Side 7 Searching Friends
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  Searching Friends — By Catherine Fitzsimmons (Jinx)  
 
Rating: E
Category: Fan Art - Game
Classified: Finished Piece
Filesize: 123.00 Kb
Dimensions: 739 x 418
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  10 Feb 2008 - 14:00 ET
Drawn October 2006 when I first heard Jeremy Robson's reworking of his phenomenal remix "A Falcon, a Whale, and an Unknown Land."

Additional Credits: Characters belong to Squaresoft.

Referenced Source: Final Fantasy VI

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jfong
jfong
10 Feb 2008 - 23:35 ET
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Oo, I really like this one. Excellent coloring job. The girl's hair is beautifully colored. The highlights are placed well! You did a great job with their expressions as well. The off-in-the-distance look is quite fitting for the picture. My only issue is with the angle of the ship/aircraft(?) (Sorry, I never played FF6). It doesn't quite match up with the angle of the characters. Other than that, everything looks good! Keep it up!

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Jinx
Jinx
11 Feb 2008 - 08:12 ET
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Thanks very much for the comment. I did rather like how Terra's hair came out, myself. I'm glad that I had a consistent enough angle with the characters, even if the airship is off. I think a bit of a concave curve would have worked better in this case, but the planks were something of an afterthought, anyway. Thanks again.

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