Eevee: PokeDesign Challenge
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Eevee: PokeDesign Challenge

Author Comments

Heyy! Guess what!
I made a video tutorial / art lesson!

...This is just the picture that resulted.
Check it out! ... I made the video for a teaching class. c:

Video Link:
http://youtu.be/8mgBnznj2 wc

Reviews


LOOL! the last one is perfect!!!



I like all of them, but the best one is the grumpy lookin one X3 looks like doesn't have much fucks to give. Great art as always



Hahaha great job once again


Sabtastic responds:

Hehe thanks!!
I've recently learned that my little sister wants to take a shot at this. HEH.


i love the idea of how other Eevee may look like.. a abandon one that lost some of it's mind and a prissy one that was fully pampered and groom for like shows and such and the last is a old retierd Eevee that just don't give a darn anymore... i love it ... keep this up and hope to see what you come up with next time


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Sabtastic responds:

Thanks! haha I'm glad you can describe them like that.
...Just what I was going for! c:


first eevee look's like a rat the 2nd we all know and love the good eevee and the last one just has that face that say not you f?cK with me face haha. but i love it nice work


Sabtastic responds:

Thanks!
I think if I absolutely HAD to choose one of them, I'd pick the angry one. I'd make him evolve into a big angry Flareon and he'd scare all of the weaker pokemon / trainers.

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Feb 12, 2013 | 1:09 AM EST
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