All My Gnomies Gettin’ Their Mog On
Euphyley of WoW Rare Spawns made a comment about the difficulty of mogging a Gnome. As I was replying in agreement, the thought hit me… maybe they are, but I wanted to see for sure.
The outfit in question was part of my most recent Warlock series – the Felfire Set, above.
I think this looks quite good on a Gnome. I think Gnomes usually end up looking best in a robe.
I think the staff is a little too large, and covering part of the robe in this shot, but otherwise, I like it.
The cuuuutest Grim Reaper EV-er. But do not pinch her cheek, she will probably cut you in half.
These four are Effy’s sets from the Azeroth’s Next Top Plate Model. Maybe I should have entered Tøggle. 😉
I think this is one of the better ways to show some skin on a Gnome. However, I am not sure I like those shoulders. They are a tad awkward.
This set actually looks pretty good – except the booties. Those would have to go. lol Rack this up to another pair of shoulders that look good on a Gnome.
I did not realize how cute Female Gnomes are in this robe!
Not bad at all! The shoulders are a lil large, but workable. More proof that the Judgement recolor is just a great set.
Above is an outfit that does not require too much more “compression” – the Windfury Set from my Dwarf.
It suddenly makes me very sad that Gnomes do not have any mail-wearing classes. Damn you, Blizzard!
Here is Tøggle in the Hopeless Romantic Set.
And another cute set of mail! Everyone say it with me: Awwww! How cute! These headbands do not go great with her hair cut, though.
Here is Effy’s Primal Elements Set.
Okie, okie, I agree this one looks a lil ridiculous. This looks like a hand-me-down from a much larger sibling. hehe
Here is my Sunwalker Set from my Tauren.
This set compressed very well. It looks really good, even the shoulders. Every time I see this outfit, I convince myself a lil more that I should just go with the Enchanted Thorium Breastplate. It will be a serious pain to get, though.
This set just looks good. Caeridwen still needs those darn shoulders, though. The chestpiece could use a change for Tøggle, it looks kind of saggy on a Gnome.
I like this one, too. I think she looks good in blue plate. This chestpiece is better than the red.
Not bad, but I do not think I like her in the green quite as much.
This is the Ravenwing Set, from my Druid.
I think this proves this hood looks horrible on a Gnome. The rest of the outfit is okie, but the feathers do not really seem to fit her.
My Hunter’s Black Arrow Set.
Damn, I really like this one on her! Damn it being mail…
Next, my Rogue’s Shadowblade Set.
I like this. Those shoulders are so great. I think if I did put this on a Gnome, I would change the boots to match the pants, though.
Lastly, is my Druid’s Fashionista Set. That is not the official name for it, but the closest I came to considering I never posted it as an official set.
I think it is rather cute on her, but does not fit a Gnome at all. It has a tribal feel to it – it would probably fit a Tauren well. But Gnomes are too interested with machines and inventions, such a primitive look is not appropriate.
So there is a rundown of all the outfits I have created for my characters on a Gnome. Maybe that is the solution – create a nice outfit on a taller figure and put it on a Gnome and change as necessary. It is not a bad hypothesis. I may have to play some more.