I was at Youmacon 2012 over the weekend and my friend was doing Pabu from The Legend of Korra. She needed some help and here is what I ended up doing. I cant take all the credit she had it roughed out, I just polished it off and added nose, mouth, and eyebrows. She is so adorbs and was fun to have a HUGE Pabu with my Bolin!
Probably not the best picture, but whatever. She accidentally colored in his hand green, cos it was super complicated to do, as simple as it may look. It was her first mistake in 4 years, haha! She tried to fix it, but it's still green. Though it may work, since his gloves are green in the TV show, which Yellow Version is based off of anyways.
Anyways, this is my first idea for a Pokemon tattoo, and I have one more I may get. These are colored version of the Pokemon Yellow Version sprites.
The reason I got this was an homage to my favorite Pokemon game. It's still my favorite game, and even playing it over 10 years later, it's still as awesome as ever!
God, I love the "Venture Brothers." When I started this "Girlfriends" project, Triana was one of the first characters I jotted down, along with, obviously, Dr. Girlfriend (who is now Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, a title that makes me laugh every time), and Molotov Cocktease. So be expecting more Venture Bros. characters - just don't expect them anytime soon. I'm really not keeping up with this as regularly as I hoped. Eh, the holidays. What can you do?
Of course, it may come as a bit of shock to Triana to learn she's love-struck Dean's "girlfriend." You know... if she was real. But I wasn't going to let a technicality stop me from playing around here. Because another thing I love aside from "Venture Bros." is the Parker books Darwyn Cooke has been putting out. Freakin' gorgeous in art, design and packaging. I'm really envious of his (and Michael Cho's) way with a limited color palette. I figured this was a good piece to experiment with along those lines.
Pigma Micron pens and Photoshop CS colors. Go Team Venture!