Snow Day Graves
Graves enters each snowball fight with the same enterprising spirit that led to his release from prison, armed with his enormous snow blowing gun and a positive “can-do” attitude. He is determined to win. To put it another way, he blows up a lot of stuff while paying little attention to his own safety.
On December 14, 2016, the Snow Day Graves skin was added to the collection for the first time. It was classified as a Legacy or Epic skin and sold for an exorbitant price of 1,350 RP. Despite the fact that it is a legacy skin, the quality of the model, VFX, and animation are not commensurate with the cost. Unfortunately, due to the fact that it has been placed in the legacy vault, you will not be able to purchase this skin from the in-game store if you are late to the party or weren’t playing the game when the skin was first introduced into the game. The vault is occasionally open for limited runs, and after those runs are over, this skin will be available for purchase in the Riot Store.
It is not clear whether balconies are throwing confetti and flowers into an arena or out into the streets in this piece of Splash Art. Due to the background information being so sketchy and there being so little shown, there is nothing more that can be collected beyond the joy. This background is both depressing and uninteresting to look at.
Snow Day Graves, on the other hand, are intriguing because of the definite surfaces that display extraordinary overshadowing. It is unclear why surfaces are dimly lit with the intention that they appear dark; most of the light is directed behind Graves, but not all of it, and therefore the distribution of light sources appears to be unusual. In spite of this, every surface has a charming appearance, with the exception of the cape, which has such a diffuse appearance. Although the posture allows for a decent perspective on Graves, the shotgun takes up a significant amount of space in the available space. When everything is taken into consideration, it compensates with its outstanding portrayal.
Snow Day Graves exemplifies the tenacity of the Snow Day style, which by this stage has been completely established. The skin can be summed up in a single word, which is where it gets its name from. It has the expected color scheme of golden and blue, with some laurel embellishment over blue cloth and a prominent golden spaulders and shotgun lion symbol. It also has some laurel embellishment over blue cloth. It has all the hallmarks of classic Graves writing and demonstrates the author’s mastery of his craft. Regardless of how brilliant and colorful it is, I just don’t see it as being the Outlaw’s style. The fact that appearances typically take precedence over practicality is not an encouraging sign for the compatibility of the two.