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Black Operations by Shimmering-Sword Black Operations by Shimmering-Sword
The result of last nights LiveStream.

Girls can do BlackOps too :)
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Tearahk Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like the overall design of it, but I might need to make a note that when it comes to black operations you have to be quick, unnoticed, and as discreet as possible. To that effect, the armor for BlackOps needs to be compact, light, and easy to maneuver in. As with reconnaissance and stealth reconnaissance one has to be able to get from point A to point B without drawing too much, if any, attention to ones self.

As I said, the over all design is amazing. The visor is well made for minimal light, the chest and neck armor are very good for both maneuverability and protection under fire, and the arm pieces are linked together for maximum maneuverability. My only complaints are the thigh pieces seem a bit bulky, especially for BlackOps, and the ammo and supply pouches seem a bit too big. Beyond those points, I love the design. ^_^
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Should have put less armor on her thighs and arms. Make it more feminine. :D
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Shimmering-Sword Featured By Owner May 7, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Femenizing armor is against policy :P
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SupermanLovesAspen Featured By Owner May 8, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, I'm only mentioning it cause the wearer IS a girl...
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ForTheLoveofSatire Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011
and more skin means more feminine...that's not sexist AT ALL. :unimpressed: The more impractical the better!
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fulltimegilly Featured By Owner May 7, 2010
How do you achieve that, blueish tint toward the centre of all of your work? It adds an amazing layer of definition and style. Would love to be able to do that..
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Shimmering-Sword Featured By Owner May 8, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
If you have Photoshop it's nothing fancy. Using a levels adjustment layer, you can play with the individual color channels to add color. Particularly the dark ends of the red and blue channels.
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B3W3Rtj13 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010
pretty awesome, like the odd proportions, usually when a female version of any form is drawn, people tend to emphisize the more "female" parts, but you seem to have made a good example of how it can be avoided and still achieve good work. Is there a human under this armour? guess it is not important. nice work!
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Shimmering-Sword Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
In proper realism you wouldn't be able to tell it was a girl. But indicate some boobs or a petite form under the load and it's all too easy.
It is a human, but I messed up the neck/shoulders.
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B3W3Rtj13 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2010
agreed, the neck is out of proportion, but I still like it, in my mind it could be any female creature under there.
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