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All the ladies showing of Paladin Season 8 by AWorger
All the ladies showing of Paladin Season 8
I wanted to see how the armour looked on all the main playable females of the World Of Warcraft races. 
Made using wow model viewer!
Feel free to download this for a reference if you need one!
I used :MamaELM:'s height reference sheet found here: WoW Race Comparison Chart by MamaELM
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Paladin Season 8 Helm WIP by AWorger
Paladin Season 8 Helm WIP
A photo of the mock gem I made to see the size of the dimensions I made up. The gem on the model is a lot wider, but I don't have the option of making mine wider. After some feedback, I've decided to keep this as my proper gem. just fix it up a bit. I was going to commission someone to make it our of perspex, but I'm quite happy with how this came out. Its just stuck together with sticky tape here.
Someone recommended making the gems out of clear Worbla. I would love to give this a shot!

I am crafting a World of Warcraft Paladin armor set: Wrathful Gladiators Redemption, Season 8 PVP armor.
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Paladin WGR wip 30 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 30
The detail layer for the gauntlets was to large to fit on one sheet of 2mm craft foam; bit if an inconvenience. I drew up and cut out another detail design but it did not look right to me (previous photo). Took a bit of trial and error to get the design as close to the skin as possible, while being practical and aesthetic. 

I glued the detail down onto the 10mm foam with silka's contact adhesive.
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Paladin WGR wip 29 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 29
Developing the paper pattern for the top layer of the gauntlets. I've kept my original pattern for reference. I try to label all of my patterns, So I know what version it was and when I made it. Its helpful if I'm trying to find a specific pattern.

I'm going to make the gauntlets out of 10mm foam floor matting - something I did not think I would do. I tried to make gauntlets out of 10mm foam before but they were way to big and bulky. Well, these World of Warcraft gauntlets are bulky so I'm going to give it a crack!
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Paladin WGR wip 28 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 28
Started making the gauntlets for the S8 armor. I don't know if I'll adopt a slip on gauntlet or one that's made in two halves, joined by elastic. I'm lucky here because the gauntlets are made of two different layers of plate. I like the idea of being able to stretch the gloves over my arms and then have them snap into place. It would reduce wear on the rim of the gauntlet too, as I wont be stretching my hand through the wrist gap. For now, I'm just going to hash out the shapes.

Here is a base shape. The paper pattern I used was created in January 2015, when I was developing my Fire Warrior gauntlets. I ended up using 5mm anti-fatigue foam for the Tau gauntlets because the 10mm was too thick, so this pattern did not get used. I keep all of my old patterns, don't know when they can come in useful.
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paladin WGR wip 25 by AWorger
paladin WGR wip 25
Learning how the glove looks. I draw what I'm making as its easier for me to study the shapes and details than simply looking at a reference picture. 

I am crafting a World of Warcraft Paladin armor set: Wrathful Gladiators Redemption, Season 8 PVP armor.
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paladin WGR wip 24 by AWorger
paladin WGR wip 24
I wanted the visor to be able to pivot. Ideally, I would have liked for it to lift up and fold over the forehead armor. But that's to complicated for me right now. I used snap fasteners. This way, they could pivot and dismantle! I put one side of the fastener through the visor, and I put the other half of the fastener through some thick material. I glued the material to the inside of the helmet. The long barrelled part of the fastener, that folds over to secure the snap part, was used to secure the fasteners on the visor, as the visor is 5mm thick. The instructions say to use another part to do this, but that part just wasn't long enough to go through the foam and fold over the snap part to secure it. 

I might even do this technique for the new jaw. The only issues with this type if pivoting, is that gravity will pull the piece down. The object will always sit as far down as it can. This is an issue for the visor I'm currently rectifying with magnets.
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Paladin WGR wip 23 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 23
I wanted the jaw to hinge. I used what I had in my craft room. Chicago screws (aka as sex screws, barrel nuts, barrel bolts) and plastic from a bit of plastic tubing. I cut the tubing in to a 2cm bit then I cut it open, so i could splay it out. I took a heat gun to it and flattened it. This let me make plastic type washers to go between the screw/nut and the foam, so the screw/nut didnt just get pulled through the foam. I've displayed the arrangement I made on the cutting mat. It goes from outside in, screw, plastic washer, plastic tube, plastic washer and then bolt. The plastic tube is there to protect the foam from any bits of thread that are exposed from the screw.

Made from 10mm foam floor mats, 5mm anti-fatigue foam floor matting and 2mm craft foam. Its all glued together with Silka's contact adhesive.


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Paladin WGR wip 22 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 22
I think it looks like a rugby helmet from this angle.

I'm going to remake the jaw because its a bit to small, height wise. 

You can see the forehead plate here as well.
The visor and the jaw are hinged but the rest is static, held in place with Silka's contact adhesive. Contact cement forms such a strong bond, that the bond is stronger than the foam. The foam will tear before the seem does. 

Made from a combination of 10mm foam floor matting, 5mm anti fatigue foam and 2mm craft foam. 

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Paladin WGR wip 21 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 21
The Visor with its detail stuck on. I used contact adhesive as hot glue would have been to thick, leaving lumps under the 2mm craft foam. That and contact adhesive is my go-to thing. I'm sure you can use hotglue for flat bits of detail like this, but I would not recommend it just because of the hassle. 

I trimmed some foam away from the triangle on the front edge of the jaw but its still wonky. I tried shaping it with the heat-gun but that hasn't worked yet either. Maybe my left side just isn't hinged far enough back? Well, that's what I thought would be the most likely cause. But The measurements are spot on. The sides of the jaw are the same length and their placement on the collar is the same. Must still be that triangle...

Made from a combination of 10mm foam floor matting, 5mm anti fatigue foam and 2mm craft foam.

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Paladin WGR wip 20 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 20
Making the detail for the rear of the helmet. I covered it with masking tape so I could just draw the pattern onto it. Since this part was made out of two bits of foam, It did not have a paper pattern to draw straight onto, like the visors. 

Made from 10mm foam floor mats, 5mm anti-fatigue foam floor matting and 2mm craft foam. Its all glued together with Silka's contact adhesive.

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Paladin WGR wip 17 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 17
The jaw is a little off-centre as the triangle topper on the jaw was not symmetrical.

Made from 10mm foam floor mats, 5mm anti-fatigue foam floor matting and 2mm craft foam. Its all glued together with Silka's contact adhesive.

I am crafting a World of Warcraft Paladin armor set: Wrathful Gladiators Redemption, Season 8 PVP armor.

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Paladin WGR wip 16 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 16
The jaw with the back piece and the visor. The jaw needs to be thicker at the front, I may have narrowed it to much when I drew the pattern. The detail took up quite a bit of space. If I just add the detail width to both sides, I think it will work! I need to put holes in the jaw but this version of the jaw does not quite have enough space. Atleast not enough to make it look right.

Made from 10mm foam floor mats, 5mm anti-fatigue foam floor matting and 2mm craft foam. Its all glued together with Silka's contact adhesive.


 
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Paladin WGR wip 15 by AWorger
Paladin WGR wip 15
The jaw with its edging and stuff stuck on. Its not quite to scale and the holes have not been cut into the jaw yet. The jaw is a bit too thin. I'll remake it thicker when I get the motivation. 

The base is made out of 5mm foam floor matting, the edge detail is 10mm foam floor matting and the small detail is 2mm craft foam. Its all glued together with Silka's contact adhesive.

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Desvolstgaph Featured By Owner May 23, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
wow thanks for watch :D
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danielhudson560 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016
Thanks for the the watch I am most honored thank you. I hope your well. I hope you had a nice Christmas and happy new year I wish you all the best for 2016 and beyond.  HAVE A NICE WEEKEND. I look forward to more of your work soon. I wish you all the best take care be safe I wish you all the best of luck and health.. have a nice evening and I am very grateful to you. I look forward to seeing more work soon god bless Speak to you soon  have a nice Winter too and i hope you had a nice Halloween as well. and enjoy thanks giving too. Have great time. i hope your Easter went well i hope your valentines went well too, speak to you soon danny.  
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danielhudson560 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016
Thanks for the the watch I am most honored thank you. I hope your well. I hope you had a nice Christmas and happy new year I wish you all the best for 2016 and beyond.  HAVE A NICE WEEKEND. I look forward to more of your work soon. I wish you all the best take care be safe I wish you all the best of luck and health.. have a nice evening and I am very grateful to you. I look forward to seeing more work soon god bless Speak to you soon  have a nice Winter too and i hope you had a nice Halloween as well. and enjoy thanks giving too. Have great time. danny. 
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Spite-Sire Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2016
Nice art gallery. ;p
Thanks for the llama. :peace:
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Riami96 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2015  Hobbyist
Many many thanks for the watch!
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Steven-Ashford Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2015  Student Digital Artist
thank you for all the time u put into getting these ref sheets. amazing idea and much appreciated by the art community :)
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Isavien Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015
Those reference sheets with armour are superb! Genious work! :)
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dragonnetstorm Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the +fav.
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SarahRieker Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014   Digital Artist
thank you for the watch! 
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Shabazik Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Hobbyist
thanks for the dveiantwatch!
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ChandraHabein Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for the fav! :la:
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WickedZekrom Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks so much for the fave ^^
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callousvixen Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Helloooo!

Thank you so much for the watch! :iconiloveitplz:
I really appreciate it! :iconblushplz:
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AWorger Featured By Owner May 7, 2014
you have an awesome gallery. it would be silly not to stalk you art submissions!
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dragonnetstorm Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a bunch for the DevWatch. Much appreciated. Nice art here as well! Keep up the good works.
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Yinai-185 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
AND THANK YOU FOR THE LLAMA :D 
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buzujima Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014
Thank you for the llama badge! Please have one in return! ^^
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Pheagle-Adler Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
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riot-wild Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
thank you for the watch
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InZane-X Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch~
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TyranneDragon Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the fav n watch! =D
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NIKEwings Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2014  Professional Artist
THank you for the watch! :iconheartrollplz:
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Plejman Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch! :)
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dragonnetstorm Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I thank you kindly for the watcharoo.
Nice art here by the way. keep it up!
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Stereofox Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch, seriously appreciate it ^__^ Have a llama. (:
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