How to Draw JESSICA JONES (Jessica Jones Netflix Series) Drawing Tutorial

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It’s not often I do tutorials on characters that are in regular, civilian clothes. And JESSICA JONES from the Netflix TV series was never one to put on a superhero costume. In fact, in the show, she scoffed at the very thought of putting on the Jewel costume.

There’s a reason why I avoid non-costumed characters — it’s because for most of them if you take the character out of context, he/she just looks like a plain old regular looking person. For Jessica Jones, if I didn’t tell you it was Jessica Jones, many of you wouldn’t even know it was her. This is especially made worse considering I’m not trying to draw a likeness to the actor/actress playing the role.

But today I have made an exception because THE DEFENDERS is coming this month. And I cannot wait to see it! So I hope you enjoy.

Happy drawing,


Jessica Jones is a private investigator from New York City. After she was orphaned at a young age, Jones was taken in by Dorothy Walker, and developed a sisterly bond with her daughter, Trish. Shortly after being adopted, Jones discovered she possessed superhuman abilities due to the fatal car crash that took the life of her parents and eventually decided to pursue a career as a superhero. However, a fateful encounter with Kilgrave, a vicious man with mind controlling powers, derailed her superhero career and she spent a torturous tenure as Kilgrave’s slave before finally breaking free of his control. The experience left Jones suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, prompting her to hang up her secret identity and open her own detective agency.



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