Kendra the Snake Queen

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Kendra the Snake Queen

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An other character in my comic strip, Kendra the Snake Queen. She's born from a Royal familly of snake people. Her ancestor was a Medusa-like creature. Then, people that are seducted by her tranform into stone with by a single golden glare, temporarely. Her black scales on the arms and legs can grow to transform into claws. I did many change and it went really nice!

Un autre personnage, Kendra la Reine des Serpents. Elle est née d'une famille Royale d'homme-serpent. Son ancêtre était une créatures ressemblant à la Méduse. Ainsi, ceux qui sont atteint par son charme peuvent être transformé en pierre en un seul regard doré, temporairement. Les écailles noires de ses bras et jambes peuvent pousser pour se transformer en griffes. J'ai fait plusieurs changements et ça donne un résultat épatant!


The shading and lighting look great bro but Bright colors such as red and yellow does'nt really fit snakes even though you said shes royalty but have you tried experimenting with green? ( Just asking, No offence )

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MegabyteD responds:

Yes, i started with a green leotard, but as soon as i put colors at the boots i felt like it would be better with hot colors. I tried many greens but it felt wrong. I tried other colors and yellow and red was the coolest. Then i changed the leotard for a red.

Personnally my favorite snake is the Coral Snake so i though it was a good excuse to use other colors than green. XD

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Aug 17, 2014 | 12:16 PM EDT
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