Conversation Between Yume Tsuki and Uzamaki Nagato
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  1. Yume Tsuki
    September 19th, 2013 12:29 AM
    Yume Tsuki
    I can see you're new. But that's ok, anyone starts as a beginner. There is always time to learn. =)

    Going back to the bird, it's wing seems to make an unnatural bend near the base of the wing. It might have been like that when you took it off the original sprite but it wouldn't hurt to fix the parts a bit before putting them on a pokémon by adding a few pixels. As for being 'authentic' I can just see what parts you used and what not so it cannot be called your own art entirely.

    Regarding what Logiedan said, he means that you may sprite in your own style as much as you like, as long as the art pieces you made are not made from any pokémon sprite but entirely from your own mind. The best way to scratch is by sketching a base of what you want, be it on paper and scanned in or directly in paint or whatever program you use for pixel art, and then trace it pixel by pixel and finish it by coloring and shading it.

    If you want to keep your thread you'll gotta make a few of your own 'scratched' pokémon.

    If you need any tips I'll be here.
  2. Uzamaki Nagato
    September 18th, 2013 12:19 PM
    Uzamaki Nagato
    First of all, thanks for your contributions.

    You're right about the outline of the dolphin's cannons, but I'm not so sure about the bird having a 'clipped wing'. I'm not sure where you got that from. And I'd also like it if you could tell me if my sprites look 'authentic' or if they're obvious fusions of already existing Pokemon sprites.

    I'm new at this, btw.

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