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Bulletproof
December 27th, 2008, 05:52 PM
This is a character from the RPG I joined and love so much, so I drew a pic of my char. and Pokemon. I only did a non-colour drawing so far, so I need to work on the coloured drawing, hope you like this one though!

http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee156/DoMiNoDuDe2007/sean.jpg

I have to say I'm only impressed with the Growlithe and Beedrill, and partly Zubat. Others I could really improve on I think...

:t136: Flareon :t136:

GFA
December 27th, 2008, 06:05 PM
Ummh, wow. His arms are horribly out of proportion, as is everything but Growlithe. His eye's are absolutely horrid, his pants look like there on backwards, and Ekans is flat.

Bulletproof
December 27th, 2008, 06:09 PM
Ummh, wow. His arms are horribly out of proportion, as is everything but Growlithe. His eye's are absolutely horrid, his pants look like there on backwards, and Ekans is flat.
That is merely because;
I'm a bad drawer at people,
I draw eyes like that,
Beedrill has arms like that, so you cannot possibly say Beedrill had bad arms ;),
All jeans look like that,
Ekans is not flat, if you saw the shading and look at it you'd find it is not.

Not trying to sound roud, but you got it quite wrong.

Pikalover10
December 27th, 2008, 06:17 PM
eh...You could try drawing Zubat from the front, I am horrid at drawing but I always find Zubats are easier to draw from the front, can't say much on the person because I too am horrid at drawing people, Nidoran looks kind of small and as if he has a longer neck then he does, Ekans is ok, and Growlithe is awesome!

GFA
December 27th, 2008, 06:18 PM
Yes well, nothings arms bend like the way you drew Beedrill's. And no, all jeans do not look like that, frontal jean pockets do not look like the pockets on the back of your pants.

Bulletproof
December 27th, 2008, 06:19 PM
eh...You could try drawing Zubat from the front, I am horrid at drawing but I always find Zubats are easier to draw from the front, can't say much on the person because I too am horrid at drawing people, Nidoran looks kind of small and as if he has a longer neck then he does, Ekans is ok, and Growlithe is awesome!

I know, Zubat would be easier to draw from the front, but I'm trying to make it look like it's interacting with Beedrill. IMO, my Nidoran is a disaster, lol.

Gulpin
December 27th, 2008, 06:20 PM
That is merely because;
I'm a bad drawer at people,
I draw eyes like that,
Beedrill has arms like that, so you cannot possibly say Beedrill had bad arms ;),
All jeans look like that,
Ekans is not flat, if you saw the shading and look at it you'd find it is not.

Not trying to sound roud, but you got it quite wrong.

You should take GF&A's reply as C&C, don't flame him for telling you what is wrong in his opinion.
I'll probably post one soon, once I draw one.

Bulletproof
December 27th, 2008, 06:25 PM
You should take GF&A's reply as C&C, don't flame him for telling you what is wrong in his opinion.
I'll probably post one soon, once I draw one.

Even when I didn't even ask for C+C?

Gulpin
December 27th, 2008, 06:27 PM
Even when I didn't even ask for C+C?

But everyone can always use CC

Bulletproof
December 27th, 2008, 06:29 PM
In that case, fine. I'll take off the jean pockets that make it look like it's on backwards, edit the arms and all of Nidoran, colour it in and that's it.

Gulpin
December 27th, 2008, 06:31 PM
In that case, fine. I'll take off the jean pockets that make it look like it's on backwards, edit the arms and all of Nidoran, colour it in and that's it.

You don't have to do what he says, what he says is just the flaws that he sees. After people give CC, the artist is free to keep the art how it is, or if they want they can edit it so that it looks better.

Konekodemon
December 28th, 2008, 12:54 PM
that looks pretty good, where is Ponyta though, also can you draw my character in that rpg with her Pokemon as well, I'd like that, you do know what she looks like right, because I put up my trainer card

tems
December 28th, 2008, 03:44 PM
lol.
thats not soooooo good, but i find the fukano is good

Avegaille
December 28th, 2008, 03:52 PM
Hey, we all start somewhere... (trust me, my past artworks are worse than yours). Don't take the C+C you get as flaming, but instead use it to further improve your artworks into something better.

Who knows, you might be thanking that person later on.

As for your work... well, let's just say, most stuff have been mentioned and I don't want to repeat it again... xD;;

Xaphan
December 28th, 2008, 04:05 PM
Or you could just do it how you want it to look

Also i agree with Avegaille (http://www.pokecommunity.com/member.php?u=9422)

With our past art

tems
December 28th, 2008, 04:10 PM
Hey, we all start somewhere... (trust me, my past artworks are worse than yours). Don't take the C+C you get as flaming, but instead use it to further improve your artworks into something better.

Who knows, you might be thanking that person later on.

As for your work... well, let's just say, most stuff have been mentioned and I don't want to repeat it again... xD;;


sorry, i am not good in english. im mean with fukano, the fire dog

Kite Katsumi
December 28th, 2008, 04:14 PM
I humbly agree with the critique that Goodbye, Farewell, & Amen posted. My advice is to study human anatomy, and look closely at the way Pokemon are drawn; where they bend, where/how their limbs connect to the body, etc. Pretty much Pokemon anatomy. Compare your drawings closely with pictures of the actual Pokemon (and people).
posemaniacs.com is a very good site for referencing human poses from, and it even shows the muscle structure. Its a very useful and helpful site. :3 You might try picking up some How-To-Draw books, those are also very helpful!
Practice makes as close to perfect as humans can get, so long as you stick with it and don't give up. However, don't expect perfection from yourself. Nobody's perfect.
Good luck, and by the way, Growlithe is very cute. ;3 And props to you for using Beedrill. I think he's better than a lot of people give him credit for.
If you ever want advice for future drawings, feel free to PM me and I'm always happy to help. ^^

♣Gawain♣
December 28th, 2008, 10:39 PM
My only comment here is... You need years of experience. I only said that to encourage you to draw more.

Konekodemon
December 29th, 2008, 12:47 AM
that may not be so, I've been drawing for 10 years and I still suck at it