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27 October 2010 @ 10:23 pm
The Lady in Waiting  

Orihime Inoue is a lady that demands a second look. With her innocent silver eyes, delicate lips, and that long, silky orange hair, this girl possesses an effortlessly attractive beauty that is a cross between an angel and a princess.

I couldn't resist vectoring such a fine looking scan. Before I always found it hard to vector characters in their kimono, especially in extravagant ones, but Orihime pushed me to do it. I'm pretty impressed with her character design her. She totally fits the part of a noble Japanese woman in the past. And I just love the hair.

 Vectoring the hair was a bit difficult since it's all over the place, but it was fun coloring it and adding highlights. The patterns on the kimono are made from brushes. I adjusted the shape dynamics and made them scatter. Oh, by the way, I'm not good at vectoring flowers, so pardon me if it came out strange. But the Iris/Ayame is a really pretty flower.
 


Lady Orihime Inoue by ~jczala on deviantART
 
 
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Running on Coffee and Schadenfreude: [Bleach] Temptation's a womanarcadiasilver on October 27th, 2010 02:34 pm (UTC)
I think its amazing that they chose Orihime to represent Murasaki Shikibu, of all people. The world's first novelist is a pretty high honor, especially in Japanese culture.

The vector looks very clean, nice work!
Super Nintendo Chalmers: Orihime IIstrawberries_85 on October 27th, 2010 02:35 pm (UTC)
It actually fits quite well when you think about it. Orihime has quite an imagination, I'm sure she could make use of this in writing if she wanted to, huh?

Forgot to add: the vector looks very nice, there's a lot of detail there, I don't know how you have the patience for it. XD

Edited at 2010-10-27 02:36 pm (UTC)
jczala: Hollow & Princessjczala on October 28th, 2010 02:03 pm (UTC)
Yes, it's a high honor for Orihime to represent one of the greatest novelists in Japan.

I'm glad you like the vector.