Vulpina the Lieutenant
VULPINA THE LIEUTENANT
¿Why a female fox? 

Foxes are considered to be one of the most intelligent animals in the world. In Western culture, fox is considered a very sagacious animal and is used as a symbol of cunning in many folk tales.It developed with the feminine gender because I want to show that women are not inferior as has been demonstrated through the history of human beings. We have the ability to demonstrate that we can do things well without brute force. In some situations we are more intelligent and more astute than men according to scientific studies and both can be anchored in a concept. 
Character Analysis 

For the investigation of the character I took into account the references of the serious '' The Lieutenant '' starring Maria Fernanda Yepes, a Colombian actress who admired a lot to stand out in the role impeccably. The character of The King Of Fighters Leona Heidern for his ruthless personality and for being part of a military team called Ikari Warriors led by Heidern, his adoptive father. I also relied on referrals of female soldiers for the gestures and in the military uniforms that exist in the world to extract the color palette in relation to the context. The scenarios handled handle a color palette with sepia colors, among them are the greenish and brown tones. Although in the uniform can vary between shades of blue and red. 

Items: Helmets, uniforms, weapons, grenades, bullets, among other elements ... 
Physical characteristics: Serious, sometimes they appear with painted or dirty faces or with wounds in some parts of the body but their corporal attitude demonstrates that they never surrender before their objectives.


I am very grateful to Professor Michel Verdu for the tutorials. I hope to put them into practice to continue learning.
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