SCVI Talim Edits


[12] Conqueror
I'm back with more Talim Alts!

The first one is my favorite. Now I had a hard time what to call this outfit. However, I decided to call it after a meme.

Talim the Barbaric, Dark-skinned Lesbian.


Holiday Talim


Ivy's Assistant Talim


Talim Recolors.
By order Coconut Talim, Violet Talim, Sweet Talim and Nature Talim.


The first two I had help recoloring were a family member choose a color each and I had to get creative. The first one was tricky because they just seemed so bizarre. However, after a while I love the end result. Also, Talim reminds me of a coconut for some reason hence the name. The second one was a tad more easier, but I decided to give Talim violet hair for that alt. I think it makes her look really cool. Sweet Talim is in response that I find Talim's official third alt to look fugly. So I gave Talim a more natural pink look. I also took off her hat for that one. Finally, Nature Talim just happened because I was bored and I have to say that the colors go well on that outfit on her than the default colors.


[05] Battler
I had been too lazy to take screenshots lately, but here's a pair of Talim edits; the first one was obvious enough — classic Sakura from Street Fighter Alpha 2:

As graceful as a cherry blossom…


I couldn't get the poofy sleeves, though; it seems "extra" equipment aligned with shoulders count as "high" equipment" where as the top is "middle" equipment — so if one gets destroyed, the other is likely to remain… which is just awkward looking.


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Of course before any workout you need a proper warm-up!

Sit ups are important for a strong core!

Cartwheels are good for coordination and balance!!

This one actually makes me feel dirty. Is anyone else reminded of Flashdance?
…okay, so the last one's kind of cheating considering Namco-Bandai put her in the gym uniform themselves.

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[09] Warrior
Talim's pretty fun to make outfits for. I've never been so happy to have this annoying little munchkin in a game before.

As of right now, the only outfit I'm comfortable with showing off is this: a simple outfit for Talim that I designed to be a bit more martial arts focused, while still retaining her color palette and the airiness of her outfits this far.

I like all of the individual pieces of Seong Mi-na's outfit, but don't like how they come together. The Seong Shawl and Seong Loincloth look very cute on Talim. The dark blue accent came from a want to accentuate the V shape of the shawl without drawing attention away from the necklace and being too homogeneous with using red/green/white because all of those colors were already being used (and I felt black would look too out of place for a cheery character). I'm not 100% convinced on it, but it serves it's purpose well enough.
This outfit was originally going to use the Tonfa weapon, but the gold accents of the Dancer's Breastplate paired well with the Side Harpe more than I was expecting and it stuck. I even added a bit of gold on her legs to accentuate it further.


A closer look at the gradient of her pants, which are supposed to subtly emulate a grassy field, and the pattern (eastern 12) on her ribbons, that I felt perfectly emulated a swirling wind.

Overall, I like this outfit a lot, and it's usually my go-to when I occasionally get the urge to play this game.

I have some other Talim alts in the pipeline, but they are old, unfinished and/or ugly at the time of this posting.


[09] Warrior
Since Talim is my main in SC6, this means I need to make sure she has many outfits to wear.

One of the outfits I had in mind for Talim split into multiple versions. The original idea was an exercise to base an outfit on items and patterns I don't use too often, which leads us to these.
Short slops look like oversized bloomers, which look pretty cute on small characters Talim and Amy, so I figured that would be a good place to start. I settled on dark blue-mers with western 19 and pairing them with leggings or long-boots with a reddish-brown western 12 pattern and things kinda stopped there for a while because I couldn't decide on what to do afterward.




  • Honestly, I don't like the use of the warrior's belt here, but it was the only hip item that was large enough to hide the clipping of the country tunic and short slops. I still like as an accent to break up all the blue, but I really could've gone for a wide sash or something. Unfortunately, patterns on metal objects still look odd to me.
  • The green ceremonial sleeves were the last things I added. I knew I wanted some yellow accents on her arms to compliment the purity knit hair ribbon, but I was struggling with a secondary color. I decided on green because of Talim's green tint on her hair that she has on her default design, which I also used here.
  • The cut of the seong sarong combines really well with the cyclone boot sandals and I'm surprised I've never seen it before. I was going to originally use the gladiator boots, but they were too thin and bulky for my liking.
  • I used crescent moon as a hairband because I didn't like how badly the zephyr hair accessory clipped with the purity knit hairstyle, and I didn't want to change it so late into the design.




  • battle maid outfit i guess???
  • The sanctified leotard is what made me separate the two outfits. It was a happy accident when I was throwing stuff together but I love how it looks here. I love how the metal collar and cyclone necklace combine to make an ornate neck piece with minimal clipping.
  • Also, in quite possibly the best example of clipping working in my favor, the metal straps at the stomach sync perfectly with the parlor blouse, making it look like accented pockets or something. I feel like it adds a bit of class to the design.
  • Unfortunately, not sold on the color of the sanctified leotard. I felt that any color other than the off-white I went with would throw off the color palette, but I still think there's a better option somewhere.

I absolutely adore the cyclone necklace. I wouldn't call it my favorite item in SC6's CAS, but it manages to sneak it's way into every Talim outfit I make.

As an aside, please let me know if the colored text for the in-game item names and patterns are annoying or not. I tend to use the official names for items (which gets annoying when talking about the same item with different names in multiple games) and I decided to color it this time because I think it helps to communicate what I'm trying to do with an outfit, but I don't know if it actually does or if it just looks dumb.


[14] Master
cyclone necklace
Honestly, Talim just isn’t Talim if she’s not wearing it. It would be like Amy not wearing lace and boots or Rock without some sort of dead animal adornment.

And I like your highlighting the items, adds a bit of flair. :sc2tal1: