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You look great and all in this picture but I don't really get why so often when people dress as a female version you need to show more skin which takes away the - what shall I say - The seriousness ish and you don't look as combat fit and badass as the male clothes would.
I really enjoy seeing female versions of male characters in games and such but I'm getting kinda tired of the need to show more skin and alter the clothes in that way. It looks a bit silly to me that a female assassin would dress like that. The female assassins in game looks more equal to the men.
I expect some bashing for this but I felt the need to just say it.
Please. Men and women alike can be "combat fit and badass" regardless of how much clothing they're wearing. You wouldn't fuck with an assassin no matter how much skin they were showing. This is the OPs own interpretation of the character. If it doesn't line up with your own vision, that's fine, but that's an opinion you should keep to yourself. If you want to offer your own vision, don't do it in the comment section of somebody else's work. That's just rude. Draw it or dress as it yourself.
Adéwale has no sleeves and a shirt that shows more skin than this but you don't see anybody bitching about what he's wearing, do you? If you can't take a woman who shows a little bit more skin seriously, it's your own fault. Cheers.
You would not be as protected and you'd have a much greater risk of being badly wounded without armor. I agree with Mandasel, it's not realistic. If I was an assassin, or in any kind of role where I'd be in combat, I would want armor and protection. In a real life situation, women wouldn't be exposing their breasts and stomachs like that. It's just not realistic.
The thing is, assasins don't really wear actual armor. Just layers of cloth and sometimes leather. Cloth will not protect you from swords/bullets/etc. much better than your own skin. The assassin's skill is what protects them. If you're doing your job right, nobody's going to notice you so what does it matter how much or how little you're wearing? And seriously the amount of skin this cosplayer is showing is very modest and again there is an actual canon male assassin that shows more skin than this. In a real life situation, no assassin would actually dress like any of the characters in AC because the game itself isn't realistic. This is cosplay. A representation of fantasy for fun. Stop attacking female cosplayers for their personal choices. As I said above, if you want to offer your own vision, don't do it in the comment section of somebody else's work. That's just rude. Draw it or dress as it yourself.
Okay seriously stop. These are our opinions of her Cosplay, look she has a section asking for critiques, so she's open to all of these opinions, okay? She doesn't need you to defend her.
You want to know something else, while you're up on your high horse? I would do this Cosplay, I love to Cosplay. I think her costume looks really awesome and she did a great job. It's modest enough that I would make this, and I probably will someday.
I'm commenting on the realistic aspects of the costume, I never said if I liked it or not. I'm not being rude in any way here, I never said "Oh this looks terrible, this is ugly, you did so badly!" did I? No, never. So step back. She doesn't need your wrongful defense.
Mm, perhaps you're right. I might have taken this a bit too far over the top. I do apologize. It's easy for me to get heated when I see people make unnecessary comments about how much skin or how little skin somebody should show. I do not believe my reaction was entirely wrongful however when this is a prominent serious issue for females everywhere at conventions and online. Realism should never be a factor in critique btw. It's cosplay. It's all fantasy. How realistic the design is is 100% up to the cosplayer alone. Critiques are about construction, quality, and overall execution of the artist's concept. Personal opinion has absolutely nothing to do with it. Cheers, mate.
Heyyyyyy, i never recalled seeing this part of the Animus when it was loading....the hell? God damn defective product..... *now taking back my copy of AC2 back to the store this instant*!! >_< ....Cool pic! XD