Over the last six months, I’ve created several kits around the colours of the rainbow – a challenge which provided the much-needed motivation to complete a project I had started over two years ago. At times, it proved quite challenging because it required more than piecing a bunch of mutually coloured pieces together. However, to stay true to the concept, I tried to make the sets as monochromatic as possible while keeping to a certain theme. This was quite difficult with current in-game limitations since we can’t just dye a piece of armour like Diablo III.
The most difficult colour ended up being the last which was ironic since my indigo kit (created early on) didn’t get used. In the end, I was pretty happy with them, even with an indigo/violet combo. I even managed to tie first place for blue which was a nice surprise, winning a fully grown Grubbs for my trouble.
I always think of Sholazar Basin whenever I think of in-game rainbows so when Kamalia suggested a banner featuring all the colours, I thought it was a great idea. I just had to wait until I posted my indigo concept to complete the spectrum.
I didn’t notice this at the time but if you look closely, the Princess Leia and mooncloth variations alternate.
Wear the rainbow!
A few months ago, I was looking through MogIt when I came across the heroic version of Robes of the Burning Acolyte. Ironically, it was one of the first sets I designed for Jstmel’s ROYGBIV challenge but having one last Princess Leia dress to mog, I decided not to use it.
The Mercurial Vestments are still one of my favourite priest sets acquired from a combination of Blackwing Descent, Bastion of Twilight, Throne of the Four Winds and Baradin Hold drops. However, those championship belts always bugged me so I would definitely opt for a more seamless looking waist and weapon combo these days.
Initially, I planned to use another dress with the Incanter’s Cowl but with the tassel-like design, a clear theme was forming.
Incanter’s Cowl, Vindicator Shoulderpads, Robes of the Burning Acolyte, Gloves of Meditation, Cord of Patronizing Practitioner, Xintor’s Expeditionary Boots, Bloodsipper, Battle Tome
Personally, I’d love to see the dagger from Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time added to the game. Maybe as a rare discovery through Archaeology to make it even more elusive. Now that would be something right up my alley.
With its lush forests and perpetual starlight, Shadowmoon Valley has quickly become one of the most beautiful places of Draenor and it’s not hard to see why. As soon as I saw the weeping willows, I knew it would be the perfect backdrop for Pocahontas.
The portrait was inspired by one of my favourite scenes in the movie where John Smith first spots her through the mist. As you can see, my version includes Meeko and a dress which has been slightly adjusted.
To finish, I thought I’d add a bit of eye candy for the zone itself.