That's right, folks -- you could do better at BlizzCon 2010 than a Three Worgen Moon T-shirt. No, we're not going retro on you and suggesting you turn back to the original Three Wolf Moon tee. What you need is something more au courant, like the Three Dragon Azeroth from MagicalMelonBall at DeviantArt.com. Sadly, this cataclysmically excellent design isn't actually available for purchase on a T-shirt ... Still, we felt the design represents a worthy upgrade from its howlingly lunar predecessor.
Ready for more fresh takes on art about Azeroth? Join us after the break for a buffet with a little something for every taste.
Orgrimmar Tabard from kodama_girl at WoW Ladies. (Thanks for the tip, Ruth!)
A feel for feathers
It tickles my fancy that this stunning boomkin necklace comes from New Zealand biologist and WoW.com reader Billbee of Khaz Modan (US). This life sciences professional obviously has a feel for the feathers, wouldn't you agree?
Billbee's boomkin pendant was only her second jewelry creation ever, crafted during a class at a local jewelry school ( "unfortunately, on raiding night," she adds). "For the moonkin, I drew a picture of how I wanted my pendant to look," she writes. "This was then transferred onto a sheet of silver (actually, the paper was stuck on directly with double-sided tape). I then cut out the outline with a jeweler's saw and did the same with the other layers and things like the feathers and toes. Then they were all soldered together, and there was a bunch of filing, sanding and polishing to get to the end result."
One cool sis
Are all sisters as cool as Ethyreal of Thaurissan (US), who whipped up this felt Horde iPhone case for her brother Shroomvii's birthday? We think not. Happy birthday, Shroomvii!
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