Of course! May the dinosaur be with you.(Can I use it as my avatar?)
Thanks! I haven't been using Paint.NET since I got my drawing tablet in April last year, since it speeds up the drawing process so much. Right now I'm using Clip Studio Paint for all my drawings.Oi, Creta, out of curiosity, are you back to using Paint.NET again? Or was the Falkneraptor done on Corel? Due to your improvements, it's harder to tell which medium you're using, but it's easier to recognize your style. You really know what you're doing with dino designs.
Yeah, sure. I'm always in need of stylish new avatars (a portrait format of Alolan Cubone would be awesome). ;)Do you still take art trades as well?
Haha, nice! The shiny colors do look better than expected. Might I say that ... Slowbro turned blue from all that good vodka. XPI did a quick edit of the profile design to make the Slowbro shiny.
Magearna-Mega (@ Sablenite)
Stats: 80 / 105 / 165 / 135 / 180 / 35
Ability: Magic Bounce
Buzzwole-Mega (@ Aggronite)
Stats: 107 / 169 / 189 / 53 / 73 / 79
simply perfect! great job.Here's some quick art for the article about the Zygarde ban. I've always been a fan of Zygarde's design, and naturally had to take the (probably) last chance to illustrate it for a competitive article in forseeable future. The mirror function of CSP certainly came in handy for this. ^^
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Congrats! HONK HONKThe time has come...For this special occasion, I decided to revisit an old team portrait of my generic Gym Leader OC, which was made for a past Smeargle's Studio project. He is, of course, a Rock type specialist with a certain affinity for Jurassic limestone. Believe it or not, but that team lineup did a half-decent job on the lower OU ladder. Too bad that the intended Smeargle's Studio Gym Leader tournament never took place.
After almost seven years on Smogon, I have finally achieved what once seemed impossible: here is my 1000th post!
Anyway... I've had a very memorable and varied time on this website, from the beginnings as a hopeful participant in the CAP project, to my first attempts at digital art and becoming a Smogon Artist, a short stint in the Wi-Fi trade market in the golden days of XY, and becoming involved in the German translation project. Doing art for the website has always been fun, and over time it gets apparent that the primary reward is in fact the improvement in your own skills (same can be said about translations, too). And after enjoying the activities in the Smeargle's Studio for all this time, I'm glad to have recently been given the chance to get more involved as a staff member. ^^
Naturally, I'd like to thank all the people I've met along the way who made this website and its Discord channels something special to me.