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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Some Art

Hey, it's Jessica Again!  Here's some sketches I drew recently:
(These are anime characters)

 Natsu and Gray from Fairy Tail.  A rather silly anime with lots of explosions and battles.

 Ein and Zwei from Phantom.  this anime was very dark, as it was about a couple of brainwashed assassins,,,

Aww look, Nezumi and Shion from No.6!  how I love this anime...
(Nezumi loks so daaaark hehe!)

 Cheshire from Pandora Hearts.  This might be my favorite representation of the Cheshire cat, I dunno why.  Though all of the artwork from Pandora Hearts is beautiful.
(I`m quite proud of this one, as much of the picture was improvised by me, with only a "base" image)

Megami from Shiki.  My first actual well-drawn girl!  I'm even more proud of this, because I scrapped any sort of original picture, and used seven reference ones instead.  yay for the advancement of my artistic prowess!


  1. Great work! Fav is that of a girl! x

    1. Thank you. I tried to make her very creepy... being an undead stalker-chick and all. xD

  2. I love the girl too! Keep on posting your drawings.
    P.S. Did you ever try coloring a drawing? I know that it's extremely difficult, (I tried myself), but it catches the viewer's eye the most!

    1. well, colouring drawings requires a lot more time and effort, especially on sketches like these, which tool 30mins each at most... Though I do agree, it does make for a more eye-popping piece. Me particularly, I'm only ever good at using coloured pencil for such work, but in doing that, this has to be planned prior to beginning the drawing. However, I have been looking into colouring on the computer, so scanning in and such, but I'm not all that knowledgeable on the subject...

  3. These are amazing! I like the Cheshire one the best.


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