tot déu el vol hahahha XD ara tindra una evolucio horrenda i inutil i no el voldra ningu... espero que no passi com amb el tepig... k de ser el meu prefe ara es el k mes odio, per culpa de com evoluciona XD
Nintendo is really running out of ideas. I have to admit, Fennekin is cute and I really do like him (since I love foxes), but the design itself is a bit more unoriginal for Nintendo. Chespin is okay, cute, but not the best. And Froakie is probably the only starter I have ever disliked. Nintendo needs to learn to wait a while, and I mean a while, before starting the next gen.
But enough complaining from me, nice job on the drawings! At first I thought this was official art, you're just so good. x3
True, but still. I just don't see any originality anymore. I mean, I'm now like in love with Fennekin and Chespin. xD But, they aren't just as original anymore. >n< At least I don't freak out like most people do when they say Nintendo is losing it with Pokemon, I still learn to love 'em.
What do you mean? If you ask me I think Gamefreak is stepping up. Chespin is a chestnut hedgehog still wearing his cupule as a hat (cupule is the grassy covering that is over a chestnut when you harvest it). He is the first non-reptile grass type, which is a step in a non-predictable direction. Fennekin is a Fennec fox with the body design of a chihuahua, I've never seen Gamefreak basing the fire starter after a desert native creature before. Last but not least, Froakie which looks like a dapper foam nest frog.
While the ideas behind the Pokemon can be quite creative, it's how the Pokemon themselves look. Fennekin does not look as original as Vulpix. That's what I'm trying to point out. The designs aren't just as original as they used to be. With that being said, though, there's no need to throw hate at the newer Pokemon like most people do. It bothers me how people can't give things a second look to things anymore.
Anything can be tough to draw. I can't really draw Pokemon anymore without throwing in my style, well I can, but it's hard. Depending on what you draw and how you draw things, things can be difficult whether they're simple or complex.
From what speculation I heard, some people have said Nintendo might've released X/Y so fast because of the 3D graphics. Black/White 2 had sprites and 2D graphics, while X/Y has 3D; both would take two separate teams to tackle, thus Nintendo could get more done in shorter time because they have 2 separate areas with different workers to deal with instead of using the same people constantly.