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Tifa Lockhart

Tifa Lockhart

Tifa Lockhart by Cerberus_Lives
Tifa Lockhart by Cerberus_Lives


After seeing some superb pics of Tifa as a curvier, more realistically-shaped woman drawn by Mooncalfe on, I felt inspired to try myself. Hope the Tifa-fans approve!

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Category Games » - by Publisher » Square-Enix » Final Fantasy series » Final Fantasy 7 » Tifa Media Other digital art
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stillcruisin on March 12, 2008, 8:09:51 AM

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stillcruisino yeah very good.. i like how u showed the whole process.. what programs u use for colorin?

Cerberus_Lives on March 12, 2008, 10:09:40 AM

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Cerberus_LivesPhotoshop 7

linkistheman on November 7, 2007, 6:19:28 AM

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linkisthemanwow I love the proportions of every thing and love this style!!!!! faves!! and the first sketch to final product looks really cool do one of ivy!!!!!!!! 

Cerberus_Lives on November 7, 2007, 8:07:36 AM

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Cerberus_LivesThanks very much! Yeh, I'll try an Ivy pic once I get myself a new sketchbook! :P

all-around-gamer on November 7, 2007, 5:52:16 AM

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all-around-gamerOnce again, great job on the face. When I first looked at it, I imagined, that I was above Tifa looking down at her. In that case, you'd be looking in an angle covering more of the top of her boots.
If the angle was meant to be looking straight at her, then her legs probably should be longer. The figure drawing rule of thumb is to have the distance from the top of her head down to her crotch be equal to the distance from her crotch down to the bottom of her feet. As the image is right now, she is still extremely hot.
Not that there is anything wrong with how you drew her, that's just how people generally percieve how people should look.

Cerberus_Lives on November 7, 2007, 8:04:19 AM

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Cerberus_LivesYeh, I'm still getting used to different angles and I agree this one is a little off. It was supposed to be a 'looking down from above' shot. Glad u still like it, though! :D

Trinity_Fire on November 6, 2007, 5:53:25 AM

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Trinity_FireI'm not sure what I like better; your initial sketch or the finalized photoshop version. *______*
Both are amazing imo, and I love the shading and coloring. :)

Cerberus_Lives on November 6, 2007, 9:06:24 AM

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Cerberus_LivesThanx Trin :D Yeh thought I'd show the diff stages I do when producing a pic, just to mix things up :P

Choco_Chick_87 on November 6, 2007, 4:44:41 AM

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Choco_Chick_87Hmm...interesting...i like the concept but I think that a few things got lost in the transition from sketch to finished picture. (not that I'm one to talk...) I like the angle but it kinda makes her look too short and stocky- especially in the legs. Also, her hair seems a bit chunky, and the tips are blunt, not ending in fine points. other than that it's fabulous! Love the shading and expression.

Cerberus_Lives on November 6, 2007, 5:10:59 AM

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Cerberus_LivesYeh, I agree about the hair, kinda missed that one :P As for looking stocky, that was the idea - I wanted to draw her much curvier than you usually see her, so I deliberately made the legs chunkier than normal. I wanted to portray her as a much more full-figured woman, which would then make the massive breasts make sense! Anyway, thanks for the com! :D

357 on November 6, 2007, 4:19:54 AM

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357Nice as usual! ^_^

Cerberus_Lives on November 6, 2007, 4:33:31 AM

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Cerberus_LivesThanks! :D