Blood Elf Tyrande – Blue Skin
Tyrande Whisperwind was one of the first few characters released as part of Heroes of the Storm! Tyrande also has a red Blood Elf skin, as well as a blue recolor of the red original one. In World of Warcraft there exists a race called the Quel’dorei, or the “High Elves,” and this skin is homage to those characters.
First debut: Blizzcon 2015
Time spent: 7 months
One of my favorite aspects of the costume was constructing Blood Elf Tyrande’s bow.
Check out my fully detailed build write-up on constructing her bow!
Check out the video guide I created on how I supported Tyrande’s high ponytail wig structure.
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