Janna Fong

~*~Angelic~*~ by @jfong (Janna Fong)

I love how this turned out! It's one of the few pics where I experimented with light and the outcome looked good. =Þ I also tweaked my drawing style a tiny, tiny bit for this pic. Let's see if you can spot the changes! Hehe. She originally had a necklace and earrings, but I forgot to color those in. XP Enjoy!

Drawn and colored in Painter Touched up in Photoshop

Finished Work
19y318d ago
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Comments & Critiques (4)

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Posted: Monday, 14 June, 2004 @ 07:14 PM

Blue lighting looks so cool in her skin. I love the lighting

Posted: Tuesday, 15 June, 2004 @ 01:28 PM

I love the coloring in this picture, it really suits her pose and expression. The linework in the wings is pretty crazy too, and very, very impressive. Overall this is very pretty ^_^

Posted: Wednesday, 16 June, 2004 @ 03:53 AM

This is very interesting. the face looks kind of abstract, and not very realistic in shape, but it goes very well with the flow of the picture. The wings are very nice, and the shading is done quite well. My only suggestion would be to calm the wings down a bit, there seems to be just a little bit too much going on with them. However, that's just my style. I like the drawing, great job.

Posted: Sunday, 12 September, 2004 @ 10:13 AM

This lighting is AMAZING, definetly your best ever! I love the style--it's completely unlike your normal, cel-style shading, but it's gorgeous. The blue shadows and pale yellow light are just perfect--it's like she is gazing into the very, very first rays of a sunrise. I am very, very impressed!

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