Urf the Manatee is a skin that may look disgusting to some and hilarious to others; depending on personal taste.
As far as its execution goes it’s a noticeable change of look that makes Warwick larger yet isn’t particularly striking.
As a concept it’s sensible enough for an evil werewolf but heavily reliant on Urf as a joke.
In consequence, Urf the Manatee is a skin dedicated to those that embraced the April Fool’s entry of Urf as a champion; because it brings ...
Grey Warwick is an alright re-texture that is a definite change from the classic look yet not a particularly engaging one.
The armour is painted in plain blue and the fur is coloured in two tones: grey and red; which is actually nice.
Regardless, as a whole Grey Warwick looks rather dull because of the subdued and drab colours.
In conclusion, Grey Warwick is a modest skin that isn’t worth any kind of effort to get yet it’s not so horrible that it’s ...
You might recognize these wolfish feet but from the legs and up it’s a whole new Warwick.
It’s as classic a werewolf look as it could be and it’s also quite stunning thanks to its conception.
Warwick’s design has many facets: the fur has several tones and good shading, the back shows huge claw scars while the expression of his face is very explicit.
Furthermore, the shackles are detailed adornments that imply a broken restraint that matches his visage.
Big Bad Warwick is quite a straightforward skin: it’s Classic Warwick wearing a granny dress, hat and glasses.
While the concept also draws on Little Red Riding Hood, the execution is as direct as it could possibly be.
Therefore, Big Bad Warwick’s allure largely depends on how much you like the Big Bad Wolf reference and its execution.
This is a skin that gets the job done but with as little work as ...
Firefang Warwick is a skin that gives a great first impression that is able to hide most of its flaws.
The first noticeable thing is the flames over Warwick’s body.
They are a pleasant addition that masks the fact that Warwick’s body is unchanged from the waist down, except for textures, and that his chest is quite strange: his pectoral muscles seem flattened and extended in an unnatural way by the armour.
At least the skin furthers the fire theme with a new ...
Hyena Warwick is great skin from concept to execution.
To start with, the model is finely crafted: the fur is detailed, the punk clothes are carefully designed and the armour is dented and well strapped.
Even the expression on Warwick’s face is a good match for his funny hyena attitude; this attitude is affirmed by his frequent bouts of hyena laughter.
Moreover, the new animations are a great bonus; especially the Blood Scent running animation.
To sum up, Hyena ...
It may seem overkill to cover a werewolf in armour but no one can argue about how dangerous that combination would be.
Marauder Warwick provides the Blood Hunter with multi-layered plates to keep his fur safe while prominent blades on his gauntlets make sure he slashes without survivors.
The armour looks effective, but the exposed paws, tail and, more importantly, neck makes one wonder about what ideas the blacksmith had in mind.
While the superimposed layers look ...
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 ...