Once I was happy with my sketch I then imported it into Adobe Illustrator and began to use the pen tool to draw my character. Once she was all outlined I simply had to import the colours from the adult version of her as she would have the same colour palette as teen, this cut the digitisation process in half as there was no need to experiment with colours.
Once again I have placed my two versions of my villain side by side to show case similarities between them. The teen version is happier and looks more youthful. The adult version has a more stern look and an added collar which is a generic villainous trait. As an adult she still looks quite youthful, she is only in her thirties at this stage, I did not want to make her look too old. I also wanted her to look like a normal person in the face. I did not want her to look too cynical, evil or witch like as that was not what I was going for.