|I really like the bacpiece in combination with the elixier gun on the screens, that´s a really clever idea!|
Reading your description I don´t quite feel the sketchy/pirate theme, mainly because you chose such light dyes; maybe try some less plant-y coat and go more in the direction of browns, beiges and some darker greens mixed in if you wanna keep that?
|I actually quite like this! It has a very cartoon sort of feel to it, with the greens contrasted starkly with the whites. It's a bit too clean though for a "sketchy" trader, she looks like she's wearing a freshly washed lab coat, more fitting for a scientist of sorts. Maybe tweak the theme a bit, I love this nostalgic two-tone neon color scheme.|
|HI! Thank you so much!|
And well, I'm a roleplayer with around twenty pirate characters, so I have the 'classic', grungy pirate theme in plentyof variations already. Ahona here? I wanted a Sylvari with Celestial as the base dye, who subverts a few tropes, in look and personality, so it's my intention to have her not look like a typical pirate. But thanks for the input!
|Thank you as well! Well, as I already explained in my previous reply, she's supposed to look clean and un-piratey.|
(And well, she *is* a scientist, as in, an alchemist)
|Maybe you should add that in the description then, so it´s a little less misleading for the unknown onlooker :)|
I still think that the dye job is missing something, like a third dye for accentuation, anything to make it more interesting to look at and less bleak
|Touche - Looking back on my description, I probably should give a little more information.|
And yes! I might work a purple dye in, to fit the chemicals in the backpiece and the gun.
|I think that would be a great idea! Looking forward to seeing the alternative version then :)|