|That's quite awesome, you should never underestimate the power of low level clothes.|
|Really beatiful Chinese look, I love it!|
You managed to pick the few Asian looking pieces in the game and combined them wonderfully
The dyes are really what sells this outfit
Also great screens and a superb choice of weapons, easy gold! ^^
|Really like this combo :) I myself just made an asian themed look. Light armor is much more suited for this! beautiful dyes as well, I really do wonder where you managed to find those lanterns and canthan looking stuff for the screenshots :O is it in a guild hall?|
|Really nice Asian look. I love the typical colours and this interesting armour mix!|
The weapons and the mini are a perfect addition to your overall look and you managed to capture some nice screens.
Good job, Gold!
|Cabalist top. Ornate Guild bottoms. Fan focus. Can I be your bridesmaid!? http://i.imgur.com/fakyCdt.jpg |
Joking aside though, I like to see that someone else also had a similar idea. Admittedly, while I wasn't going for a bridal look and more so a a non-outfit rendition of the Imperial outfit (of which I still need the headpiece DX) I think you pulled off your bride look beautifully.
You chose well with your armor pieces. The little delicate, ornate detailing on the chest and legs really helps to sell the Asian look. I'll admit, at first, I was a bit conflicted with your use of boots but I can see why you went for them as they continue the silhouette of your skirt very nicely. Your choice in headpiece is perfect as a small headdress although it would've been interesting to see it combined with an up-do hairstyle.
The dyes are well done. It was appropriate in how you used varying shades of red for the main colors and gold for the accent. The use of creamy white on her sleeves was also a good choice, evocative of what would be the inner sleeves of her yuanlingshan. A minor nitpick is that I would've liked to see some blue but I can see how difficult that can be with the limited dye slots.
Excellent choice of weapons. I would have expected to see the Crimson Lion staff used here, in how well it would've matched your dye scheme but the Dragon's Jade staff is equally as fitting in theme, and breaks up her color palette nicely. Without a doubt the fan focus brings the look together. Nothing is quite a fitting as that skin for this Asian aesthetic.
Your screenshots are well done. It's a shame the Lunar New Year decorations are only temporary so it was quite clever for you to use your guild hall instead. The decorations in the background leave no doubt as to what aesthetic you're selling. In addition, I was pleasantly surprised in how you used the Musical Lute instrument to represent a Pipa. That extra layer of femininity and demureness it adds is a nice contrast to her battle screenshots. A minor nitpick is that I would have liked to see some screenshots of her interaction with the Mini Mystical Dragon, seeing as how you included it in your details.
All in all, while I think some minor details can be changed to improve the aesthetic this was a splendid look in every way: great screenshots, beautiful armor/weapon combination, appropriate dyes and definite originality.
|Thank everyone for your kind compliments! I did not expect such overwhelmingly positive response \o/|
|Oh hey, "great minds think alike"! xD|
Thank you so much for taking time to write such a long and detailed feedbacks. Admittedly, I went for something to replace the Imperial Outfit as first. It was my original goal to re-enact Turandot, but I couldn't find a skirt long enough for my liking. Your character is so pretty. I've also tried a similar dye job but eventually decided for a pure red look since it's more relatable to the chinese bride. It's also partially why I used the green and blue shades of the Jade Dragon staff and the fan focus to break up the otherwise monotonous color scheme.
My guild isn't big with the whole Chinese decorations - they're all european folks. It's a pity that there is only this little corner to use as an appropriate background. I tried to move some Lunar New Year decorations together and got banned from it as a process, tee hee hee. For the shooting, I even recorded the lute song I had my character play and I absolutely love it: https://youtu.be/kPlwuhy7vXc.
Regarding the mini dragon, it is really cute and complimentary as a pet. I've love it running around with me in the open world, but it's really difficult to photograph well. After carefully selecting my screenshots, I decided to discard the outtakes, but I definitely recommend the mini dragon to anyone who wants to build a chinese/asian character.
|really beautiful asia look! :)|
|Gold! AMazing. Another full marks piece of work!|
I love your stories!