I finally did it! I can now proudly present the complete spoiler for my 229-card set for Magic: The Gathering based entirely on the world of Pokemon. The page is set up like the official Magic card image galleries; simply click on a color to view all the cards within that category. Enjoy!
As the title suggests, about a year ago I created a custom set using the first generation of Pokemon and the island of Kanto as my theme. And yes, I went the whole nine yards; creatures, instants, sorceries, artifacts, enchantments, planeswalkers, and nonbasic lands are all included. It took about 3 months from start to finish, and I’ve play-tested the set once in the form of a draft with my MTG club at college. I’d love to answer any questions you may have about the design process, the wonderful artwork I used and adapted for the cards, and of course rules questions about the cards themselves. I won’t be giving out the entire set to anyone just yet, but I’ll post cards of specific Pokemon or cards that people would like to see if I’ve already created them. To see what has already been shown to the public already, check out the blog I made initially to map my progress: http://pokemonmtg.blogspot.com/
Proof: http://pokemonmtg.blogspot.com/2014/03/one-year-later-ama.html If that isn’t valid enough, I’ll message the moderators with a link to the complete set.
Have a bulbasaur. A very small bulbasaur. His joints don’t look too solid… Maybe he’s a beanie baby?
Trying to get back into random sketches, so have a dog-satyr thing. The proportions are probably a lot more horrifying than the creature.
Here’s Dalamus, my Dunmer who keeps getting resurrected at various stages of his life. Since I now have Chargen Extension’s sliders in my arsenal, I could finally make him as young as he should have been the first time I played with him! I swear, it’s like every time you try to make a male Dunmer in vanilla Skyrim, they always end up looking at least 60. Except in Dunmer years that’s probably more like 257. You know how it is.
Finally got around to trying out the Chargen Extension morphs with RaceMenu. These two characters were both created using those morphs. The goal was the see how human I could make them look. Obviously the Dunmer’s head was a bit easier to work with, but I really liked the end result for both of them. In the very least, it should be a lot easier to make lighter-looking Orcs now!
Testing out my new small Intuos that I’ll be carrying around with my laptop from now on. Feels pretty much the same as my bigger Bamboo that I use with the desktop, which is totally what I was hoping for.
I thought you all deserved some original material instead of all the posts I’ve been making with other people’s shots, so here’s my latest character, Thorbalt Whiteblood, fresh out of the wilderness after being left for dead. He just arrived at WIndhelm. Apparently I’m not that great at making up Nord names. Happy New Year!