My friend traded me one of these back in the day and I guess the name stuck
Dragonite: Dragoofy (too goofy)
Kingdra: Leafy (Leafy sea dragon)
I think I just named every evolved non-legendary dragon.
I wanted to call my dnite something really cool like sky killer or light bringer
Currently playing Watch Dogs 2
Hii Affection, I'd like to join !
Name: lavaburst14(Soon to be The Joltik Queen)
Who is your favourite Dragon-type Pokemon: Deino(I <3 Zambe so much)
Why you like Dragon-type Pokemon: Probably because my first pokemon card was a flygon delta species/my best competitive team pokemon is dragonite(Stone)/my first legendary was palkia(Moonbeam) :3
What's made you interested in Dragon-types: Their strength, beauty, grace, and have some of the best shiny forms out there!
TEST - I am a Dragon-type Pokemon who has blue scaly skin and a small white horn on my head. I also have 2 bead-like orbs on the end of my tail. Who am I?: Dragonair
As for this:
I mm'd Zambe myself raising him to be strong even if I don't evolve him. I use him in my roleplays, battling in-game, and on some play throughs. He even beat the entire elite 4, N, and Ghetsis at only lv.57 as a Dieno! I'm not planning on evolving him ever, but this cute shiny dieno probably is one of my favorite dragons I own. I <3 Zambe~*
Anyway, New topic: Does anyone draw dragon pokemon on photoshop/digitally or on paper? Which type of drawing method do you prefer when drawing dragon pokemon if you do?
I like to draw dragon pokemon on paper as sketches, on paint prgram with pixels, or even photoshop CS5 extended~* My favorite way to draw them is on Photoshop/digitally.
I had Photoshop on my laptop, but it slows down my laptop, so sadly, I can't.