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Jill The Island Babe


The Latest and Greatest from the weekly web show: Draw With The Ninjkabat. You should come watch.

Anyway, this picture was used to show my technique for non-black outlines and hand-picked color cell shading when you don't have the black outlines I normally use to hide the edges of my shadows around. I think it went pretty well as far as my shows go, although my network cut out in the last 10 minutes of the show. But oh well.

Jill The Island Babe: I wanted to draw something a little sexy and tropical, but I distinctly wanted to design her looking very nonplussed and uninterested. Milady was surprised that I was able to even come up with the idea for some of her tattoo patterns, but I say, "Why should all the deprived male artists who get all the high scores by drawing non-real proportioned women be the only ones that attract viewers with sex?" I did feel bad though, because I am such a gentleman (and a braggart?).

I got lazy and didn't want to paint a background, although I probably spent about as much time finding a good background image.
The stock image is from lestatimage-stock on deviantArt

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...And why do I have the impression ive seen it somewhere? Oh well. Nice work!

Ninjkabat responds:

Well, that I can't tell you. Maybe you saw me post it in a journal or on the art forum ('cause I have, both places), but I've definitely never seen this before I drew it.

Maybe my effort to make a general tropical island babe just worked too well.

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