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Old 20-01-2003, 03:09 PM   #1
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Default Final Fantasy X-2 hot suits... :-)

This is my first attempt of Rikku's, nice "pantsy"... :-)
If i learn enough i may create the whole character! :-)
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Old 20-01-2003, 09:40 PM   #2
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Hiya.

"scrunch up" the yellow belt pouches a bit. They seem too "rigid", like they don't have anything inside them, and they are brand spankin' new. Thats my first suggestion.
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It'll probably be a little hard to tell until you get some legs in there.
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I'd angle the pouches so that they look like they are attached to the belt.
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you need to widen the lower part. lets those sweet legs in there.
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I hope this is better...guys sorry but for now no legs! :-)
I don't have many experience on 3d or maya...so i need tips..
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