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Author Comments

My latest OC : Gia. Still working on developing my style. Had fantastic feedback from Sorajya and am working to hone my skills and coloring techniques. Unfortunately, I have no idea what to do for a background, I am incredibly un-interested in drawing out a complicated BG that would take as long or even longer to render than the figure. Anywho, Enjoy!

And sorry for the distracting watermarks/logo know how it is.

© Joshua Stephens 2014


I would love to see this colored. I love just about everything about this. My only critique is that either her right leg looks a little thinner than it should or her left leg is bigger than it should be. For my own curiosity and artistic growth, what did you draw this with? If photoshop what brush are you using (size, flow, and shape)?

Dessinmaitre responds:

Thanks! I don't think it comes across clear in the line art, but her left leg is larger because it is upturned to show the inner thigh. The thighs are rectangular shaped if you will, being that the sides are thicker than the width that you see in a head on body shot. The other leg is being viewed head on so it is smaller. I am not using Photoshop hehe I am using a program called Manga Studio. I am using the default G-Pen provided in its program varying between 3-15 pix line weights. I usually use Photoshop for the last few final touches after coloring.

Good line work and nice pose, the left hand threw me off for a second but I can see she's stroking her hair.

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Dessinmaitre responds:

Thank you! Yes I went for a unique positioning of the hand.

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Credits & Info

4.05 / 5.00

Feb 28, 2014 | 12:20 AM EST
File Info
720 x 1280 px
309.1 kb

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