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4.76 / 5.00

Dec 28, 2014 | 10:07 PM EST
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is an absolutely amazing picture! The best thing about it is probably how it's done with the character May. This really seems like artwork out of Evangelion. Yeah, that would be a great crossover... Treecko is probably done the best here. I was thinking you might make her fanservicey.

While she is beautiful here, it wasn't like I was thinking. The background is fantastic too. I'm glad the pokemon anime has had such wonderful artists making stuff devoted to it. Even the title works well with how simple it is. There appear to be realistic birds in the background. This is just great!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This actually looks like my neighbor's daughter. She has less pokemon, though. Great as always! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like how you centered in on her just the right amount, and blurred the background ever so slightly with the light coming in from behind her shining against her hair was GORGEOUS! However, I absolutely hated the way you made Mudkip's tail. I'm not quite sure I can offer a tip on how you could fix that issue of making it look better "wagging". One possibility, I suppose, is that you could add more definition to the lines extending out of the tail, that is, if they aren't going to be thick lines. Like, in the first part of the tail, you made the coloration beautifully so that it gave the effect of it extending slightly outward from the tail itself, like one of those chips with ripples in it. This technique would have worked well seeing as how you made the lines that fully scale Mudkip's tail very vague and thin. To dumb it down a bit, the ripple effect on it's tail was inconsistent, thus giving it an odd look, and the other thing is that it looks like a fox's tail when it should be flat, like a fishes fin. It was five-star amazing other than that, though!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I find the picture really adorable but, something about May's eyes that seems slightly off for some reason I am unsure, other than that it's a beautiful picture especially how the slight blur in the background really centers where the image matters most. Even the angle is exciting.