10yo: CHIKORITA! :D Why's its leaf glowing?
me: Magic leaf. [thinking: mission accomplished]
This one went a lot quicker than the Nereid sketch now that I know how the brush works. Doing the background takes FORRREEEEEEVVVVAAAAARRRRRRRR. Horrible, horrible lag. Turns out I can do some detail work with it (if I make the brush miniscule). Definitely not doing tattoos with it though, it will drive me insane.
This is the starter I would have picked if I'd played Gen2.
Quickie because I spent most of the day playing PokemonTCG Online (I made a deck and play tested it, and had the computer crash, so then I started stress testing it by continuously playing and the computer started hanging more regularly, I think I have a ram issue so there is much memtesting in my near future, yay). Might do the other generation starters I picked or would have picked (because I didn't play every single game, repetitive plot points were too repetitive even with allegedly exciting new storylines) if I'm not sure what else to do for sketchaday.
This is my Pokemon Yellow starter, Pyxi the pikachu (don't question, I was a stupid teenager XD).
My entry for JWiesner's Great Pokemon Underwater Race. Version with background posted everywhere but dA because I think it looks better, transparent version on dA as that's what's required for the collab. As with the last one, not quite down to the wire, I lost a lot of time being sick for a month and then most of the time spent was in the render (there was a fair bit that went into retopo but purely because I'm not good at it and will probably need to redo it at some stage).
Only just managed another Before the Race, and only because I took way too many shortcuts with Lyric (think I'm going to have to completely redo her whenever I get around to it). Unfortunately the shortcuts were necessary as I lost a month to unexpected sickness -_- (of the kind that quite literally flattens you) Here she is fitting in harness in preparation so he of course has to try to turn around and slobber all over her face because that's what anything remotely dog-shaped does.
Just need to make the mask and then I'll do final pose and render.
Learned heaps for AER characters at least :)
I wanted the texture to be like the viewport render, but it ended up being one glossy vaporeon. He'll do. Working full time on this now to get it done by the deadline. I was doing really well til I got sick, stupid sickness XD
On the bright side, I learned a fair bit about 3d Coat and going back and forth between it and Blender.
After Pokemon Go was officially released (with some very agonising teething problems), one of the other field testers/admins of the Western Australian Pokemon Go community I'd made the wapogologo for said it would be cool if there was a similar logo with the legendary birds (who are the official mascots for the three teams). So I made one using the same colour schemes as the eeveelutions.
Next up, team logos/patches.
Testing out 3dCoat's sculpting tools as well. Roughed out shape with voxels then switched to live clay for detailing. Painted and autopo'd and automapped (I swear that thing is going to make me so slack - the manual retopo tools are also pretty awesome) and exported but haven't fired it up in Blender yet.
Testing out 3d Coat (which I ended up buying after all of one day). I'm going to have to improve my texturing skills now that I have a kickass texture painter.