|29 May 2002|| Nico Danell|
Wow... Nice angle, and great colouring! If I was her, I'd wear a push-up bra, though. Though I suppose that would defeat the purpose of prefering men's clothes. Or something. I shouldn't be allowed to comment when I'm this zonked. I like the beer glass, by the way... It looks amazingly... Beer glass! ...Okay, I'm going now. Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "The beer glass was a last minute addition, actually. Her right hand was looking a bit lonely..."
|30 May 2002|| Nico Danell|
*L* Piper, you just can't win with this guy. Your male generals have to be old and bearded, while the women apparently need to be delicately feminine.
I personally think the anatomy is superb... It doesn't look unnatural to me. And even if the nose isn't aesthetically pleasing to everyone, I think it looks good.
Wheee! Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "I haven't got anything against delicately feminine women... it's just that I severely doubt that one of those would persue a career involving sweat, bloodshed, and unladylike conditions."
|30 May 2002|| Bowen Jacobs|
(Okay, harsh comment coming, please don't hate me)
Actually, I've got to say that I'm non too impressed with this one. Her nose looks big and very un-feminine, and I don't like how close her mouth is to the nose (also, because it's so small it makes the nose look bigger) And too be blunt, everything below her neck just doesn't look natural.
Surprisingly enough, I do like how her mug of beer looks. Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "Hm... so in other words... the parts I based off of several studies of a live model look unnatural, while the part that I whipped off the top of my head looks the best? My word.
I have to disagree with you about the nose, though. Whoever said that she isn't supposed to have a "big" and "un-feminine" nose? She's a General, not a fragile Princess..."
|2 Jun 2002|| Lex|
Do you know who she sorta reminds me of? Judeau, from Berserk - it's the nose and the half-lidded eyes, methinks.
I like her face - I have no problem with the nose at all. I think her hair is especially great (what a pretty colour - not straight red, more auburn). But yeah, her left breast looks low, and the collar of her shirt is off - it's aligned with her jaw rather than the front of her chest, like the material's been twisted over her shoulder. Overall, though, I think its a great picture. Based on your description she sounds really cool
(but what's her first name? Or am I venturing again into Spoiler Country again...?
) Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "You know, you're right. That collar IS doing funky things that it shouldn't. The model I based this off was nude, from one of my classes this semester. Which means that I had to make up all the clothing folds, and -that- was not a wise call on my point. Next time I use a model, I'll make the model actually dress up like whoever I'm drawing. That way I won't make up dumb, twisty collars.
And yep, her first name is indeed venturing into Spoiler Country! "
|7 Jun 2002|| Rae|
Hmm...as females in real life have big noses then so do I believe that prospective vid-game characters should have as well. It makes them feel more REAL, somehow.
I like her. She is definitely NOT classically pretty but I sort of feel that adds character to her face. I think that if you ever do make this into a RPG, Setsuna, I would definitely enjoy playing around her. Alice R. M. Anderson
replies: "Exactly! Why does every single RPG woman have to be a drop-dead gorgeous stunner? Can't we have just one more or less plain woman who is outstanding because of her personality and accomplishments?"