Faith from Mirror's Edge. Uses more colors than my usual work, but I'm happy with the product.
I gathered as much but it seems kind of alarming that theChannel wrote "looks like hair D:" as if that was a horrible thing considering that that's the normal state of a female human.
generally good picture, but that`s no Faith.
The issue isn't that there's hair there, it's that it's supposed to be shading and is reading as armpit hair.
What's so wrong with armpit hair, guys? Faith not conforming to your idea of what a woman should be?
I think it's unlikely you won't place this week :]
I love this game. I don't think you've quite caught her likeness though.
Also, in order to remove her armpit hair, get rid of the dithering and make the shadow follow the contour of her arm.
Amazing, shadows looks great!
Amazing job ^^
Awesome, thanks for all the help.
Looks nicer. I did a slight edit by using some of your existing colours on her fingers,by putting them on the bag. Also got rid of the brownish red that was too similar to the brown:
One more time, then, I guess. I adjusted the palette again and added one more color for the shadow of the hand, so hopefully this time it'll stick out more.
I agree with cure. Either more dramatic or go back to the 17 colour version.
Will be voting for this regardless.
eh, the shift isn't really enough to notice, I'd personally make it more dramatic or just save the extra colors and revert to the previous version.
also, cannot unsee the armpit hair :P
Took your advice, the difference in mine is less dramatic, though. I messed with the palette a bit to get it down to 18 colors.
Dont darken her arm pit so much, looks like hair D:
Good job though
nice edit, stickman. i think it makes a big difference for the piece.
I absolutely adore this game. I would have made the difference of her hand and the reflection a bit more obvious.
A very dirty edit!!! But it's an idea although it bumps your colour count to 22:
I think I fixed all the issues you mentioned here. Better?
I don't get that reflection.
face doesn't quite fit her head (eyes seem far-spaced, mouth could probably drop down a pixel, what's chin and what's the underside of the jaw is a little hazy). the glare could be rounder (speaking about that straight bottom line), since it reads more like the sun behind her than a glare on the glass, being that it doesn't interfere with her reflection as in the reference.