I normally don't go any further than favouriting a picture on dA, but I just love how well done this is. From someone that has been through just about every Street Fighter besides the very first and I mean the "II series" "alpha series" *cough* "EX series" "X-men/ marvel/ SNK VS" (MvC2 on Dreamcast). Seeing the '94 anime movie as well, when it came out in '94 on VHS and my handel is taken outright from Steet Fighter. I even have a little "G.I. Joe" Ryu figure as well as a 6" Ryu and Sakura and promotional hologram controller...
So when I say you have done this a great service, I mean that as a dedicated fan of all things Street Fighter. I think this is would be worthy of CAPCOM to be used as a promotional image.
The model has done a fantastic job, as well. I can appreciate what it takes to do action poses, over "safe", easy to do poses. There is not an inch of her, or a single pixel out of place. I would buy a print of this.
bro i'm an oldschool gamer too i've grown up with street fighter II in the arcades... and have been playing every game since even to this day i still play em all on my PC huge fan here we should play these together some day
Definately. I've already got a pair of PS2 Style controllers for PC for the very purpose. I plan on getting arcade style controllers down the track as well. Speaking of old school and arcades. I remember going through 20 cent coins on Street Fighter II and Alien vs. Predator to going through 50 cent coins on X-Men vs. Street Fighter and Dragon's Lair II. Dragon's Lair is another favourite and probably the first "Quicktime Event" game ever (1983) Both Dragon's Lair and Street Fighter II classics have graciously made it into this decade in HD and portable devices. I used to be able to play Dragon's Lair games blindfolded, too. Now that they have arcade accurate releases again I might be able to reclaim that glory. So many people have rage quit that game because they didn't understand what "quicktime" was back then.