a study in pokemon drawings: the zergrush story (art, many large images)

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a study in pokemon drawings: the zergrush story (art, many large images)

Post by Lolin » 03 Oct 2016, 15:50

here's where i post pokemon drawings and sometimes not pokemon drawings

the human figure is something i largely struggle with but then again i don't draw everyday like i should

should get on that but first i need more discipline (which is hard enough to come by)

most of these are roughly unfinished, largely due to the fact that i don't know how to color digitally, and there they will stay until i learn

bulbasaur
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chii from chobits (very rough sketch, you can see me struggling with human form even in a chibi, just a bit)
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this was maybe day 4 or 5 of using my drawing tablet for a week and you can really see the improvement from the bulbasaur i chose to draw first (it's an ivysaur)
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i actually like this pikachu, felt i did pretty well, though i messed up a bit on the outside form and the hands
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a cubone i drew for orange/zach [mention=27217]Orange[/mention]
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Post by Shi » 03 Oct 2016, 16:46

Yay you posted drawings!!
I like the ivysaur. Just keep on drawing :D

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Post by Orange » 03 Oct 2016, 16:48

Cubone <3

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Post by Scarlet Knight » 03 Oct 2016, 16:50

Must say, these are better than you claimed. Even your non-pokemon is recognizable as the character. I'm sure your human form drawings will get much better.

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Post by Chlobo » 03 Oct 2016, 18:17

The drawings are great. Maybe try colouring in with pencil. I'm not very good at colouring digitally either. Everytime I try it always looks like a mess. Chii <3
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Post by Lolin » 03 Oct 2016, 20:56

thanks guys, i'm gonna try to draw something else today

and hopefully the rest of the week

consistency with any activity is one of my hardest challenges in life
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 03:23

whoo boy

looked up when i last drew (i label all my digital art with dates) and it's been four months

my skills have certainly deteriorated

here's a clefairy via a suggestion from maiko-chan

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going to do another pokemon here soon off another maiko suggestion

also it looks different because i'm trying out a new art program

open canvas over photoshop

photoshop has this really annoying feature where sometimes i put down my pen and it draws a straight bold line and it happens so often i had to change

if anyone knows how to turn that off that'd be just peachy because opencanvas is just alright so far
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Post by Chlobo » 04 Oct 2016, 09:01

Looks adorable.
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 21:42

the chansey came out kinda wonky but maiko approved of it so whatevs

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then daili lama wanted a trubbish so i did that one too

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the trubbish came out much better so i think i'm getting back into it

helped that i drew more from my shoulder than from my wrist for the outside lines
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 21:43

if i manage to draw everyday i will probably be posting a lot of these so fair warning if you never want to respond to this thread again or just wait until i've posted like twelve of them
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Post by Yohane » 04 Oct 2016, 21:44

[mention=881]omfgzergrush[/mention]
this fallen angel kindly requests Vulpix and/or Ninetales <3
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 21:45

vulpix it is, ninetails is harder and i'm not feeling adventurous
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 22:17

[mention=52451]Yohane[/mention]

the face came out looking more mole than fox and the eye make it looks like an alien but it's alright

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overall i learned quite a bit from this one and felt like i was using more of the program's capabilities to their fullest
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Post by Lolin » 04 Oct 2016, 22:19

also that vulpix is brought to you by black metal
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Post by Yohane » 05 Oct 2016, 07:45

that makes sense, she looks like she's ready to school people on proper mosh technique

in all seriousness though, I love her :3
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