Yes, that is a Kyoshi Warrior, or at least a reinvented version. My friend drew a picture of one for a story and I chose to redraw it for her (For better or worse) -- and for those hardcore Avatar fans, there are some obvious faults in it. First, the sleeves are different -- these are more kimono-like rather than the classic ones in the television show. Second, some of the proportions are wrong, despite the many backbreaking hours over perfecting my work. Third. . . Well, I could go on for a while. My point is that I don't want any comments raging over her appearance.
Now, my Instructable is NOT perfect, but there is someone out there who is close to that standard. Should you want to dig deeper into the art of anime, Cynthia2901 is an incredible instructor for such things.
Now, without any further ado, here is my 23rd Instructable.
Step 1: The Base
From here, create the shoulders and head -- generally, males will have a larger shoulder width than females. Relaxed, the shoulders are at an angle. The purpose of the triangle is to measure that slope.
Step 2: Build
Step 3: Do the Details
Step 4: Final Touches
Step 5: Finito
And that should be all, for me. Thanks for reading, and remember. . . When llamas attack, spit back!