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    Cartoon Studies and Pokemon

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    What came before

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    Last drawing before pandemonium

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    lovin the pokemon sketches... i bashed pokemon for years and then about a month ago got my hands on a gba and seriously havent stopped playing red since... nice work, the sketches of Eevee with the grid lines laid over are really nice, I think that the lighting overall could be more focused though, if you catch my drift...

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    Interesting subject matter...
    (I have nothing against Pokémon, I mean, a good few of the critters are great designs...)

    One problem with the colors on the Eevees is that they do not reflect anything from the background. Color is always reflective, so if you have a green background and then completely brown/completely gray creatures, they aren't going to fit into that background!

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    Loomis, the beginning

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    More Mannikin and Pokémon

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    Now heyyyy, those gesture / loomis drawings are very nice. And I'm not just talking about the context. I'm talking about the clean lines and the care you've taken to go over them once more. That's good!!

    Also: "Hi! I'm here to show a piece of myself. I'm a WIP." is quite a nice quote.

    Try to draw/paint more furred creatures from life if you can (if you have a rabbit or cat or something that's asleep, draw them while they're not bouncing around causing mayhem around the house)!

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    sweet pics! Bring on Bulbasaur and Squirtle!

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    pokemons eh, you are from da aren't cha?
    hehee don't worry this is best place there is to grow artistically, i left da year ago and haven't regretted it.

    i will look with interest where your fixation with cuteness and anatomy studies will lead, something interesting im sure.

    post more stuff, you have your first fan

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