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My Red/Blue Pokemon Colorations

Discussion in 'Fan Sprites' started by Hiropkmnmaster, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. These pokemon were originally black and white, but I colored them in R/S colors. It's not finished yet, but what do you think so far?

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    I know Butterfree is in the RS version, but the body of the Red Blue versions was all black, and it looked crappy when I was finished with it. And I know Fearow isn't colored in.
     
  2. crystal-zephyr

    crystal-zephyr i feel his pain

    Wow. They're great. For Butterfree you might need to scratch the colour onto it. Keep up doing them and the good work.
     
  3. Chaos Rush

    Chaos Rush Well-Known Member

    I think they're great, but I would try to recolor Yellow version sprites than Red/Blue, because many Red/Blue sprites look bad, even when the best person recolorer in the world tries to recolor them. A decent Red/Blue sprite is Gyarados.
     
  4. I just chose them because those are my favorite sprites. I think many of them are pretty wicked awesome. Like Rhydon, Dragonite, Gyarados, Blastoise, etc.
     
  5. emeraldellie

    emeraldellie Δ Staff Member Admin

    You need to change the shading and outlining so they look more like RS sprites rather than just recolor.
     
  6. Update.
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    How are those new ones?
     
  7. GardevoirMaster

    GardevoirMaster Legendary Pokémon Coordinator

    Uh, you do realize that the Butterfree is the RSE sprite, right? Other than that, they're just recolors, nothing special. They're usually called revamps too. A revamp is when you take an old sprite, from RBY, GSC, etc.. and color/shade it in a way, that it looks like its from RSE/FRLG. You're kind of just recoloring, keeping the RBY shading there, and they don't look too good either. A lot of them have black blotches, which should be colored in somehow, and the outline is all black. They're not horrible, but there is room for improvement.
     

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