by Guezadilla

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Crimson Viper my Entry

I chose C Viper for many reasons, a couple not the best reasons to pick a character but over all I did it cause she seemed like someone who would be fun in the end. I have a lot of respect for people who can play C Viper, she’s high execution and I don’t think I can even be good at being bad at her.

She has all sorts of fun little tricks and gagdets everywhere, and makes sure she calls her daughter before a fight.

Yeah, she’s a MILF by day and spy by night, or would it be the other way around? That’s not what’s important. What’s important is I wanted to show off all her little tricks. Thunder knuckles and flame kicks as she jumps at some villain to beat them up.

I wanted to keep the bright colors to make sure she wasn’t just a stream of magenta hair, decided to keep the background with a city.

As sadly, Viper does not have a stage of her own to base a background off of but she is in big cities a lot.


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by Missy-Tannenbaum

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Crimson Viper her Entry

When I first heard about this project, I was really excited about participating, and, since I signed up in time to do a fan art for C. Viper, who’s one of my favorite characters, that made it even more fun.

As far as fan art goes, her character design is more than cool enough to make any fan art project difficult to screw up, which I certainly appreciate, with the bright red hair and yellow sunglasses being especially nifty,

and as far as playing Street Fighter goes, it’s very satisfying spend a battle making things explode and then ending it all in an attack in seeing the opponent’s skeleton, Looney Toons style. In fighting games, coolness counts for quite a bit, and C. Viper certainly has that going for her.

When it came down to actually doing this art, I was a bit stumped.

I knew that I wanted to cross stitch her, but since the character originated past the point when Street Fighter games had sprites, that made it more difficult to approach.

In the end, though, I decided to see if I could recreate the look of the bootlegged Famicom versions of Street Fighter II well enough to see what C. Viper would look like if she’d been around to appear in the games!

She certainly doesn’t look too glamorous here, but she definitely has an old school look, down to an embroidery floss recreation of the DMC color pallet, and she’d be glad to know that her clothes (as well as the rest of her) were lovingly hand crafted, stitch by stitch, too. It may not be a normal fan art, but it was a lot of fun to design and make.





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