View Full Version : Red Jirachi's Splice Shop

25th October 2010, 1:54 AM
Welcome to my splice shop!I've been here a while,but I haven't added any artisitc work.Here's my first go


"Zangviper,the Self-Hatred Pokemon(Normal/Poison type).Despite being arch-enemies,Zangoose and Seviper can breed.This hybrid is often seen trying to kill itself."


"Farswinub,the Pig Duck Pokemon(Ground/Flying type).This is based on a true experience-I put Swinub and Farfetch'd in a breeding centre to level them up,and I got an egg.WTF was my reaction"


"This is Rayquini.It is the baby/pre-evolution form of Rayquaza.Since Eastern dragons are serpent-like at birth,I picture baby Rayquaza being like this"

25th October 2010, 4:30 AM
if you've been here a while, you would know that this is in the wrong section ;)

25th October 2010, 5:07 AM
And if you've both been here a while, you should know that unless you're taking requests, this isn't a shop.

Now to crit, these are just recolours and C+P's. The first one is very basic, and its an overused concept for fusions.

I actually really like the second, I've never seen a swinub/farfetch'd fusion. There's a problem with the wing that is facing away from us, the feather that sticks out doesn't look right. Except from that, it's a nice sprite.

The link for the third one is broken.

25th October 2010, 7:53 AM
I also find the second one to be a bit odd. The head is extremely misproportioned withthe rest of the body, and the leek is just weird lookin. It seems awkwardly bent.

5th November 2010, 10:35 PM
I haven't been here for some time, lets get back into the routine:

The first one, as said by tomthepom is C+P and really a bad recolour. The colours don't really work together, on seviper, a lighter purple shade is used beforehand. You only used the shadows and purple outlines, the colours clash and makes it very unrealistic and unnatural

The second one looks strange, it doesn't really work together and the head really doesn't look attached.

The third one I couldn't see. The link is broken

Overall, you need a lot of practice and work, try to scratch more of a sprite instead of C+P, it makes it more interesting and smooth. It really improves your technique and makes your sprites look more 'appetizing'.

Good luck with future sprites...