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I choose you, Charizard


I kind of did a bit more than with Bulbasuar. I kind of don't even want to do Blastoise. I might, but ehhhh.

But i had a lot of fun animating from Charmander to Charmeleon. Not charizard though. Limiting it to 3 colors makes it look.. wrong, since his wings are green. And it just wasn't fun to animate. Overall though. Pretty nice.

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Only 64x64, 4 colors but you can tell the movement of every muscle. This is some pixel art perfection! Imagine seeing this im 1980 on an Atari. Or heck even on a game boy in 1990. It is superb!

gatekid3 responds:

its 50 by 50, and not counting the background each mon is using 3 colors... unless i messed up somewhere.

and i often wonder what those consoles would look like if they could handle more frames

no mega?

gatekid3 responds:

nah, because charizard has 2, plus gigantimax.

also im not big on mega

Look's like your pixel art skills shows some evolving progress!

gatekid3 responds:

i see what you did there. and it was super effective

Amazing work! A really nice increase in dynamic from your previous Bulbasaur animation~!

I love everything about what you chose to do, even if it was difficult the animation's smooth transitions and creativity pay for itself.

I would honestly love to see you top this with Squirtle! (but no pressure!)

gatekid3 responds:

If i do get around to doing squirtle i doubt i could make it as good as this one, mostly because Squirtle is the least fun of all three to try to animate and make move.

This should be front paged. Great work my friend.

gatekid3 responds:

Thank you!

Credits & Info

4.62 / 5.00

Mar 20, 2020
2:56 PM EDT
Pixel Art
File Info
500 x 500 px
932.2 KB

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