999 views of Destructive Reach so far! Thankyou for all your support, and I am looking forward to hopefully meeting more people through this blog.
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Nice page! Grats on crossing into the 1000 mark! I have to ask though, how do you get such nice cut outs of your characters? Do you use photoshop? Any tips there? If it’s a trade secret I totally understand :P I’ll definently be stopping by!
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Huzzah an’ happiness! Here’s to 1,000 more pageviews!
Edge, I’m going to bet that Sar uses the WoW Model Viewer. It’s a delightful program that takes all of the model files found within the game and lets you view them outside of the game. It gets used a lot for a variety of different WoW-related things, such as image editing, more than just a few videos, and — of course — filling up blog content. Not to mention that there are people who go through that information to find unintentional leaks of new content, new models, and future edits.
I had a problem with one of the more recent versions of the program, but I downloaded the most recent about a week ago and had little problems. There’s also a huge community on the site that can help you if you have further questions!
Yep, WoW Model Viewer is my very best friend. Shamefully enough, I don’t even have Photoshop yet(I know, I know, terrible isn’t it!), I am still doing all my images with good ol’ Paint. It’s very easy to use (although it can be frustrating sometimes trying to find an item in amongst the zillions of things in there!) and you can occasionally do some interesting things – a warlock riding on the back of a druid kitty is the least of them!
Wow, Thanks a ton! I must admit I have been super jellies (jealous) of yours and most of the WoW-blog community’s awesome images. I have, until hopefully now, been cutting and cropping screenshots >.<’ Im gonna check this out first thing when I get home from work!
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