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Here's my Entry for the Level Cap COTM.
I Wanted to Paint a Charizard for a long time now and this competition finally gave me reason to.
I always found it kind of strange how Pokemon don't grow or change physically at all after evolving even though they continue to level up. I wanted to try and amp up Charizard from his regular 1.7 Meter tall self to his Max.

Progress Screenshots:

I Had a lot of fun painting this, Goodluck Everyone!


may the best charizard win :D (i did charizard too >.>) Also i think his tail flame is a bit small....looks like a charmander's flame :D also as stated earlier it does look like he iss off balanced or going to fall XD anywho good job

LukeF responds:

Thank you, Your charizard is cool!
The flame being small was to not direct too much attention towards it since it's at the bottom of the piece and his face is more towards the top. As for the balance i spread him out to fill up more space, I think the wings and tail wrapped on the mountain would balance him but thank you for the critique, I do appreciate it :)
Best of luck to you
(Sorry for the late response, only seeing his now)

That's really good! One thing that's bothering me though is that he looks so unbalanced. But other than that, pretty good! good luck!

LukeF responds:

I think I see what you mean, Thank you so much for the feedback :) Appreciate it. Goodluck to you too!

Looks cool! Nice job. You should checkout mine too.

LukeF responds:

Thank you. You too, I like the lighting you did!

that looks awesome and SO detailed!!

LukeF responds:

Thanks Fieasko! :) means a lot

very nice!

LukeF responds:

Thank you!

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Credits & Info

4.62 / 5.00

May 23, 2017 | 10:44 AM EDT
File Info
2015 x 2519 px
6.4 mb

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