Here is a new batch of amazing Pokemon pieces I've inspired other artists to create. Also, I will be out of town from later today to the 18th. Don't have too much fun without me. Check these out, especially that Quagsire.
Okay, it's awesome, but those weren't made by you, I hope that you keep your progress, and still make your own version, keep the originality of yours.. for example, if there is a pokemon that you haven't make but other people already made it, just make it again by yourself, this was your original idea anyway, and this kind of effort that will make people keep inspired by you
It's refreshing to see your positive comments on these pieces. Most people would probably get a bit upset about it, but you are giving everyone positive attention. They are all in honor and inspired by you after all. A lot of them are really nice.
I too, am inspired by your thought process when doing these, and would love to give it a try some day. However, I wouldn't plan on trying to mock or even attempt doing your actual art style if I did make one. Mostly because it would be extremely hard, and I'd have to learn a lot to do it, but also because that's your way, not mine. Not that I wouldn't learn awesome techniques. That's the one thing I don't like seeing in all of these tributes to you. I wish to see people doing what they are comfortable with, instead of trying to be you.
The only thing I want is for the other artists to do a different trainer silhouette than mine. Its cool to inspire other people, everyone has been pretty gracious about making it clear they were inspired by me. Its also great to see people researching and learning about animal anatomy to do these.
Well, I did end up giving a quick, and kinda messy go. As you said about researching and learning animal anatomy, that's the most interesting part to me. While you art skill is amazing, the concepts and thought process you have is basically the cake itself, while the former is the icing that makes it great. And from the small attempt, I can tell that thinking up a design and making it work is more difficult than it may seem...well, at least to me.