Janna Fong

Joshua and Sheiji
Joshua and Sheiji by Janna Fong (@jfong)

It's been a while since I've drawn my characters. I really need to draw Naomi and Lyra again. XP In the mean time you can view this picture of my male characters, Joshua and Sheiji. I tweaked Joshua's design once again. It's the neverending quest to make him look 18! XP I like how Sheiji's hair turned out. Enjoy!

Drawn in Painter Colored in Photoshop BG photo taken by me

Finished Work
18 years and 270 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (2)

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Posted: Saturday, 10 July, 2004 @ 02:39 AM

I love the personality in your characters, which is particularly evident in the poses and expressions of this picture. And your shading is so clean and... well, shiny. The shadows on the top of Sheiji's hair, particularly, though small, really add a lot of shape to it. The clothes folds are nicely rendered, too. Nice work.

Posted: Saturday, 14 August, 2004 @ 07:54 AM

Wow, the character in these ppl is amazing. You do really well on the folds, as jinx mentioned, something that i had noticed, but not put much into, until reading it in jinx's comment. lol only thing i would say is that Joshua's, (if he's the one with the blue hair) hair is a little too flat on his head, however, i think i'm just being critical, and don't pay any attention to me, because i'm no expert, lol. Really good job.

Sincerely, Ikaika

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