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Shiny Sprite Perler art

Discussion in 'Smeargle's Studio' started by Eyedol, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. Eyedol

    Eyedol the artist formerly known as xAtrocity

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    Hello everyone. I'm brand new to Smogon, and I was pretty excited to see a forum dedicated solely to Pokemon art! I've been making Shiny Sprite Perler art for quite a while now and I'd love to get some feedback on it from all of you and potentially take a few requests.


    Shiny Zorua
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    Shiny Pirouette Meloetta
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    Shiny Litwick
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  2. Hozu

    Hozu RNGenius
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    Wow these are great. I was always disappointed that Zoroark didn't keep the same shade of blue that Zorua has. How long did it take you to make these?
  3. Raichoice

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    these are awesome, nice work! how much money did it cost to buy the beads?
  4. Trinitrotoluene

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    Kindly requesting either a Crustle or Breloom. You can choose whether they're shiny or not.
  5. Eyedol

    Eyedol the artist formerly known as xAtrocity

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    Thank you <3 I think Litwick only took about two hours or so, but Meloetta took at least twice that long. Zorua was somewhere in between. Oh, and I've already started pulling out beads for Latias ^__^


    Thanks! They're quite inexpensive actually; I think I bought a 10,000 piece bucket for around $6, then a large pegboard for $4 or so. You can find all of the supplies on eBay :)



    I think Crustle would be a very fun project, so thanks for the idea! I should have it all done in the next few weeks.

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