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Quilava drawing.

Miltank Lover

Breeder, Miltank Ftw
Hi guys, It's been a while but I've got a new fan-art piece to present to you guys. Here's the Quilava I drew for a secret santa event on deviantart.
Let me know what you think.


If you like what you saw, I'm Ingoro on deviantart :)
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Wow! Tha'ts really impressive =)

The lighting emitting fromt the flames looks especially good


Shadow of Prophecy
I do like the reflection over water. The only things I can really point out are of two very minor details. The first is a personal opinion of dimension. I feel that Quilava in this particular piece is a little bulkier physically than I've come to think of it. However, this can also be acknowledged as a personal touch (much like different shapes to people, different shapes to pokemon).

The other is remembering that Quilava is spouting flame which makes it the light source. That in mind you should perhaps consider how light interracts with the water surface, especially being so close to the water surface itself. Otherwise, very nice piece :)