“Right; We females are so gentle after all.”
And that concludes my take on the protagonists of the Yesterday Quest serial. I believe a lot of you are quite familiar with my take on its antagonist. ((:
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but I freaking wish I could be one day.
recycled from Tuyet inspired by stylized medieval armor. My main priority was her silhouette with a sleek yet edgy aesthetic in mind-- the shape of lightning.
As such, symmetry was a given in said priorities. I needed Chiara to be a beautifully bad b.
The shape of the spear is inspired by the Royal Halberd from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with the mechanical aspect(Technic) inspired by…
… those dope combat staves from Spy Kids: 3D. That sequence was super cheesy yet so sick. I’ll never forget you, Arnold
Utilized horns and spikes to enhance the hourglass silhouette around a solid waist articulation.
Main armor utilizes the Nuva armor set to emulate a smooth breastplate-pauldron combo, flowing into Technic textures, and finally into the contrasting edgy Nuparu Mahri armor plates to emulate the edgy gauntlet-greave combo-- a balanced set of aesthetics to convey the graceful yet terrifying power of Chiara’s element.
Mask used is Galva’s take on the Kanohi Volitak. The shape of the mask fits Chiara as its jawline flows down to a sharp point from the sleek cheekbones. The Mask is just… really pretty.
My original take was to give her a travelling staff, painting her in the Nomad-Mage light, but thanks for foiling my plans, Canon. Nonetheless, the spear looks good on her. I made it work :DD
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