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Title: Adult Tetra, Medli and Aryll
Description: Just some old art of mine...


coinilius - February 22, 2006 02:51 AM (GMT)
I was sifting through my files and came across some cool pictures I did awhile ago - they were for a thread at the LA forums where we were discussing what the Wind Waker cast might look like if we were ever to see them again older... I couldn't resist putting some ideas down on paper.

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Miss Tetra, all grown up and still a swarty pirate queen :) I didn't actually change her look around much from the young her, although her outfit was partially inspired by an earlier Tetra design from the Zelda Box.

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Aright, so I was pretty obviously aiming for fan-service here :P The flower in her hair and some elements of her outfit come from Marin (inspired by comments from the Zelda Box again), and the green outfit is ment to imply that she's following in her big brothers footsteps.

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Someone on the forums suggested a gypsi look for Medli, so I decided to run with that, mixing in some middle eastern and familiar Rito designs. Her head-dress incorporates Laruto's crown-thingie :)




Duke Serkol - February 22, 2006 12:20 PM (GMT)
The "tails" to Tetra's clothes are a nice addition... but why is Medli grey? Spent the rest of her life in the temple away from sunshine? :lol:
Good outfit though.

lameboyadvance - February 22, 2006 01:29 PM (GMT)
...Am I the only one noticing the length (or lack thereof) of Aryll's clothes? ;)



Not bad. Better than anything I could ever do. :)

coinilius - February 23, 2006 02:26 AM (GMT)
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but why is Medli grey? Spent the rest of her life in the temple away from sunshine?


Argh Someone else asked that as wll when I first posted it, and that's the colour Medli is! I even eye-droppered it right off a picture of her!

EDIT: althouigh looking at it, I must have lost some colour converting it to a png, because she is more 'pure gray' in my picture than I remember...

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I wish I'd given Tetra big pirate bootys now, and ditched the 'Triforce' buttons (or at least made them round golden buttons with the Triforce stamped onto them).

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...Am I the only one noticing the length (or lack thereof) of Aryll's clothes?


Heh. My thinking was that grandma had made her an outfit as well when she reached 'a certain age' and that she had made some 'modifications' to it :D

Duke Serkol - February 23, 2006 02:37 AM (GMT)
She seems a pale brown to me, like she has a very light tan.

This artwork was probably scanned with more accurate colors (at least with regard to her skin) user posted image

and this is the best screenshot I could find http://guidesmedia.ign.com/guides/17012/images/medli_1.jpg

coinilius - February 23, 2006 02:55 AM (GMT)
Like I said, she actually has more of a light brown to her in the bmp I have at home...

BTW, that picture I posted wasn't the one I used to get her colour from, that was just one that I garbbed in a hurry to make a point. I used a screenshot from the game to get her colour, in which she was slightly more brown than in the picture I put up before, but also slightly more gray than the artwork picture you posted :)

EDIT: The bmp of Tetra I have has a slightly different skin tone as well to the one that I posted here...

EDIT 2: I was also thinking of giving Adult Tetra an eyepatch originally as well, but decided not to... (although you have to wonder, if Tetra had lost an eye, would she get it back if she [spoiler]was transformed into Princess Zelda again? Distinct physical changes do take place between them, although not to such an extent as regrowing lost appendages...[/spoiler])

Duke Serkol - February 23, 2006 11:41 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (coinilius @ Feb 23 2006, 03:55 AM)
you have to wonder, if Tetra had lost an eye, would she get it back if she [spoiler]was transformed into Princess Zelda again? Distinct physical changes do take place between them, although not to such an extent as regrowing lost appendages...[/spoiler]

I doubt that, yes.




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