To me it only makes sense. In the comics, she’s a student of Tae Kwon Do. So why not have her put that to use in a fighting game?
She was the first character I drew as part of the character line-up for this game idea. After sketching a few ideas, I went with this pose. It captures her attitude well, I think. And then I drew her in every stage on Clip Studio Paint. (This was before I discovered the timelapse feature in Clip Studio, so sadly, I have no timelapse animation of drawing her, like I do most of the other characters).
I’ll be posting more character art as time goes on. So stay tuned!
If you would like to watch me draw these characters, I do live streams on Twitch on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 pm EST. So be sure to tune in sometime! Like, today even! Of course, I don’t stream if I’m out of town or sick, but I do my best to let you know ahead of time about schedule changes.
This enormous piece marked the first large tattoo I’ve been commissioned to make. I made this entirely in Clip Studio Paint, though the initial concept had been drawn in my Strathmore sketchbook.
I left the edging as-is so the tattoo artist could interpret the border as needed. They can add more smoke, do a fade, or do anything else they feel confident they can do.
If you like this piece, then I hope you consider working with me! I’m available for commissions. I have two sets of rates – one for commercial use, and one for personal use. In this case, this tattoo commission would fall under “personal use.”