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Gunner Snow White by Skirtzzz Gunner Snow White by Skirtzzz
Edit: OH boy- well, this was the very first picture in the dressphere series- over 4 years ago now! It's crazy :'0 I finally went back and did some edits to this and gave her some guns! She is a gunner after all- so it's about time, yea? XD Tried to make her a little younger looking too :3 I had no intention of even starting a series, and this was just a random doodle in the beginning. So, she really has no reason for being the gunner. I just love translating character outfits into gunner uniforms. That being said, yes, random for Snow to be in this class, but if it weren't for this, I would never have done the entire series :'D

The sweet, soft spoken Snow White. She traded in her broom for some heat, adorned with tiny apple decorations. Her Poison Pistols really deliver a nasty 'bite'!

Final Fantasy Dressphere Reference

Check out the rest of the series here!

Snow White- Disney
Gunner Dress sphere- Final Fantasy X-2
Texture from ~Inthename-Stock

There have been a lot of people asking me if they can cosplay these designs, and the answer is YES! The only thing is I would appreciate credit and a link back to my gallery here, and I demand you show me all of the pictures so I can cry over them and die happily- that is all! Thank you so much!

Costume ref now available:
Gunner Snow White Costume Ref by Skirtzzz

Check out this awesome Fanfic for Gunner Snow White!

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ashleykedziora Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow first time i like a snow white drawing she looks badass
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Skirtzzz Mar 29, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Awh awesome! Haha, thanks a lot :3
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:icondacoldone:
Um...okay....trying to find something wrong with this...

Nope...can't find anything wrong with this....no complaints at all.

I just hope she managed to put a couple well placed shots in the witch's head.
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Skirtzzz Feb 16, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Glad nothing is wrong with it, lol.
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I dub those pistols "Apple In your eye"
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Skirtzzz Feb 5, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
:P
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IndigoFlamingo Jan 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Gnnnnnnnnnnnnn....ALL of your Disney/FF crossovers are AMAZZZINNGGG!! :iconiloveyouplz: Absolutely inspiring! They all attract my attention with such awe, but something about Snow is absolutely stunning, not over done and one would think it would be hard to work with her primary color palette, but you nailed it. I am just so curious to know, is your coloring style in vectors or painted? Because the line and the colors are perfect and I really want to learn more than my painter style. 
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Skirtzzz Jan 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Awhh thank you!!! I'm so stoked you like this series <3 I really appreciate it!
Ah, for this series in particular, I drew everything in pencil first! After that, did some line cleanup in Photoshop and colored it there. I'm not much of a painter, so this process saves on time for the most part.
Thank you again!
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IndigoFlamingo Jan 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Oh you are absolutely welcome! In fact you got yourself a new watcher from me~ 
So in pencil? Oh I miss drawing in pencil. You make this way of coloring so amazing. Did you have the pencil lines in a setting like multiply or overlay? Any particular brushes you used? Everything is just soft and seamless. 
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Skirtzzz Jan 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Aghh, thanks!! <3
For my layer process, I make a white (multiply it) layer above the line art (and make the line art multiplied as well)- then all of my color layers are right underneath those two on normal setting. Then some minimal shading details. Most of the work is in the line art so the coloring isn't too intense. I hope that helps! :'D
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