i bet she has a realy cool special ability. like sybol atacks.
Her abilities were themed around calligraphy and passively drawing attention away from team mates in combat.
I love this idea very cool
Thanks, I enjoyed it too!
thats what i like to see
thats what i say is a perfect character and drawing.
the sketch really brings this character alive
i feel like the simple/complex thing is the best method
(simple side relaxes mind and complex gives something to think about)
maybe show these for square enix (squaresoft) that makes the final fantasy series, i think they would hire you after seeing this.
I'm glad you like it. Unfortunately Square Enix doesn't hire non-Japanese artists for development. There might be a possibility of one day having them as a publisher, but for their in-house development it would be unprecedented for them to hire someone outside of Japan.
Its a pity
thats a hero that would add some well needed fresh air in the game. Its pretty original and i like the concept, although you should not listen to me. I am a sucker for indian and middle eastern themes. Anyway awesome work, and please keep trying, you never know
I'm certainly not letting it get me down. LoL's Shurima Desert area seems to have a mixture of indian, persian, and egyptian themes going on. Part of my inspiration for the champion was to explore what that might look like in a female champion from the region. I agree there is a wonderful wealth of visual themes to work with in that regard.
No Marketability. Unfortunately, you made a female character with a sense of dignity and grace. Not good for profits in a market dominated by the male ego and libido, they probably figured.
Not much else to say.
I have to wonder if that sort of mentality actually did or did not factor into the decision. Personally, I still think she's quite attractive and feminine, with a very well defined silhouette. You're right though that their previous champs obviously do tend to favor a lot more mammaries on the verge of spilling out.
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