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It’s been a while since I entered a transmog competition but I was curious to see if I could do this one justice while helping someone out in the process. Samaramon wanted to create a set around the Tabard of the Hand so I focused on a cloth mog (as we both play priests).
At first I wanted to use the Sanctified Crimson Acolyte Robe but it turned out to be a little too subtle for the orange accents even with the Mantle of the Preserver and later the Mantle of the Ternion Glory.
Then I wanted to see if I could pull off a pant set but I wasn’t sure if Sam would be into that.
After a while I decided to try the Vestments of the Avatar which incorporated more golden tones together with the priest tier shoulders.
That reminds me, I need to go back and farm that staff.
In the end I went for something quite different featuring the Royal Gown but I’m not sure if it’s a bit too close to another competitor’s entry (which I happened to notice earlier).
Ariel happened to be the first character I created for my Fairy Tale collection but I always wanted to go back and improve on the image – like I did with Red Riding Hood a couple of times. Then after she was featured in a recent Once Upon a Time episode, it reignited my desire to have another go.
The Vestments of the Shifting Sands (as seen in my Armed and Dangerous series) was the obvious choice but the bottom half was another story. My first thought was to use the Robes of Insight but the green highlights from my Tier pants seemed to be a better choice. But what’s a mermaid without a tail? Special thanks to Linzee777 for allowing me to use one of hers.
Now if only we could have a magical bracelet which gave us a tail whenever we wanted.
In World War II patriotic solider Steve Rogers recipient of the “Super Soldier Serum” became the living symbol of freedom, Captain America. Left for dead while frozen in ice, the star-spangled hero with an indestructible shield awoke years later to continue his never-ending battle for liberty.More on Marvel.com
After watching today’s costume contest at Blizzcon, I was inspired to work on another Super. Captain America also happened to be on TV tonight so I thought I’d give him a try. Both cloth and plate were used in this set.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of my Super Sunday series :)