I absolutely love that you draw women (as well as men) with different body types. It's really and interesting and refreshing to see so much diversity. I love the slightly stocky and muscular figure on this character.
People always tend to notice same face syndrome with artists, but I also take notice of an artist drawing the same bodies. Thanks for ackowledging this, I didnt know if anyone else had noticed. Hadnt seen you posting much, hows school been going for you?
Simply awesome! I love how you've put a great amount of detail into her as well as the rest of your artwork.
I also like how you added some of your own creativity to this realistic style, particularly on what's now a dagger and the saturated skin. It seems to give her a more relaxed look in contrast to how I typically draw her.
Overall, I love this piece and its unique depiction! Thanks very much arvalis for doing this commission!
I'm not sure why the part of her top by her thighs would be ripped unless she ripped it or people grabbed it. Cause to be ripped that high, if someone slashed her there would be a rip in the pants itself. Just wondering.
Her given name is an unusual one. In her story, she actually loathes and rejects "Meth" because it was the name her abusive stepparents addressed her by. After she started living as a nomad, she chose to remain nameless.
I probably should've said this over two years ago; sorry for not informing you all sooner.
I changed her name to Nikita. In retrospect, "Meth" sounded strange outside my head and I felt like it was a poor choice of names. I've also revised her story a bit so that her personal name preferences no longer play a major part. Overall however, Nikita's story of her violent upbringing and unstable behavior remain the same.
On a different note, I want to thank arvalis for inspiring me to draw my character with a more realistic skin color.