[Made another post Cause it’s another subject]

Djeneba looking at some ruins. Even if I don’t have the time to work on the comic, I still have some time to work on some tease and art for the future of Djandora.

Those ruins are called [GreenCity] by the locals. This name goes with great danger, no matter you living close to it, something bad will happen to you eventually. Those cities are extremely dangerous, what ever it is unstable infrastructures, anomalies, mutated things, golems and much more crazy things you could imagine. GreenCities seems to have their own Ecosystem. So far in Djandora, nobody has been able to live long enough to tell what’s going on there… .

A serious challenge for Djeneba.

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Hello everybody!

I finally finished the Djandora video! Unfortunuatly the quality is really shitty as expected from Youtube. Took me a long time but I did it with a bit of patience.

But I hope you’ll enjoy!  Credits are in the description.

Here the Vimeo link:

Djeneba sketches

Compare to Nago, Djeneba is a sub-saharian african cultural influence. It’s totally different from the african forest/jungle culture.

Djeneba is a malinké, (Mali) from Africa, one of the old place where the Empire of Mali ruled once before. After that tragic accident with her dad, she still lost on her thought and try to live with her two origins roots. Between the celtics and her malinké race.

She’s not the best at archery but her  dad told her how to do it proprelly. There wasn’t much to do in the temple during her childhood, so she had a lot of time to spend practicing. Without forget reading all the books in her dad library.

Djeneba still fight to get answers and know the end of the story. Slowly, she’ll learn how to live with so much unanswered question. When she has nothing to do, Djeneba play/listen music with her flute, dance and sleep as the feline she is.

Sometimes she enjoy talking with her companions Gol about the past of ancient civilisation.