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Predators by Skarboy
Predators by Skarboy


The two different gender (what I imagine them to be) for the Yautja (Predator)
Some people argue the Female is the bigger and stronger one as no-ones really going t go for an attractive Yautja with her mask off (ew!) but, like humans, the Yautja will be more curved, delicate and prettier than males. If male Yautjas are super strong, why can't Female ones be super hot?! Lol
Tell me what you think plz

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RachaelM7 on December 12, 2006, 7:19:01 AM

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RachaelM7*snicker* People's ideas on the nature of the female Predators has long been a subject of speculation. We have precious few resources that even *mention* the subject - namely the novel AvP: Prey by the Perrys (which I would suspect is your main source of information), and the 12-part comic series, AvP: Deadliest of the Species, where a female Predator was one of the main characters. In that one comic, we didn't know she was a female until one of the scientists said so - she looked almost exactly like the males (and of course they covered up the body parts that would have made gender identification superlatively obvious). Since that particular comic series was the first material concerning the females that I got my hands on (I got the AvP novel several years later), my female Predators tend to be big, burly, and only *slightly* more curveaceous than the males. Those who got ahold of the Perrys' novel first tend to make their female Predators more along the lines that the Perrys described - sometimes bigger, but also more curvy and with distended mammary glands. It works either way, and we've come up with all kinds of fannish rationale for the reasons why some females are more masculine-looking, while others fit a more humanish female phenotype. ^_^

Both of your renderings are good; I get a sense that you're looking at armor details and you're taking the Predators' aesthetic sense seriously. I would judge these two to be human hunters, as they're both wearing what we've come to consider "light armor" (as opposed to the heavy-duty bug-hunting getup). My only concern for your lady there is that as soon as she makes a mighty leap, that brassiere is gonna fly right off. I might recommend that you give it a back strap, or find some totally original, Predator-aesthetic-oriented way of keeping it where it needs to be. I never have bought that "static electricity holds it on!" thing. ^_~