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Old 01-14-2014, 04:39 PM   #1
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STRIFE - Minerva, Jennifer Wuestling (2D)



Title: STRIFE - Minerva
Name: Jennifer Wuestling
Country: Germany
Software: Photoshop
Submitted: 14th January 2014

Minerva is a psionic warrior from the plane of Vorbis
It's a character artwork I made for the new moba game by S2 Games, Strife.
Closed Beta is open, if you're interested visit the website www.strife.com or their facebook page
I've been working on artwork for the game throughout the year, so you can look foward to see more of them uploaded here!

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Interesting. Talk about skin-tight with that body suit. It's both sexy and almost creepy (leaves little to the imagination; don't know how she would feel comfortable walking around in, basically, a purple second skin; but your highlights on it are really good). Her left leg (the straight one) should be a bit further down (her straight knee should be slightly lower than the bent one). Although I do like how you did her legs in general and I like the armor-like sheaving around her legs and thighs. Her face, though, loses some shape and looks too cartoony in comparison to the body (you made the contour of her face too smoothly egg-shaped, and it's contrasting against her more three-dimensional body). I do like the design of her hair, though, and that cape and weapon makes her silhouette look more dynamic and interesting. Her breasts seem almost on the small size and too high (or rather the stretched material over her chest makes one boob look drooped and the other like it's support; it's a subtle thing). I also like your cast lighting and the blue nimbus around her. Overall, it's a really cool piece with lots of strong elements. Keep it up. Great job.
 
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