Inspired by the in-game sprites and specifically the trainer portraits.
Ughhh, I'm new to this site and I feel so out of place with all these awesome pixel artists around. Hope to improve as a pixel artist here, hope y'all treat me kindly!
Wow! awesome! I love the dynamic of the portrait!
I really love the girl came out :)
This piece is art, which means dithering is fine. If you where making a sprite that could be used in a pokemon game, dithering was not ok, get what I mean?
P.S. Too bad for the cowboy shoes, else she would have been my type :P (I fancy pixel chicks lol)
A M A I Z I N G !!
ah, thank you very much! oh, alright, i'll mess with that soon, much appreciation for the crit
thank you for the welcome! what do you mean by dithering for official poke's and fake's?
looks great, very creative! only crit would be that the abs on the girl look a little too dark. it think it might be that the necklace that hangs by her belly button isn't really defined and blends inwith the skin.
I think the dithering is fine since the pokemon aren't normal size and don't have the standard stance. If you where just making fakemons the dithering would be bad. Welcome aboard!
FFFF, thanks so much for the comment and welcome!
thank you and glad to be here!
ah, I see thank you for that crit, the dithering did appear out of place at a lot of places to myself (however there is a small amount of dithering present in almost all the sprites), but thank you for the crit, I'll definately keep it in mind for the next of this series!
ahh; thank you so much!
With pixels like this, I believe you'll fit in like the shiniest, swankiest glove of 'em all!
Very unusual and a great addition to the collective gallery! Welcome aboard.
By way of crit - I dispute the need for dithering, it rather breaks up the clean cell-shaded Pokemon style.
WOW!! Best Pokemon pixelart yet! Damn... this has such style and class. Good job!
Welcome to Pixel Joint by the way!