|Date Added: February 6, 2010|
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Description: "Wesker... you're PATHETIC.” That is the common phrase that you hear this chic say every once in a while. Remember when I said I was going to submit a lesson on another Resident Evil character in an earlier tutorial? Well here it is. I am going to show you “how to draw Jill Valentine, step by step”. She is one of the two main protagonist from the game series and a very popular one too at that. Her good friend and partner is Chris Redfield and together they become rivals of their captain and former employee from Umbrella, Albert Wesker. Jill is better known as being the hard core level headed female that is both tough and skilled. Before she was a B.S.A.A. Operative, she was a member of the S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team in Raccoon City. Many of you many not remember Ms. Valentine, but I can assure you that she has been a substantial character since the first Resident Evil release. She was the main character in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis which takes place after she had retired from S.T.A.R.S. and later went after the pharmaceutical company “Umbrella Chemical Inc”. Her common or more recognizable appearance is her wearing the typical combat uniform and beret. In the third series of RE, she is dressed in a blue tube top, black mini skirt, brown knee high boots, and a white sweater wrapped around her waist. In all of the series and movies, she is always seen sporting a short hairdo. In the movie version the human female that played Jill Valentine did an excellent job coming across as her game character. She even wore the same clothes, and had the same hand gun. I love the way that she came out, and I especially love how pretty her face looks. Learning "how to draw Jill Valentine" is a delightful way to end your artistic day. Have fun guys because I am now leaving this description so that you can tackle the lesson. Peace peeps, and happy drawing!