Here’s a new Mirana set Dry and I got sculpted out. Hope you like it, should be textured soon!
Mirana mounts are hard to come up with. D:
You people wanted a female Soldier? WELL HERE IT IS, I REGRET NOTHING.
I think that covers concepts for everybody now except the Pyro. My soul isn’t ready to go there yet.
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Something I started this week, since I I’m at home on vacation still and some free time. No guarantees here, but if I end up using her for anything I’ll do some final polish first. c:
Just a couple quick notes on why I did what I did -
Skirt: Helps distinguish her body type from the shorter-but-slightly similar female Engineer. A little heavy-handed on referencing the Scottish aspect, lol. The wearing of skirts was still commonly expected back then, though TF2 takes place right around the time that women began wearing pants whenever they wanted.
Hair: I kept it on the short side so cosmetics can be adjusted/changed more easily, keeping hats in mind this time. It’d be sweet if I could have the hair as its own bodygroup and remove it completely for making new cosmetics like the Dota models, but oh well.
Boots: I modeled everything from scratch except the boots, which are just resized to fit off the original model. Didn’t really see a point v:
Makeup: The late 60’s/early 70’s had some great makeup, and I think it helps balance out some of her character between the masculine and feminine details.
Also, I don’t like the word “demowoman”. I don’t think that’s even really a word. Maybe that’s why I never started on her earlier.
Drysocket and I did a Furtive Frostus gift art exchange this year for Dota 2, and we just posted all the art last night! Everyone would come up with a request, and we mixed up all the prompts and assigned them to people to draw.
We ended up getting over 50 finished and hilarious masterpieces, check them out on our Facebook if you’d like to see them all!
Kangdae was created for the Nexon Sponsorship League Season 3.
The dokkaebi are mischievous creatures in Korean folklore. They’re known to play tricks on travelers and boast their wrestling skills, but are usually more humorous than harmful.
Concept, modeling, and texturing by ChemicalAlia and DrySocket.
Animation by BigTuna and korbendallas.
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