expected because the pose isn't always the focus, but then you get ones with amazing dynamic poses with very cool perspective.
I like the fact that the artist stays as close to the character model while editing things around it. It just makes it seem more real and life like, it's some of the cleanest art I've ever seen.
Wow! I really like how she keeps the original look of the characters in game while adding flair. Very cool. I would love one of my paladin.
I like that the artwork is clean and tells a story.
I love the way these give off a 2D feel. The lighting is excellent!
Jesus... all I can say about this artist the attention to details. Everyone of them look like they deserve to be in the game. Love 'em all.Win or lose once I get employed again I'm definitely going to request for a commissioned work.
I like the attention to detail on the hair, with a lot of other 3d artists the hair just feels blocky
Tgose are really amazing portraits. Hoping to win the giveaway :p
I love the image of the Undead and Blood elf :)
I would like to see some notorious npcs with this art-style.
Beautiful! Schneissy's work is superb!
Gorgeous style. Just like, holy *!@#. The armor and weapon work in each of them is absolutely exquisite.
Well they look very good, what is there else to say.
The thing I like the most is definitely how the artist transforms the static and somewhat clunky traditional hairstyles that WoW has into something that can be used for really dynamic poses. It's better than a lot of the 3D renders that get thrown around out there.
Schneissy's work is always a real treat to come across. With an engine as Old as Wow, it really is something else to see her approach to some of the older armor sets and give them some neat, detailed '3D' characteristics. A lot of the modern gear has these 3d elements, but seeing them polished, HD and on older gear is wicked.
The void elf in a sweater, in Suramar, eating biscuits makes me swoon.
The perspective, poses, and colours all really jump out! Wow!
This is gunna sound weird, but I like how clean the pictures are. They have a lot of complexity but it doesn't lose itself in it.