Excellent job, but I still like your other one of Jace better. I think it's just closer to the Jace I pictured. Hey all ppls who haven't read the books stop reading this comment now because I'm about to SPOIL you, but those who have, was I the only one who cried when Jace was like "I'll just be your brother from now on." in City of Ashes?
love the book and I love jace ><
with the wings he looks like a fallen angel ^^
I like the contrast between his hair and the outfit (the light/dark contrast... or how do you call it in english?)
an amazing picture, he looks really hot *drool*
Thanks I dunno if there is just the one word for it. I think light/dark contrast is a good descript. Jace keep a steady motif of Fallen Angel throughout, it's easy to tune into, and once your in that zone its hard not to want to draw him like that... over and over and over and over and over again
mmyes he seems to be a fan-fav. Not mine but I revel in being different. Lemme see, can I suggest watching teen lay sports in park without coming off pervy? That's where I got some of my best action references, from the local basketball court. There is this wonderful stage of muscled yet slender men can only manage for those few tender years. I feel Jace has a lot of that. If you haven't got the access AND you don’t want to come off as creepy, then...hmm, Manga, lots of doujin, not pervy ones I mean like Jo-Chen sketchbook and Brain Stew. Those are always beautiful references. A nice clash of traditional Asian design and American media...only not in the horrible way TokyoPop has of killing it with a big lam mallet.
Did that make any sense at all?
I like this version I pulled together a heckuva lot better than the original sketches. It carries over better, also because I finally finished the book and hated all my original designs. . . but that's a me being lame thing and not pointed at the book or any character in particular.
You SERIOUSLY should read City of Bones. It's a great book, and the end will make you furious. It made me SO mad, but then I read City of Ashes (the sequel) and decided that the certain thing that made me mad MIGHT not be true after all. Oh well, I guess we'll all have to hold out until City of Glass to find out.