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Discussion in 'Smeargle's Studio' started by noobiess, Feb 16, 2010.
on serebii of course
gonna pump this treath alit again cause I need some opininions about my CAP entry.
here it is:
and the shiney form:
and an alterative pose:
here are some of my new schratches;
really need some comments of the shrimp!!
so shoot :p
I think Kyogre would be better off without the smile IMO
EDIT: Shrimp looks a bit bright, or is his whole body meant to glow? >.>
That's not a smile... lol. It is kinda like a flap Kyogre has near its mouth.
When I sough aragonbird's image of CAP10, I tohught he was a little bit transparent.
Aldo,when I think of shrimps they looks a little bit transparent...
so any other comments on the shrimp? :p
got a new one: absol :
but really need some more ocmments on the shrimp... I really want to improve it...but do'nt know how :p
I made the back sprite of krillowatt (wow really hate that name)
went for a neutral clean pose,Don't want the back sprite to be so dynamic.
Yeah Krillowatt's back sprite is very clean and well done :) You should think about spriting an evolution for it, lobster-something :)
I need some QUICK advise, because I need to enter in the competition quickly.
Here are the colors of the shrimp in normal and all possible shiny forms.
I also changed the the colors of the normal sprite (only thel ightest shade, into something homemade)
Wich shiny is the best?
also here is the gender diffrence... Is it good, because I don't really like it...
some quick comments please
The cyan shiny is the best, and I like the gender difference there. Maybe try and put a big more mischief and soul in the eyes.
I think the shrimp could use a little more black outline... Right now it looks very much like an RSE sprite.
here is the first gimp picture i ever made
Hope you guys can give me alot of comments so I can improve alot
I quite like it myself tbh, especially the crude lines. I think you could develop this into your own style perhaps- it's refreshing to see some slightly wiggly lines instead of perfect curves which sometime look quite artificial.
One thing, though, Id say pay attention to shading and keep in mind the source of light. ATM Pokabu looks a bit like a cookie tbh, Id say make the distinction between his head and body more clear by rounding the shading a bit in that area.
Also I think you should use the smudge tool less. I can also see some white spots, so my suggestion would be to iron out such chinks once you finish a design with the small sized paintbrush / pencil etc
Those sprites are great works. I like a lot of them, like that Medicham. Some good poses among those pokemon.
Wow, nice sprites, I love the overn Rotom and the Flygon, looks fucking nice! Have you made one of Swampert? I have never seen on here for 'Pert, I would love to finally see on good ass Swampert sprite. :)
Love the sprites, they're REALLY realistic
Those scratches are great. You should make more OU Pokemon so people can use them for their RMTs (if you grant permission). Good job!
Thanx for all the nice comments about the scratches, but I'm actually focussing on the gimp now, so I was wondering what you all thought qabout that image?
Don't retrain yourself to give harsh comments... that how I can learn :p
Also working on a none-pokemon gimp image but I'll post it when it is finished
Amazing work my friend! Keep it up!
another gimp tryout :p
It's an exploding electrode... not really clear I know, just wanted to try out some functions of gimp.
Qwiltrode used Smokescreen!
Yeah it actually was smarter to make a kofing or something,
so I did :p
I like it much better the before,
and I'm kind ofgetting some little tricks of gimp,
ok it isn't perfect, and nothin near it :p , but I really like it since I just started to work with gimp
The things that quit bother me are the eyes and the mouth, but they where really hard
The scratches are really great. ;]
These all look pretty amazing.
I love the scratches, I wish I could scratch like that. I can do Fusions, recolours, eggs, pokeballs, Trainer Cards, icon fusion/recolour, pallette, etc, etc... but not scratches.
And congratulations on discovering gimp. Oh the things you'll learn to do.
I'm a GIMP user myself and I LOVE it