at long last, my Muse has arrived
All of the starters drawn in their premier style/colors/shading.
The most distinct are obviously gen 1 and 2, since they had such a limited color pallette.
3 and 4 are pretty similar, though past 3 they stopped using a few shading techniques, but still kept a fair amount of complexity.
5 was interesting because they kept pretty much just 3 levels of color/shading on each sprite, and they’re all pretty vibrant. Kind of like—- cel-shading, I think. I bet it was because all of the sprites were animated for the first time.
And then 6………….. It is hard to emulate a 3D style that we all only saw about 3 seconds of each monster of. Hahaha. Oh well I tried!!!!!
now I want to do more Gen I - II style colorings
an old doodle i found in my math textbook
If you don’t already watch Bravest Warriors, this is the single best reason why you should.
all you ever do is hurt me
Broken Flower by Jon Shireman is created by soaking various kinds of flowers in a liquid nitrogen bath for up to 30 minutes before using a special spring-loaded contraption to slam them against a surface at high speed.
Emily J Moore, “Want/Need”, Acrylic, Marker and Ink on Illustration Board, 12.5 by 16.5 inches, 2013, emilyjmoore.com