February 21, 2024

An artist transforms Chun-Li from ‘Street Fighter’ into a real person in an emotional Instagram artwork

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the fighter Chun Li She became one of the most famous characters in the fighting game “Street Fighter”. She first appears in “Street Fighter 2” as an Interpol officer who specializes in martial arts.

Lee sets out on a journey to avenge his father’s death, which was caused by M.J. Bison. The character was designed by Akira “Akiman” Yasuda and wore baggy pants. Yasuda decided to change that to make her look more glamorous.

At that time, he created the design that everyone knows today, showing Chun-Li with bare legs and a tight dress. This was important for creating the personality of the fighter, who has many special strikes and combos that she performs mostly with her muscular legs.

In Mandarin, her name means “spring beauty” (春 chūn, “spring”; 麗 lì, “beautiful”). In the West, it is common to pronounce “Chuhn-lee”.

Brazilian photographer Bruno Mora It uses digital painting in combination with Photoshop, artificial intelligence, and various editing software to create realistic versions of nostalgic characters.

He decided to create realistic artwork of the classic “Street Fighter” character, and turn her into a flesh-and-blood person on Instagram.

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