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M-Officer-Female by GarretAJ M-Officer-Female by GarretAJ
A captain's uniform is more like a full suit of battle armor. Each piece offering features that would protect your VIP in the case of a fire fight or a sudden hull breach. One part uniform one part battle armor and one part space suit.…
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DarthSithari Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014
She a cyborg or a robot?
GarretAJ Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
WildSpaceSaga Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Why does this make me think of Honor Harrington?  
GarretAJ Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
no idea. Never heard of that person.
WildSpaceSaga Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Honor Harrington is a character in a series of futuristic sci-fi novels by David Weber.  Look up the book, "On Basilisk Station."  :)
KnightofSpades Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
would be cool if we got to see her with her uniform on.
TFSakon Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2013
That honestly makes quite a bit of sense.
Lord-Kothless Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013
It's beautiful.
terricon4 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013
Overall I quite like the look of this design, from a visual standpoint it work quite well to hold ones attention and focus it towards her head while giving off the important person vibe, while not being 100% combat suite.

That said from a functional approach I'm having some issues.
1st. I see nothing that would cover her head in a hull breach, no slide up face mask on the torso section, or anything in the hat that could seal over her head and connect to the neck section.

2nd. The torso armor while being fairly good from an aesthetic standpoint, wouldn't be very functional like that. As it stands it looks a lot like one solid form that wouldn't allow any flexibility, the second plate down on the section that begins to narrow after heading down from her torso could be a recessed thinner plate that allows the rest of the armor to slide over it (allowing basic movement), or each section individually could have a larger "crack" between the plates, that would either require fairly large cracks or still hinder flexibility a lot though. Best option would in my opinion be to have the higher plates not directly join the lower ones at the waist, but rather slide over them while being solidly fixed to the plates above them. That latter most would in my opinion probably be the best to keep the visual feel you've got going, though mixing it with the first in some ways would offer some pretty interesting options.

3rd. Does she have anything to cover her upper arms?
GarretAJ Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I left that for the shoulder armor to handle. Glad you like it.
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