Also, Tris may have lived in the country, but her "farm" was right next to a city block and she had her parents and her brother do all the work for her.
Katniss? Katniss has to fight to survive. Her father is dead. Her mother is bed-ridden. Her sister is a little girl. Katniss had to hunt animals for meat, grow her own food, chop wood, run up and down hills, do carpentery work, suvived the chaotic madness that are storms.
And all without the luxuries that Tris had available.
Katniss is strong and muscular because she had to push her body to the limit every day not only to survive, but also to provide for Primrose and her mother (what IS Katniss' mother's name, anyway? I'm guessing Canendula).
Katniss doesn't need "Dauntless training". Her whole life before Prim was reaped was the "Dauntless training".
Hey! I don't quite understand what your comment has to do with my drawing, but I'd like to try and reply anyways! I don't get why so many people have to compare these two novels all the time. Just let Divergent be Divergent and Hunger Games be Hunger Games! In my opinion, these two are completely different novels (apart from the love-triangle and the dystopic setting)! Divergent was written by an other author than the Hunger Games, so comparing them is kind of unnessecary from my point of view. It's like saying "The mortal instruments is the new Twilight!", just because the genre of those books is the same one. Just let book be book and don't get into comparing the lifes of book-characters from different books that much! Anyways, I hope I helped you!
Both books are great for different reasons. They are not at all alike. Tris has to discover that her world is just based on lies and not even a world at all. iKatniss has to discover the cruelty and the lies in her world.
This is great! C: I love this drawing especially, and the series. There is one thing I want to point out, and maybe I'm a bit OCD for noticing this but -aren't the ravens on her collarbone supposed to be facing the other way? "I touch my collarbone, marking the path of their flight-toward my heart. One for each member of the family I left behind." Just a thought. Otherwise, though, everything's great.