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Adept-eX
January 5th, 2007, 08:10 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v352/Adepth_ex/journal-GC.jpg


Well guys, let me say than I working in a fake Pokémon TCG set in the Fake Card forums here in the community wich is called EX: Great City.
The topic of that set is about Pokémons than are found in the middle of the streets of the city... some ones abandoned... some ones wanders... and some ones just live there.

Because for that project I wish put a lot of effort and I wish create a lot of original art (mine and some contributions from friends) I wish share the conceptual art and the illustrations done for this project. For that I have the idea of create a Gallery specially created for show all the artworks related with this proyect

Adept-eX's artwork:

>Completed Artworks:
- +Nymph in the Great City+ (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/45920218/) - illustration for Light Celebi (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v352/Adepth_ex/EX_GC%20set/LightCelebi.jpg)
- Great City-StreetTales: Rain (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/28641486) -current card under development
- Vulpix in the Great City (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/37218826/) - current card under development
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Yukikiai's artworks:

>In development artworks:
- Untitled (Charmander, Squirtle and Skitty searching food) - sketch (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v352/Adepth_ex/pkm.jpg) colored parcially (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v352/Adepth_ex/pkm56.jpg)
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Oh yeah! If there are somebody interesed in this project I will grateful of his/her collaboration. For that please send me a PM and a little sample of your artwork (the idea is get at least 5 kinds of different styles for the illsutrations)... and don't worry if your art is spectacular, I looking for originality and solid style... so don't worry if you aren't a "da Vinci" ^^
Oh yeah! also the collab artworks are also permited here... for that PM me for agree how we will going to distribute the work (sketch, lineart, coloring, shades, etc)


That is all... I hope than the artworks posted here like you guys ^^

Forest Grovyle
January 6th, 2007, 05:31 AM
Wow, this would be an awesome TCG set if it were real! I love the Celebi, it's so vibrant and the lineless style suits it really well. The way you've captured the "street" theme is very impressive. Good work!

--FG

Master Kwesi Nkromah
January 6th, 2007, 10:26 AM
omg... your style is so fresh, it's amazing! for me to say "it's cool" would be a terrible understatement because it's way beyond cool. as for the card... it may be a bit too powerful. having the ability to attach an energy to itself, deal 30 damage and remove as much as 10 damage counters from your bench is a lil OD. the art is a amazing tho, I see where you got the concept for the theme, but where did you get the inspiration for that style? how did you accomplish it?

The Fallen
January 6th, 2007, 03:19 PM
Wow, you have an amazing art style. I mean I never post in here, but I had to say something because you work is just so awesome.

I mean I actually want that card now. XD

Gunn
January 7th, 2007, 05:56 PM
That's neat. Vectors are always a favorite when it comes to digital art. I just love the entire concept. I'll go favorite on DA right now. *Lol*

Adept-eX
January 14th, 2007, 09:14 PM
Nya! Sorry guys... I was away a week because I was travelling with my family :P
Anyway thank you so much for your comments to everybody ^^
That really cheer me up to still working

omg... your style is so fresh, it's amazing! for me to say "it's cool" would be a terrible understatement because it's way beyond cool. as for the card... it may be a bit too powerful. having the ability to attach an energy to itself, deal 30 damage and remove as much as 10 damage counters from your bench is a lil OD. the art is a amazing tho, I see where you got the concept for the theme, but where did you get the inspiration for that style? how did you accomplish it?

Well... I still fixing the effect of that card... anyway than you for your comment... but you have to know than the Style used for the illustration is inspired in Pop art's artwork... if you search in Deviantart (http://www.deviantart.com/)you will find many samples. However many of that artworks use Vectorial style and that is the style used for Celebi. Oh yeah! and the idea of the street Pokemons design born accidentally while I was doodling many random sketchs and ideas
If you was talking about the card's style that is inspired in Tech artworks and the Cascade of Sky's Fake cards and in the famous Pichu Bros' short

Oh yeah... the next illustration than I'm doing now is Street Mewtwo and Latias... any suggerence for my work (artist and faking ones) I will accept gladed :D