~****** THIS DESIGN BELONGS TO AND MAY NOT BE USED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT HER PERMISSION****~
Thanks for letting me post this! And thanks again for the sub!
No offense to anyone, but I always thought of Celebi as a sort of disproportionate, ungraceful character *by looks alone.* Mostly because of the Mickey Mouse-ish feet and tiny wings. On the contrary, its head has a very elegant shape to it. The hardest part about this commission was matching my ideas for the head with the rest of the body. I felt that the wings had the greatest potential for some personal touches/creativity here, and although the commissioner originally wanted the design solid black, I couldn't help but add autumnal colors to it! (especially with all the leaves changing color here!) The shape of the wings... Flowing autumn leaves? Guardian of the forest/time?
See it however you will. One of the things I love most about turning stuff into tattoos is just this.
My Parasect dress. I decided to opt out of Parasect's arthropod features as I didn't want to overcomplicate anything. I did stick with it's glowy soulless eyes by adding pearls as accents on the dress and encrusted on the shoes. The dress would probably be made out of some sort of crushed velvet.
Just a quick render here, posting simply for the fact I think you guys might like it...
I realized that my website was missing cool error pages. I mean, a plainly formatted title "Error 500: Internal Server Error" with a description is hardly interesting. Errors should at least be interesting to the naked eye.
From now on, if the server generates an Apache error, you'll be presented with this image, along with some text, just in case. Don't believe me? Boom, next problem. I've also done some 403: Forbidden error pages, as well as a few other odd-jobs to tide me over.
Of course, we hardly ever get errors, so if you'd like to download the Lucario model for use in most modelling software, you can do just that HERE, or even download all 1500+ models for free at the same site, HERE!
Rendered in Blender normal renderer
Pokemon is copyright Gamefreak/Nintendo ROEStudios, the RootOfEvil logo and all associated materials are Copyright Richard Sowden 2013
Paras dress! If you recall my bulbasaur series, you may remember a similar briefs + maxi style. I decided to refer back to an earlier piece in case I ever wanted to combine any pieces for a collection. My awesome, gorgeous boyfriend helped with designing the top for this one. I must say, I was quite stuck for quite awhile.