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  1. Macleod
    14 June 2016 @ 2005

    Love it, nice use of pieces I don’t normally give consideration to when making my outfits. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Ri'ann Dor
      15 June 2016 @ 1312

      Thank you, I’m glad you like it! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Sisqi
    15 June 2016 @ 1043

    I’d mistaken her for a Jedi at first. The helmet took that confusion away although I think the outfit without the helmet would work for a Jedi as well.
    Love the last pic with the moons lined up behind her.

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    • Ri'ann Dor
      15 June 2016 @ 1324

      Yes, I wanted the outfit to be kinda neutral. My warrior is getting close to KotFE in her story and is distancing herself from the empire. So I wanted something that is neither really Sith nor Jedi looking. I also like the original blue color of the chest and wanted to use it for a long time (+ it fits the Vorn Tiger so well).
      But the outfit dyes very well and you can easily push it more into a typical Sith look with black/red or black/purple dyes.

      Thank you! I’m very happy with how the Ilum pics turned out. The glow effect of the helmet is awesome! ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Sisqi
        17 June 2016 @ 0210

        Maybe you can write on the forums how you pick your scenes for your screenshots? I struggle with that a bit. Only Baddba comes close with a bit of a story in the screenshots I made for her. I would love to hear more about your creative process in that regard.

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        • Ri'ann Dor
          17 June 2016 @ 0642

          I’m afraid I’m not very good with words and I have a hard time explaining how I create my screenshots. I know it won’t be very helpful but it’s really nothing I think too much about as it’s much more an intuitive thing. As you can see from my earlier submissions I also went through different styles and it’s always as much trial and error than anything else really.

          The only tips I can give is to always keep an eye out for nice backgrounds while questing (especially on planets with good lighting: Tatooine, Taris, Voss etc.) and to try to capture your character in motion as that creates much more interesting pictures than static ones. Very important is also the angle you choose, having the camera angled slightly upwards facing your character shows more sky and somehow looks much more natural (in a lack of a better word) than the standard downward angled camera.
          What has helped me personally the most is to use a separate software for screen capturing (I use FRAPS) and bind the cap function to a key you can easily reach while moving your character. Try running, walking, use of different skills to get your character moving and repeatedly press your screen capture key. I take like two, three hundred pictures in a couple of minutes. Most will be terrible but a few will be good or even great!

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          • Sisqi
            17 June 2016 @ 1044

            two, three hundred pictures? Okay, gotta work on my patience. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for that explanation though. It helps.

    • Bastardodcadena
      2 July 2016 @ 1812

      helmet makes her sith… with out helmet is jedi… ยฟdark blue maybe is more sith?

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  3. Caitlin
    5 February 2017 @ 1323

    bt4 AND a brilliant and original combination of rarely used armor pieces?!! I love everything about this *hearteyes*

    one of the best flowing outfits i’ve seen, and with pieces i almost never see anybody combine. the choice to keep the original blue in the Regulator set while dying out the weird pink/red it has on its own was an excellent one. also, A++ use of environment and mount choice to really bring out that gorgeous shade of blue in the outfit!

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