The Hex Factor – Supporting Azeroth United through pictures (winning entry)

The winning entry

The rules and information for the Hex Factor contests can be found in the original post here.

The second Hex Factor contest has come to an end! And what an end – my sincere congratulations go to Mindalena for her stunning effort, shown above.

I was really taken aback by her entry and its quality. It encompasses all the major themes I asked for – Child’s Play, WoW and a reference to AU, and does it in a really great way. Overall, the logo is simple, yet it tells you everything you need to know at a glance. However, it’s the detail where this entry stands out.

Firstly, we obviously have the Azeroth map in the background, symbolizing Warcraft – the whole of Warcraft, at that, perhaps suggesting a united effort. Overlaid on top are the two hands which come together to form a heart – a reference to Child’s Play. While they look great by themselves, it should also be noted that they are different colours, and I took this to possibly be symbolic of the Horde (Orcs are green) and the Alliance (Night Elves are purple) coming together, again going with the united theme.

So again, a huge congratulations to Mindalena – your code is en route! I’d like to remind everyone that the next (third) contest will go live on Sunday, and will end next Thursday – hopefully you’re looking forward to it as much as I am!

Vel.

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2 Responses to “The Hex Factor – Supporting Azeroth United through pictures (winning entry)”

  1. Mindles Says:

    yay 😀

  2. Mirtai Says:

    Congrats Mindles – I likes it 😀


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