HUMAN RYZE SKIN REVIEW
Human Ryze biggest virtue is clearly showing Ryze’s multiple tattoos.
As a re-texture not much else is accomplished; just differently coloured clothes.
The aspect isn’t bad but after a while the tattoos are no longer interesting and so the skin becomes a simple re-colour.
Considering its status it’s not a bad collector’s item nor is it worth worrying about missing it.
HUMAN RYZE SKIN INFO
- Human Ryze is one of the four Collector's Edition skins, the other champions with this distinction are Alistar, Kayle and Annie. It could only be obtained by pre-ordering the retail copy of the Collector's Edition.
HUMAN RYZE SPLASH ART
- As a simple re-colour of Ryze’s old splash art there isn’t much to appreciate here.
- There practically is no background, only some magical energy oozing from Ryze to frame him.
- His portrayal is simple and rather cartoon-like.
- The shading isn’t bad, as some attention was paid to shadows and reflections, but the depiction shows obvious problems with proportions and perspectives.
- For instance, his legs and arms look too thin and short while his body has muscles out of place and his head is too narrow.
- Furthermore, Ryze’s skin colour doesn’t actually reflect the colour in-game.
- In essence, a terrible splash art that is not only past its due but also doesn’t even serve as a faithful portrayal.