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Eternal Sailor V - Crescent Flash 2 by mishihime Eternal Sailor V - Crescent Flash 2 by mishihime
Looking back at my drawing over the past week... 

Eternal Sailor V - Crescent Flash by mishihime

I decided to use some of the comments you guys left me to make some changes. I hope you like it. Probably the most notable change is the inclusion of Sailor V's goggles.

Artwork & Fuku design (c) mishihime
Sailor V (c) Naoko Takeuchi
Please do not copy or post my artwork without permission.
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TanithLipsky Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
geo-girl Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Professional General Artist
This is a great image. I love how you made the clothes still looks like sailor v just a little different! Check out my eternal V [link]
TheLadyMoon Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
I had never watch sailor moon but I like your style :3
mishihime Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. :heart: The Sailor Moon anime is a little outdated and corny sometimes... but the Japanese manga comics have a very deep and beautiful story. You should read them someday.
TheLadyMoon Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013
Ok :3
gonzalossj3 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i love minako is I like most the sailor senshis
MoonPrisem Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What do you mean by "most"? What ones don't you like and why?
Sugar-Senshi Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012
It's so shiny! I love it! The colors are great! :D
KonekoTsukino Featured By Owner May 16, 2012
This looks really good!
Siroh32 Featured By Owner May 9, 2012
I feel very two-sided about the inclusion of her glasses/goggles/mask/[insert-your-term-here]. This is odd, because I suggested it would've been better had they been included, but I think this is because I'm a bit nitpicky and I tend to get blabbery as well. (Dangerous combination, I know.)

On the one hand, I want to pick apart that it isn't some perfect rendition of the iconic mask Sailor V wore in her original form. Rather than thinking that it's an imperfection of an attempt to replicate them (since not everybody can or chooses to replicate the anime and/or manga styles), I thought that it was a deliberate change. In one way, I still want to see how they originally were (right down to the three pointy ends on each side; yours has two).

On the other hand, you did manage to bring back the mask (goggles/glasses/etc.; is there even a mainstream term? I even used "Goggles" for a while). And even though it is not the same, it is very close. By being very close but not the same, it suggests that it too has become part of the evolution of the outfit while also staying true to what it is, and I like it just as much as the original look of the mask (and the rest of Sailor V's original outfit).

In the end, I'll have to lean positively, not just because I don't want to seem contrarian for the sake of being contrarian, but because you did do wonderful work, even with the mask. I thought the original was both graceful and striking with it's pointy ends, and while you kept it's looks, you managed to lean on the former.

I also managed to notice some other details, like the star on the chest ribbon containing a symbol. In comparing with the previous version, I noticed the compact was more apparent as a solid object, but here it's glowing so brightly.

One thing I've noticed in both versions of your design (but failed to mention before) is how the skirt looks. There's nothing truly wrong with it (so I wouldn't suggest truly changing it, or not changing it that much), but the impression I get from how it looks and expands outward is akin to an umbrella. This is further reinforced with the inner and bottom-most layer of the skirt being transparent (akin to some umbrellas looking that way). Just a bit of a notation.

I know the Eternal Senshi forms are supposed to look a little less like a Japanese school girl uniform, but I thought it was interesting how you chose to take the skirt as opposed to how the others did it. It covers up a bit more, though! (Less chance of an embarrassing moment.) :)

All in all, I like the improvements on your design.
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