This is so cool. While it does need some more tweaking (and the creators are still in the process of making it better!) I would so buy a Pokemon game like this.
I’m surprised how well the original Gold and Silver look translates to 3D. I am disappointed that the starters are from Kanto though, but maybe they’ll fix it in later versions.
Another fantastic piece of work by ~Lillyxandra
Oh man, those sleeves. And the colors just set each other off so well. Let’s not forget the glorious beadwork either!
Drawn as a really late (by two years or so!) birthday gift for my mom. So I’m giving it to her this weekend for her birthday.
The creature in the image is actually my character Selfesmaerta Goldenhorn, who my mom loved when I showed her a drawing in one of my sketchbooks. She liked Goldenhorn’s fluffiness and said she looked friendly, which made me lol but really isn’t all that out of character for her. She uses her appearance as a beautiful Ki-rin to draw in people to devour them or, if she is so in the mood, grant them wishes like her true counterparts, but have those wishes end horribly. For example, someone wishes for gold. They are walking down the docks one day and a load of gold falls from a ship and crushes them, thus fulfilling their wish.
Hey, they never said they wanted to USE that gold, right?
She’s also not adverse to being sexually suggestive to lure in the unsuspecting before devouring them (or even having a bit of pleasure before the death blow). For that she can take on an anthropomorphized or more humanoid to fully human form.
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I tried to tell my mother all of this but she didn’t seem to mind and insisted Goldenhorn was adorable XD
As for the art itself, I used Prisma pencils, Micron pens, and some gold and silver paint pens. My scanner ate most of the color and made it sort of grainy.
I was inspired by stained glass and the gold halos of holy figures in old images for the background. Ironic, I suppose. Next to one of her ears there’s a slight unintentional but apt mistake I made with the gold paint.
A peacock I made for a class a while ago.