ren with apple (colored sketch) by keirajo

ren with apple (colored sketch)

keirajo

7 July 2016 at 10:53:28 MDT

My hired character from the Nine-Tales job class of "Disgaea 5".........I wanted to hire a character I could "raise" uniquely, because the game has a default joiner from this job class (Izuna, the Head of Dragon Fang). I didn't want to mess with Izuna, so I hired a character from the job class to make more unique.

So, this is Ren. Her personality type is the "tsundere" type............for those that don't know, it's "hot-cold" personality--when someone acts cold to you, but can also be really soft and passionate to you and can change at a moment's notice. It actually gives Ren a very cute personality with cute things to say when you talk to her in the Pocket Netherworld.

This is a "sketch", because............whether you can tell or not, I never erased the pencil lines. I inked it all with my Bimoji brush pen. Except for her actual body shape (and if you can call those straps clothing, hence why I slapped a 13+ label on her! XD), I like how this turned out! :D

Nine-Tales job class belongs to Disgaea/Nippon Ichi Software.

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    She is very cute and amazingly well done!

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      Awwww...thank you very much! :D

      I really love the Japanese brush pen I got...I'm not good at using a traditional brushes and inks (I make a mess), but this brush pen is just like using a real brush without relying on an inkwell! :)

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    I'm adoring the shading!

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    This looks absolutely adorable. X3

    One question, though... What's a "Bimoji brush pen"? Because the line effect it gives looks super neat.

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      Thanks! :D

      It's a Japanese inking pen that looks exactly like a brush. Bimoji is the brand name. I bought my first one at AnimeExpo last year...but found out that Hobby Lobby carries them, with the calligraphy supplies. It's like a real brush...unlike Sakura (Pigma Micron) or Faber-Castell's brush pens...so it bends and moves like a real brush, even though it's a pen. :)

      There are five types, but if you can't read Japanese...look for the one with the illustration of a long brush tip on the front. :)

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        That's so cool, I'll definitely look into getting one. I'm always looking for things to experiment with with my traditional artwork.

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          It's really nice...because you can get really thin and fine lines or really thick lines--and not worry about a mess with bottled ink. Also, very portable! :)

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    lovely!

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      Thanks so much! :D

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    This looks incredible ! :o <3

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      I love my brush pen so much! squeaks

      Thanks so much! :D