Sunday, 19 August 2012

Pidgey-Pidgeotto-Pidgeot

No more negativity here...
Swiss Army Boyfriend told me to stop saying everything sucks. That's easy with these three, I always trained up Pidgeot to be my strongest Pokemon. I suppose you could say these three are somewhat Native-American inspired, which fits well with current Bohemian trends. I kept them linked through capes and feather elements. Enjoy! Oh, and BTW, you can click on the images to see a slideshow/larger versions. Please don't copy any of my work or reproduce without my permission, thanks!

Pidgey: This one is probably my favorite of the three I drew. Despite the ease of using a tablet, it still took way too long to color the feathers. Worth it, maybe?


Fig 1. Pidgey dress
Pidgeotto: And now we must introduce the color pink. I have never seen a pink pigeon... The cape is leather, and all tail-feather ornaments (like from the belt and shoes in Pidgey there, above) are wood. The top is made from some sort of pliable gold substance. Feathery shoes.

Fig 2. Pidgeotto dress

Pidgeot is somewhat more 'elegant' than the others (I tried to make it so anyways). Because of the colors, the dress sort of loses it's shape a bit, I imagine in real life it would appear as fitted as I intended it to be due to better depth. Again, leather cape/poncho/shawl thing.



Fig 3. Pidgeot dress



Thanks for checking these out, leave a comment if you feel so inclined (I love feedback!).
Off to go wash the walls of my new place... hurrah.

Ciao
Lindsay -- 29CentPens


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2 comments:

  1. These are really great! The Pidgey dress is definitely my favourite, and yes, worth it!

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  2. I love all of them! I really cannot decide which is the prettiest, I want them all! Great, inspiring work!

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