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Janina - Princess of Jade

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May 8, 2017 | 2:09 PM EDT
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drawwithjazza
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leslegendaires
jadina

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Author Comments

This is my entry for the may 2017 Draw with Jazza contest.
I've drawn Jadina from the french comic book and short novel series "Les Légendaires". She might not be well known enough among english-speakers for this entry to be taken into account, but she is very well known in France, and this series is very important to me because it's what got me into drawing, so I hope that it will. I drew it with sketchbook pro and a wacom intuos pro.
Link to screenshots (english text in bold) :
https://www.wattpad.com/409474249-sketch-away-dessin-2-jadina

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CKCreativeCKCreative

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yeah really like this


K9-Tales responds:

Thank you!


elizagrantelizagrant

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I LOVE THE COLOURS i mean i love the colours well done i hope this at least gets showcased (i have actually voted on every piece in this tag and this is really good)


K9-Tales responds:

Thank you so much! Your review will probably keep me smiling all day.
I think this is the most ambitious piece I've ever done on digital, so I'm really happy how it turned out, though I know I've still got a lot too learn.
You voted on every piece in this category? That must have taken ages! When I looked there were over 1000 entries in the non-scouted portal!


Greevin82Greevin82

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really sweet. What program and what brushes do you use to do skin/leather textures?


K9-Tales responds:

Thank you!
For the skin and really most of the whole thing I used the standard Sketchbook brush set (in Sketchbook Pro), which is the core set of the program (the first brushes in the pro and non pro version's menu). I did a base colour layer, then added one and shaded with the standard paintbrush. Then to get the different textures I just used the "round smudge tool" at really low strength to blend and move the colours around.