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Space general woman. Is she fits?

Posted by GameBalance - December 12th, 2018


Hey guys. I am not that much of an artist who draw humans. And even less I am into military stuff(not at all). So let me know if this makes sense as a space general character. This based on googling for anime generals in white uniforms. To draw the face and hairs I used references of anime and real human photos.

I also have no idea how the other character would adress to the general when they talk. The other character is not a soldier but she is like manager of a science project. And also an operator who interacts with the main character. Whould she say "Yes Sir" to the woman general or what?

There will be another general who is male. And some other characters.

The interaction happens in dialogues. So this shown in avatar frames.

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I believe both "Yes, sir." and "Yes, ma'am" are used in the military when addressing your superior.

I think you nailed the appearance though. I'd suggest to remove the earrings though, since I'd imagine there would be a strict dress code in the military. That's just my suggestion though, ultimately it's your call for that.

My favorite part is the eyes. Well done.

Thanks, I guess I will use "Yes, ma'am". I have exactly the same doubt about earrings! I used it to increase fanciness, appeal. As the drawing is a bit simplistic compare to great artists.

Yes ma'am, maybe? Guess it depends on the main language/dialect though. I'm thinking pretty much anyone would respond with respect, maybe be a little fearful of her, she seems righteous but determined. Not one to stray away from the task at hand.

For not working much with humans this looks really good!

Thank you my friend!

I think they encourage females in the military to cut their hair because long hair makes it easier to grab them. This might not matter if the space general doesn't ever see any sort of melee combat though. I guess this really depends on how feminine you want to make her seem. The makeup(lipstick,& eyeliner?) & earrings make her seem a bit soft for a women of her stature. Great job though.

Thank you!