Snow Day Gnar
As with other Snow Day skins, Snow Day Gnar was labeled as a legacy skin that was released on December 10, 2015. For the commemoration of the Snowdown Showdown event back in 2015, this skin was released. This skin was like how the developers took the Siberian Husky and literally made a model out of it. This skin has a thick fur like a Siberian Husky, which is accustomed to investing energy outside in chilly conditions.
Splash art for Snow Day Gnar: The sky is blue, the clouds are blue, and even the ice castle is blue. Blue is without a doubt the dominant color, and few other colors can compete with it. With black foliage and clear snow, as well as more of the same element nearby, some trees resist its dominion. There are just champions to view without some penguins in and out of the ice. The background is mostly filler to give the snow day a place in the scene. The quality of the representations varies tremendously. Not only that, but the champions remain apart from one another, with little synergy or connection with the setting. They could all be alone anyplace else and their generic poses would not be an issue. There are a few outliers, but overall, that is the impression the work delivers.
Snow Day Gnar is represented with vivid colors that fade as soon as the viewer’s gaze is taken away from his hand and left glove. The drab colors make little sense, yet the hunted penguin provides a lovely backdrop for his arrival.
Let’s talk about his new particles for his auto-attacks and abilities. Instead of throwing a boulder when he transforms into huge Gnar, he now throws a large chunk of ice. His bone boomerang has been transformed into an ice pick, which he uses to attack adversaries in his usual state.
Overall, this is just a piece of practical splash art. It just depicts the three champs on a reasonable backdrop. There’s not much in the spotlight that’s fascinating or demonstrates something unique about the champions or the unifying topic. Generally speaking, it’s a letdown.