Game On! - Soleste V2

By Chiorydax on April 17th, 2016
Race: Human
Gender: Female
Armor: Light
Color: Multi
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This is an update of my previous outfit for this character, in which I tried to make the base black and have the embroidery make a transition from dark blue to pink. Here, I've made the colors brighter, but I've also added an additional element in celebration of the return of Super Adventure Box.

More specifically, I added Scarlet's gloves. While they may seem to stand out at first, they're intended to open up the color scheme to work alongside the various colors of SAB weapons.

All that being said, I don't know if the contrast/mix works or not, so let me know what you think. I'll probably be adding a different outfit that's the updated colors minus the SAB theme, but for now, this is what I have, and I'm pretty happy with it.

As much as I paint Soleste as having a rough background, I also see her being the kind of person who would be into hardcore gaming (and savors every moment in Tribulation Mode).


Hm, I think your dyes scheme works pretty well on the ascended armour pieces, because the have a lot of details and the color can stand out. The shoulders and leggins however miss these many details, so that the color on the shoulders is too dominant and on the leggins the blue is almost not noticable.
I think what you're trying to achieve with the dyes is pretty difficult... I would recomend to switch armor pieces or work with an "easier" dye scheme.
It's a silver for me, but with potential ;)
2016-04-18 8:14

Fashion Guru
Thanks! I've certainly fallen in love with the ascended chest/leggings combo on females. It keeps them realistically covered without seeming burdened by the outfit.

I see what you're saying, though. I figured, though, that the blues are darker, and therefore losing surface area lower down wouldn't be too much of a problem. Maybe that's just me, though.
My thoughts on the shoulders were that it had a comparable surface area for the colored portion, but now that you mention it, I see how the slab of color distracts from the rest of it.
Thanks for the input!
2016-04-18 19:48 in reply to NanaItalia