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    Red face Pokemon sprite canvases

    I spend most of my spare time painting sprites on canvases and have a lot of pokemon ones.

    This is still my favourite that I've done so far:
    http://fav.me/d5whip2

    What d'ya think?

    Currently working on Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres so if people like this stuff then they'll end up on here too ^^

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    Oh... Oh, wow. That's so cool, and such an original idea.

    I would love to see more of these. The only real problem that I could see was the background- it was too rounded and wetter in places, ruining the 'pixelly' look. That's just really awesome! Can't wait to see more!

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    Wow, I spend some time painting and have been trying to come up with some good ideas that reflect my hobbies and this is just awesome.

    I went ahead and looked through the rest of your paintings and I really like the Cubone one because there are so many elements that reflect Cubone. I also really like the three original starters together; it makes for a nice look.

    What do you use to keep the squares consistent?

    derp.

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    I mark up the entire canvas in .5cm squares. It takes a ridiculously long time and you need a ton of patience for it and it often means painting over an area in white first to stop the line from showing through. For a 30x30cm canvas (the size of the mew) I make 240 marks and lines before even putting the design on.

    And yeh I wish I had another picture of it. I took that when it was newly finished and still a bit patchy. I wish I'd taken another picture once it was dry but it sold almost immeditely

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    That is absolutely amazing. I can't wait to see more
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