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Magneta's Pokemon Drawings

Magneta
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19 Oct 2015, 16:49 #1

Been meaning to create this thread for a while now :lol3: . Some drawings I've done on the free mode on 'Pokemon Art Academy' for the 3DS. Some are done in free hand but in some of the more recent ones I've drawn, I've used the construction shapes to help me out (especially when it comes to drawing wings and circles, which I hate doing :moody: ).

Artist's note; the backgrounds I use in the pictures aren't my own and are from what I unlock when I progress throughout the game.
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19 Oct 2015, 16:56 #2

Here's a couple of them to get this thread started.

Cyndaquil (a fire type)- Paint; this was me trying to be clever with the shading and lightning (done with construction shapes):



Chandelure (a ghost and fire type)- Felt Tip; again, me trying to be clever with the shading and lightning. Also, I thought I'd post it in as it was appropriate enough for Halloween ;) (also done with construction shapes):



Also, I forgot to mention that I use the camera to take the pics from my 3DS (can't save them on to the SD card within the 3DS) so I apologize if the lightning isn't good on some of them :oops: .
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19 Oct 2015, 19:17 #3

I remember liking Pokémon a lot years ago.

Cyndaquil looks very cute. Very nice colors.

I'm not familiar with Chandelure, but good job with him to begin with.
[img]http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee109/kacangpool/vida/2010-tavern-awards-stanlee.jpg[/img]

[img]http://spiralgoddess.webs.com/IMG_20171107_103942.jpg[/img]

[img]http://www.freewebs.com/eternalalanna/Screenshot%202017-12-03%20at%203.35.02%20PM.png[/img]

[IMG]http://eternalashlotte.webs.com/Screenshot%202017-12-18%20at%2011.49.20%20AM.png[/IMG]
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19 Oct 2015, 19:39 #4

Eternal Nightmare @ Oct 19 2015, 08:17 PM wrote: I remember liking Pokémon a lot years ago.

Cyndaquil looks very cute. Very nice colors.

I'm not familiar with Chandelure, but good job with him to begin with.
Thanks Eternal! Chandelure is from the Black and White series from the DS ;)
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19 Oct 2015, 20:55 #6

Big Thunder! @ Oct 19 2015, 09:48 PM wrote: Good pics, Mags.
Thanks BT :thbsup: !
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20 Oct 2015, 16:08 #7

Hey Magenta, great pictures! I love cyndaquil personally haha. Have you ever done sequential art?
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20 Oct 2015, 19:08 #8

moonknight321 @ Oct 20 2015, 05:08 PM wrote: Hey Magenta, great pictures! I love cyndaquil personally haha. Have you ever done sequential art?
Hi there Moonknight321, thanks for the comment! Hmm, sequential art? I don't think I've ever heard of it before, what is it [thinking] ?
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21 Oct 2015, 17:38 #9

You're welcome! Sequential art is like comic book art. Telling a story through pictures. If you're interested in a chance to try it out, I may have an opportunity for you. Shoot me a message if interested.
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21 Oct 2015, 19:13 #10

moonknight321 @ Oct 21 2015, 06:38 PM wrote: You're welcome! Sequential art is like comic book art. Telling a story through pictures. If you're interested in a chance to try it out, I may have an opportunity for you. Shoot me a message if interested.
No I haven't tried it or interested in it but thanks for the offer MK :thbsup:
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21 Oct 2015, 22:35 #11

Haha you're welcome! Keep up the good work with the pokemon!
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24 Oct 2015, 20:50 #12

Here's a paint drawing I did of Mew- A psychic type Pokemon...and my favourite legendary Pokemon too [happy] . Again, me trying to be clever with the shading and lightning:



Pachiricu (an electric type Pokemon) in pastel (me being clever with shading and lightning again):



One of a female Pikachu (an electric type...and also a female because of the "dip" in its tail. The males tails are straighter) in paint with shading and lightning. The flower on its ear was of my own design :D :



Yup they were all done with construction shapes.
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26 Oct 2015, 04:29 #13

you drew these? awesome mags
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26 Oct 2015, 08:15 #14

kacangpool @ Oct 26 2015, 04:29 AM wrote: you drew these? awesome mags
Thanks KC, yup I did draw them :D
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27 Oct 2015, 18:30 #15

Magneta @ Oct 26 2015, 02:15 AM wrote:
kacangpool @ Oct 26 2015, 04:29 AM wrote: you drew these? awesome mags
Thanks KC, yup I did draw them :D
brilliant [1st]
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04 Nov 2015, 16:49 #16

Here's one I did of Cyndaquil using felt tip a while back...and done by my own hand. No construction shapes used whatsoever:



A paint image of Omanyte, a water-rock type Pokemon (sorry if he looks as if he's hovering; the background had been the basis of a much larger water type <_< ). Yup, it's one of the prehistoric Pokemon too:



A felt tip drawing of the ice type Pokemon Vanilite:

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04 Nov 2015, 21:44 #17

Good stuff, Mags! I like the sea creature. You gave it good depth with the highlights on the creature's skin.
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04 Nov 2015, 21:52 #18

Big Thunder! @ Nov 4 2015, 09:44 PM wrote: Good stuff, Mags! I like the sea creature. You gave it good depth with the highlights on the creature's skin.
Thanks BT! Omanyte is one of my favourite prehistoric Pokemon. I've another prehistoric Pokemon that I like but I can't spell it without looking <_< . But yeah, that was me trying to be clever with the shading and playing about with some of the features to make it more "showy".
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18 Nov 2015, 16:42 #19

Here's a pic I did of Jigglypuff- a Normal type Pokemon- in felt tip without the use of construction shapes. As you can see, she can do with loosing a few pounds as a result :lol3: (I'm bad at drawing circles without aid, such as a coin):



Here's another one I did of Jigglypuff in paint with construction shapes which turned out better:



A pastel drawing of Lugia- a Flying and Psychic Pokemon. Did the wings using construction shapes (another thing I'm not good at doing without some sort of aid) but the rest of his body I did without any aid. I chose the background because it reminded me of my favourite Pokemon film 'Pokemon 2000'; Lugia's first appearance in the animi:



A spray paint version of a pic of Pikachu and Piplup (a Water type) I've been meaning to do for a while now:

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09 Dec 2015, 17:21 #20

Magneta @ Nov 18 2015, 10:42 AM wrote: Here's a pic I did of Jigglypuff- a Normal type Pokemon- in felt tip without the use of construction shapes. As you can see, she can do with loosing a few pounds as a result :lol3: (I'm bad at drawing circles without aid, such as a coin):



Here's another one I did of Jigglypuff in paint with construction shapes which turned out better:



A pastel drawing of Lugia- a Flying and Psychic Pokemon. Did the wings using construction shapes (another thing I'm not good at doing without some sort of aid) but the rest of his body I did without any aid. I chose the background because it reminded me of my favourite Pokemon film 'Pokemon 2000'; Lugia's first appearance in the animi:



A spray paint version of a pic of Pikachu and Piplup (a Water type) I've been meaning to do for a while now:

very nice mags [happy]
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12 Dec 2015, 21:03 #21

A drawing I did of the dragon type Dratini using construction shapes and a felt tip. It was meant to be a comic book style drawing with the shadows and such but I only realised afterwards I didn't put in the highlights :moody: :



A paint drawing I did of the electric Pokemon Plusle (the red one) and Minun (the blue one) using construction shapes, complete with shading and lightning:

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12 Dec 2015, 21:15 #22

kacangpool @ Dec 9 2015, 05:21 PM wrote:
Magneta @ Nov 18 2015, 10:42 AM wrote: Here's a pic I did of Jigglypuff- a Normal type Pokemon- in felt tip without the use of construction shapes. As you can see, she can do with loosing a few pounds as a result&nbsp; :lol3: (I'm bad at drawing circles without aid, such as a coin):



Here's another one I did of Jigglypuff in paint with construction shapes which turned out better:



A pastel drawing of Lugia- a Flying and Psychic Pokemon. Did the wings using construction shapes (another thing I'm not good at doing without some sort of aid) but the rest of his body I did without any aid. I chose the background because it reminded me of my favourite Pokemon film 'Pokemon 2000'; Lugia's first appearance in the animi:



A spray paint version of a pic of Pikachu and Piplup (a Water type) I've been meaning to do for a while now:

very nice mags [happy]
Thanks KC :thbsup: !
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12 Dec 2015, 21:28 #23

Really good stuff! Good shading.
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12 Dec 2015, 21:34 #24

Big Thunder! @ Dec 12 2015, 09:28 PM wrote: Really good stuff! Good shading.
Thanks BT! I like to add shadows and highlights to my drawings. Makes them stand out and a bit more life like.

I know there's a lot of cute Pokemon at the moment I've been posting in but there's not many Pokemon on the subject page to draw that aren't cute. I know you can download more images to draw via internet but I've not been able to do that for some reason :moody: ...
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31 Dec 2015, 20:27 #25

Great stuff, Mags. What's your favorite generation? And favorite pokemon, overall?
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