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    pokemon trying to capture: Weedle

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    Omgosh this is so cute. He looks a little squishy and OMG you have shading on him TOO! Niceee <3 AND he's using the most Weedle move evar. I lold <3

    Some tips tho. Weedle has a weird little bug body that, in my opinion, is similar to rope, if you've ever tried to draw rope before. He's a little fat, and thats okay! Cause maybe he just ate an oran berry. But anyway, to get his body to not look so lumpy like that, you need to stop his next little section before coming to the end of the one above it. If you know what I mean. Also, from what I can gather, it looks like you swapped colours on his nose thing and he's little feet things. xD But it's consistent at least, so not really a problem there. Now for your shading. Sometimes, I really like the pencil tool on MS paint. You can totally mimic hatching and cross hatching techniques with it, which would make really simple MS paint pictures look a whole lot better. It might take a little while to do, and you have to be careful as to not make it too crowed, or otherwise it'll just look like a jumble of mess and it'll defeat the purpose lol.

    Hatching is parallel lines placed together in a way that simulates a shadow. The closer they are together, the darker the shading will appear.

    Cross hatching is intersecting parallel lines placed together in a way that simulates a shadow. As with hatching, the closer together your lines are, the darker the shading will appear. But try not to make a bunch of # everywhere, because that just ruins it. Instead, start with just hatching and then determine if some intersecting lines would make it look better, or if they would give you a darker shading.

    Here is an example of good hatching/cross hatching.
    This is also a good example of hatching and crosshatching used together. You aren't restricted to using one, of course lol.

    Here is an example of BAD cross hatching.


    those pictures are not mine, I found them on google lol


    And also, with hatching, make sure the lines go with the contour (outline) of whatever you're shading.


    I GIVE THIS A 30 and WEEDLE IS CAPTURED. (: Next time, though, I'm gonna expect to see some hatching/crosshatching. (;
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    Default Re: Weedle use String Shot

    thanks for review :) and will use hatching/crosshatching next time

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