I Decided to keep up the trend of my all ghost type drawing by doing huge poster size prints for each of the 18 Pokemon types starting with one of my favourite types, Water!
I added almost every Water-type(any that are missing are dual types that will appear in their other types drawing) along with a couple guests
Others in my Pokemon Type Special series!
This is so beautiful! I can find almost every water type here! You use so good colours and shade it good and all those stuff! And I like how Primordial Sea makes it rain down under the surface!
Also, that little Buizel under the Swampert tells us how huge the Primal Kyogre is. I just noticed the battle between a Mega Gyarados and a Mega Sharpedo, in the background behind Kyogre! You know what? I think this would make it as a puzzle. A one thousand bit puzzle.
I´m not a pro, but I know a good picture when I see it. Very great job, my friend.
A very fantastic piece of work indeed! I am personally very impressed with the composition of this picture, with this huge number of pokemon all composed into this picture, it gives the viewer lots of different things to look at, yielding a lot of "movement", meaning making people's eyes move all around the picture. In fact, it would make a very good picture for a search book. I find this picture unique because it's one of these pieces of art that can consume a large portion of a person's time to look at, and actually be worth it! And the sheer number and variety really reflects how much time and effort you put into it. Great job!
As a fan of Pokemon and also of fish and undersea life, this picture took my breath away the moment I saw it in my Inbox. Kyogre at the center of the picture looks really majestic, like a Pokemon Poseidon--he rules over all the creatures of the deep. The glowing effects on his body patterns look amazing, as do the reflections of sunlight on the water's surface at the top of the picture. I especially like how you made sure to include each and every Water-Type Pokemon. As with all your pictures, this was worth every bit of time and effort! <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/b/b…" width="15" height="15" alt="" data-embed-type="emoticon" data-embed-id="366" title=" (Big Grin)"/>
Will you also make these for Groudon and Rayquaza, if you haven't already?
Okay, here are my thoughts-
The vision is beautiful, the view of the pokemon are amazing. ^ ^
The originality...It's like a kingdom of water pokemon! Like atlantis!
And the technique...The shading is beautiful! The krogre looked so real! (I now feel bad on pokemon art academy for some reason. X3)
And the impact... Stunning! You definetly used some great techniques. Perspective, shading, and other techniques. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/b/b…" width="15" height="15" alt="" data-embed-type="emoticon" data-embed-id="366" title=" (Big Grin)"/>
I just want to say, you did a fabulous job, and I hope this critique will make your (And everybody else's) day. Also, That Feraligatr....I don't even.. Ciao, and have a fabulous great day! Ciao!
This is astounding! The amount of work put into this is very clear, and is is indeed a lot. There is so much to this drawing, very few would have puched through to fully complete it. Even the lighting is pretty consistant troughout the drawing. It is also very well spaced and balanced, like how you don't put all of the evolutuions together in one place, making it kindof an "eh" drawing. The motion of this pice is also as close to perfect as you can get. just seeing hoe you made the milotic's fins(?) floatting in the water. The creativity is also there. I didn't notice the littleep, for exsample, even after hours of admireing the piece. Overall, this is pratically perfection! There is nothing I would do to change it.