Because the next big screen installation of Resident Evil , Paul W. I rarely post, but since this series has left such an imprint on me one of my fondest memories with my family is playing a Resident Evil video game with my nephews while they were younger — yes, I was the cool uncle , I wanted to share what some of the more talented folks out there have created. The images below are in no particular order, and this list is in no way exhaustive. While they may not be for everyone, the images are definitely SFW.
RESIDENT EVIL Fan Art (JILL VALENTINE) | Resident evil | tadeoquimica | Flickr
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With several best-selling games and blockbuster movies under its belt, the Resident Evil franchise has accumulated quite the fan base, and the artists of the group show their love for the series by creating exceptional pieces of fan art. With Valentine being such a popular character, you can bet gets her fair share of amazing, detailed, and visually creative art. This piece of Jill Valentine fan art , created by digital artist and Instagram user Michelealba91 , beautifully blends rich blue and orange colors to create a unique aesthetic that gives the work its own personal style. Valentine herself is drawn with precision and accuracy; her art is meant to retain the main aspects of her design present in the Resident Evil games while also accommodating the artist's own personal style tendencies. Created by artist Narupiti Harunsong , this piece of Jill Valentine fan art shows her climactic battle with Nemesis from Resident Evil 3.
Only an imaginative mind, after all, could conjure up the likes of Lickers, Hunters and Tyrants, all of which are just as synonymous with the franchise as iconic S. No matter how well-formed an abstract idea may initially seem, however, not always is it the case that a creation successfully makes the jump from paper to screen. Add to Chrome.