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Rikku-FFX-2

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A fun illustration i did of rikku, utilizing all my digi painting knowledge at the time, i worked crazy hard on this for some reason.

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Excellent Rikku

..and here's my new PS3 wallpaper!

Rikku has always been a favorite of mine, and this is an amazing portrayal of her.


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S'really good

Did you have to practice human structure a lot before you got the hang of drawing bodies? I know I can draw relatively well, but people are difficult so I was just wondering if you have tips.



i really like this :]

i've seen some bad Rikku pics in my day but this is a very good one
usually people make crap versions and even the ones from the game are kinda sketchy but hey no ones perfect but yeah....anyways great job :]
im going to favorite this 5/5 10/10 :D


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Great, but not near perfect

The lighting and detail is great.

You could improve on the pose and face; her smile doesn't follow the given perspective. The two arms generally feel very awkward, especially how she holds her weapons.

Lastly, her shoes could use a bit more detail. Compared to the fine detail of the rest of her body, it looks rather cartoony. If the shoes are drawn as she actually wears them, I'd add some texture or something.

Keep up the great work!


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Well done.

Nice work, this looks really great! I needed a new wallpaper. Thanks.


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arvalis
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Uploaded
Oct 17, 2009
8:24 AM EDT
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1300 x 1029 px
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