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Published on Jun 14, 2014
Finally, a video with a running time shorter than ten minutes! As a little tie-in to my Emerald Nuzlocke, I'll draw a member of my team every so often. I need a good excuse to draw stuff. Besides, my channel art says "doodles," but the only thing I've done in that department is that Cirno picture I colored nearly five years ago. Time to rectify that. Naturally, being my starter, first up is Oboe.
I don't draw Pokémon that often, so there's a solid chance that most of these videos will show the first time I've ever drawn any particular one. Mudkip is no exception. Fortunately, it's a simple design. I guess that's the case with pretty much all unevolved Pokémon. I never realized how front-heavy Mudkips are until I actually got started on this. Its head is literally as big as the rest of it. Hooray for cartoon anatomy. I'm not really that satisfied with the feet.
Since I don't have access to a tablet anymore (granted, I didn't have one for the Cirno picture, either) and scanner access is questionable, this is 100% mouse work in Inkscape. I still have quite a bit to learn about working in that program, despite the fact that I seem to know my way around hotkeys. I probably could have done this in GIMP with similar methods, but I like being able to tweak my lines anytime, plus it saves loads of time on coloring. Besides, vector graphics are nice and flexible even in a finished state.
Sooner or later, I'm going to find just the right way to present my music choices in my videos. I think I'm getting closer. On that note, I'd use exclusively Pokémon music, but I don't have enough in my library for potentially thirty-plus Pokémon in videos at this length. Also, HD because I remembered my monitor is actually designed for that for once. Will there be more 1080p to come on my channel? If I remember to set my recording to fit my whole screen for anything other than drawing, then maybe.