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Old April 7th, 2013 (9:33 PM). Edited April 11th, 2013 by derozio.
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    Old April 7th, 2013 (11:08 PM).
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      Wow, really liking the Bulbasaur and Alakazam picture.

      Have you considered scanning it onto a computer and using Photoshop to colour them? Cause that would look pretty damn cool.
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      Old April 7th, 2013 (11:12 PM). Edited April 8th, 2013 by rliberto2.
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        Yeah I did it once with a few of my pokemon, I need to get photoshop again. I'll post some more of my drawings later in the day, I think if you liked those two you'll really like my Tuaros and Kingdra ones too. I'll expirement with photoshop too and repost. Thanks for the feedback!!! (:
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        Old April 8th, 2013 (9:02 PM).
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        I see a budding artist! n_n;

        No but really, neat drawings you have here! Your colors are very accurate to the originals, so that's always good. And overall, there aren't many eraser lines or heavy pencil marks, so it's good that you took a light-handed approach because that makes the piece better overall. I recommend you break away from Sugimori's style a little and try experimenting on your own with the Pokemon you like! I think we'd love to see that. :3

        Also, make sure that when you color, you avoid using broad strokes. That way, you'll be able to keep the color consistent and you won't end up with those sketchy lines. Just keep working on it and take your time. So far, what you've posted shows a lot of promise. Good luck! Can't wait to see more!
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        Old April 8th, 2013 (9:16 PM).
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          I see a budding artist! n_n;

          No but really, neat drawings you have here! Your colors are very accurate to the originals, so that's always good. And overall, there aren't many eraser lines or heavy pencil marks, so it's good that you took a light-handed approach because that makes the piece better overall. I recommend you break away from Sugimori's style a little and try experimenting on your own with the Pokemon you like! I think we'd love to see that. :3

          Also, make sure that when you color, you avoid using broad strokes. That way, you'll be able to keep the color consistent and you won't end up with those sketchy lines. Just keep working on it and take your time. So far, what you've posted shows a lot of promise. Good luck! Can't wait to see more!
          Wow! Thanks for the advice (: Once Im finished my classes for the semester in about 3 weeks im going to be putting more time into my drawings, I'll keep you updated!
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