TUNDRA HUNTER WARWICK SKIN REVIEW
Tundra Hunter Warwick may be a simple re-texture but it’s a reasonably well done one.
Firstly, the white fur looks quite good as its pristine white colour contrasts with its own shading.
The blue eyes are intense so as to stand apart from the fur yet the hue is a good match to the white fur.
The armour is nicely painted in two tones with a fair, though static, bit of shiny touches.
However, the colours chosen for the armour mesh with the fur shading and don’t stand out well.
Overall, Tundra Hunter Warwick is a nice and cheap skin, with a few flaws, but with an appealing look.
TUNDRA HUNTER WARWICK SKIN INFO
- Tundra Hunter Warwick is a possible reference to Sabrewulf from Killer Instinct.
TUNDRA HUNTER WARWICK SPLASH ART
- As a portrait of Tundra Hunter Warwick it gives a good first impression but further analysis reveals a few issues.
- The background is minimal, more than a setting it’s simple filler to avoid a plain dark backdrop.
- Warwick is quite well painted despite his fur looking oily but the shoulder armour seems strange; the perspective just doesn’t look right and colouring is merely passable.
- Still, the worst offender is the placement of Warwick at the right edge of the piece, not even entirely visible.
- This leaves too much empty space and needlessly unbalances the image towards the right.
- The blood drenched teeth and glowing blue eyes are a good extra but they can’t save the piece.
- In conclusion, a good concept with an extremely disappointing execution.