Janna Fong

by @jfong (Janna Fong)

Finished coloring it. I had the hardest time coloring this piece. At first I gave her blonde hair, then changed it to brown and ultimately decided on black. XP I also colored her eyes blue in the beginning, but changed them to green down the line. Choosing the colors for her dress also went through a lengthy process of hit and miss. First it was purple, then green, then red, and then finally blue. Whew! I'm very happy with the final result. ^_^

As stated before on the lineart, similarities between this and Perfect Blue and FFXI are not intended. I haven't seen or played either. =P My inspiration was taken from Soul Calibur II and Shadow Hearts II (which is the most awesome RPG I've played in a while btw). She's also holding a scroll. =Þ I'm not quite sure what she's doing either. The pose just kinda came out. XP


Drawn in Painter Colored in Photoshop

Finished Work
18y303d ago
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Posted: Thursday, 05 May, 2005 @ 01:38 AM

OMG! She looks so pretty! I think you did a great job on the shading and her clothes are just fantastic, really. It's simple yet elegant and it all comes together really well.

I also like your finishing touches with the sparkles... hehe... XP

Keep up the good work!

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Posted: Thursday, 05 May, 2005 @ 03:39 PM

That's one of the nice things about digital coloring; you are not stuck with the color, but the color scheme looks great. The dramatic shading is very eye catching too.

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