I've been following Zibartas Cosplay since he showed his amazing mechanical wings, and was disappointed that he didn't win for his Early Mercy. Then I saw the winner Neptulon and that definitely deserved the win. Great job to all though. They are all amazing!Also it's pretty cool that making the con virtual means you get entries from far away places. I saw Malaysian and and Indonesian entries, and coming from the region, I just felt very proud. Don't think our regional cosplayers would generally afford to make the trip to the States under normal circumstances.
Never ceases to amaze me just how wonderful these cosplays can get. (I don't even like Diablo, but that "Lilith" cosplay is superb.)
Will you be posting the details for the talent spotlight entries as I'd like to look them up, especially the first one
Guess I'll be the one to say it if no-one else will. We need an NPC after the late Jarod 'NWBZPWNR' Nandin in World of Warcraft. They did it for other famous people such as Robin Williams and Reckful, so why not NWBZPWNR?
Not gonna lie, I hate to see all of them having to be recluted in home instead of having a blast on stage. Damned virus.Also, the memoriam of Jarod still get me every single time.On the plus side: doggie cosplay.On the negative: cat cosplay.Yes, I'm a cat hater: they are dumb, abussive, and a negative impact to the enviroment.
That Bolvar costume sure is something.
Was Jarod's cosplay in 2013? I thought it was at Blizzcon '18 or '19? Or am I mistaken?
Everyone did an amazing job in all the contests! Although honestly I would like to see the art contest expand to include other forms of art out side of just digital. It would be nice to see traditional art, and hand crafted items. Made with all sorts of different mediums. For example, someone making a crochet murloc, which I know there are people who do, or make something out of wood. Then Blizzard having sub categories for the different styles of art like they do with cosplay. I bet we would see some really interesting, and innovate creations from artists! Right now, anyone with any style of art can enter, but digital has such huge advantages over other mediums it's truly unfair. Two examples are perfect shapes, and any shade of a color your imagination can come up with. If I knew who to reach out to and make the suggestion of doing this, I would in a heart beat, but it's so hard to ever get in contact with the right people for anything.