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Lady Lillian* by KSisson; dA // Tumblr. Please no deleting links/sources, thank you :)

Here’s the ATC card that KSisson did for me in our exchange! (Here’s the one I did for her.) I liked how she drew masculine facial structures; since one of my postcards had Lillian’s face + good chunk of her outfit on it, I chose her for the card :D
*Character belongs to me, please and thank you <3

Lady Lillian* by KSisson; dA // Tumblr. Please no deleting links/sources, thank you :)

Here’s the ATC card that KSisson did for me in our exchange! (Here’s the one I did for her.) I liked how she drew masculine facial structures; since one of my postcards had Lillian’s face + good chunk of her outfit on it, I chose her for the card :D

*Character belongs to me, please and thank you <3

Do you or&#8230;? by =JadineR
Ending my coloring experiment for Order of The Flowers. :) (At least, for now). For this one I wanted to try a method that some artists have (most famous one, I think, might be Adam Hughes) of laying down the inks along with shadows via Copic or watercolors or anything else. Then color the illustration and voila! I couldn&#8217;t remember where I had seen one of his tuts so I used this one. I recommend it! :)&#8230;That sorta kinda worked here. :/ For one, I decided to also experiment with using pencils as &#8220;ink&#8221;, tracing the official ones on Bristol from a sketch. That worked wonderfully, but the problem came with &#8212;what else?!&#8212; scanning the grey shades -_-;; Lala&#8217;s outfit (the orange one) for example DOES have shadows. They turned out too light after I tinkered with the levels and brightness/contrast of the thing. I also ended up shading some parts darker and lighter on Photoshop, but I didn&#8217;t mind. That helped a little, I think :) Lazy background again, is lazy :P

Do you or…? by =JadineR

Ending my coloring experiment for Order of The Flowers. :) (At least, for now). For this one I wanted to try a method that some artists have (most famous one, I think, might be Adam Hughes) of laying down the inks along with shadows via Copic or watercolors or anything else. Then color the illustration and voila! I couldn’t remember where I had seen one of his tuts so I used this one. I recommend it! :)

…That sorta kinda worked here. :/ For one, I decided to also experiment with using pencils as “ink”, tracing the official ones on Bristol from a sketch. That worked wonderfully, but the problem came with —what else?!— scanning the grey shades -_-;; Lala’s outfit (the orange one) for example DOES have shadows. They turned out too light after I tinkered with the levels and brightness/contrast of the thing.

I also ended up shading some parts darker and lighter on Photoshop, but I didn’t mind. That helped a little, I think :)

Lazy background again, is lazy :P

Photoset of the main cast from Order of The Flowers. Done between 2010 and 2012 with Prismacolor markers, Copic markers and Copic Multiliner brown pens. From left to right: Ladies Rosalyn, Lillian, Lala, Clavelle, Orkidya and Daegge.

Rebloggin’ my own art cuz why not? :) (thus to be copy/pasted many times)

I haven’t worked on this story for a while. Really need to get back to working out the kinks in it…maybe after Warchicks hullaballoo and other things settle down <3

Everyone Wants&#8230; by =JadineR
Continuing my coloring experiment for Order of The Flowers. :) This time, I wanted to try &#8220;soft&#8221; coloring, mainly using SAI&#8217;s watercolor tool. I ended up shading darker on Photoshop and depending on its own watercolor tools near the end though :BI think I came closer to portraying the pale color that I wanted for Clavelle&#8217;s albinism. Too bad you can barely make out the shaded parts of her skin ;_; (that&#8217;s me and my monitor maybe?)Lazy background again, is lazy :P Also, can anyone guess where I made a big mistake? (I noticed a few minutes before uploading. ;o; )

Everyone Wants… by =JadineR

Continuing my coloring experiment for Order of The Flowers. :) This time, I wanted to try “soft” coloring, mainly using SAI’s watercolor tool. I ended up shading darker on Photoshop and depending on its own watercolor tools near the end though :B

I think I came closer to portraying the pale color that I wanted for Clavelle’s albinism. Too bad you can barely make out the shaded parts of her skin ;_; (that’s me and my monitor maybe?)


Lazy background again, is lazy :P Also, can anyone guess where I made a big mistake? (I noticed a few minutes before uploading. ;o; )

My character Lady Clavelle from Order of The Flowers. I mainly did this sketch to determine her skin color. Most Albino characters’ skins tend to be depicted with peach color (i.e. same as a “White” character) when they’re more a pale-slightly-peach color. So that’s what I tried to do. But I’m worried I’d get confused in regards to shading, or whether or not I did color an area >_> Still need to practice more on that part!

The second and third pictures are Clavelle pre-“Ladyship”, hence why her hair is with the “correct” lack of pigmentation. The third, specifically, has her eyelashes a darker ‘yellow’ for a better representation of people with albinism. It looks slightly strange so I’m not sure if that’ll be official >_>;;

What Happens Next is&#8230; by =JadineR
Had an idea. Drew it. I can&#8217;t explain anymore about it XD Tried out the same coloring way that I used for my Ice pic. I think I will try out one more pic in this way &#8212; I&#8217;d like for this comic to have a different coloring style. :) Lazy background is lazy. :P

What Happens Next is… by =JadineR

Had an idea. Drew it. I can’t explain anymore about it XD

Tried out the same coloring way that I used for my Ice pic. I think I will try out one more pic in this way — I’d like for this comic to have a different coloring style. :)

Lazy background is lazy. :P

So I’ve started thumbnailing pages for Order of The Flowers. This pleases me for some reason. 8)

I’m taking a while with the next page of Ara & Celi, despite it not having much, because of the guide that I have to make for the previous pages. Like the awesome writer that I am, I totally forgot that blank brochures/guides don’t really look good when a character’s pointing to something in it. Especially foreign languages ones, hahahahaha XD

Photoset of the main cast from Order of The Flowers. Done between 2010 and 2012 with Prismacolor markers, Copic markers and Copic Multiliner brown pens. From left to right: Ladies Rosalyn, Lillian, Lala, Clavelle, Orkidya and Daegge.

Daisy&#8217;s Eye by =JadineR

Andddd this is the last one of the Flower Maidens! The last one of the main cast :DIt would&#8217;ve been too obvious for me to name her &#8220;daisy&#8221; XD So I opted for what daisy was in Old English &#8212; dægeséage (day&#8217;s eye) &gt; dægége (daisy) &gt; daegge. I don&#8217;t know, I think it kinda sounds cool :)I really tried to not use yellow as a color&#8230;mainly because the color yellow just bothers me utterly. For a while, it just makes my eyes hurt. I never use yellow highlighters, even XD;; (&lt;sub&gt;nobody cares about that&lt;/sub&gt;) I drew her quickly with green to see if it works and she did look really good with it. But I was afraid that at some point it would look too much like the turquoise I had used for Orkidya. Maybe I&#8217;ll write a story where she wore green at some point, haha XDI also took too much time deciding her color because I overanalyzed fashion colors, choices and the concept of identity too much. :| I like how her hair turned out &lt;3

Daisy’s Eye by =JadineR

Andddd this is the last one of the Flower Maidens! The last one of the main cast :D

It would’ve been too obvious for me to name her “daisy” XD So I opted for what daisy was in Old English — dægeséage (day’s eye) > dægége (daisy) > daegge. I don’t know, I think it kinda sounds cool :)


I really tried to not use yellow as a color…mainly because the color yellow just bothers me utterly. For a while, it just makes my eyes hurt. I never use yellow highlighters, even XD;; (<sub>nobody cares about that</sub>) I drew her quickly with green to see if it works and she did look really good with it. But I was afraid that at some point it would look too much like the turquoise I had used for Orkidya. Maybe I’ll write a story where she wore green at some point, haha XD


I also took too much time deciding her color because I overanalyzed fashion colors, choices and the concept of identity too much. :| I like how her hair turned out <3