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Icy's School of Spriting

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Hello c: Welcome to my sprite school! Template courtesy of Duliner. They’re great at making templates, as you can see :D If you're wondering what program you should use, MS Paint and Paint.Net are two commonly used pixel art programs. Piskel is a pixel art website for users who can’t download programs, and Photopea is like Photoshop, but for for pixel art. You can get official Pokemon sprites here. Teachers can also get a personalized Teacher Badge like this one by asking matecocido through PM! Let's get right into the Rules.

Rules

- Please respect others. - Don’t put your own art down. It puts teachers in an awkward situation by forcing them to have to contradict you and reassure you. Critiquing your art is great, but don’t insult it. - Don’t assign or edit Pokémon from Gen 6 and up. - All teachers are allowed to accept student forms, but only I can accept teacher forms. - If a teacher forgets to give you an assignment, after a day you can post again reminding them. - If a class you want to take has requirements, prove you have learned the required class by showing an example of your work or taking the required class before you learn the new class. - Use the Form(s). - The password is boop. - Feel free to suggest new classes if you'd like, but only if you have an example of what the class would look like and an image guide and a written guide showing how to do the class.

Classes

There’s a lot here, but don’t be overwhelmed! Take your time, look through them, and decide on a couple classes you want to learn. If you’ve never sprited before, I’d recommend taking Recolour first. It’s easy to learn and is required for a lot of classes. You’ll learn a lot about what colours go well together, which ones don’t, and how to make your sprites look good. I’d also strongly recommend not learning more than three classes at a time. If you’re sure you have the time and motivation, then go for it! Just make sure not to go overboard and burn out.

Recolour

Required Classes: None Example:

Teacher(s):

icymoon193, Lia, nyanskitty, PeanutsButter, Blueberry813, MensScapus, Cattafang, Astimageon, Da Melon Party, Vio99, SkylarWolf, ExoticWC, Periidot, CatEnergetic, AsteroidPizza39, FresherOrc4, Hooded, PupperCakes, WolfieLeDoggo, LexyB20, Requipp123, PrincessPika, Vulpix88, Swag3Tails, Duliner, fevineFollower, BlueAssassin247, Dusky4Life, bulbasaurOWO, Skitty22, LeviTehLillipup, Braixen10, SwirlingInferno, JirachiStar5525, toffeebean, DrakoTheDragon, Skylarin, Kerilet, Sachiller, Slytherin Queen, VyperMusic, matecocido, AsymDoll13, AudreyC27, Firehazard21, CottonEevee, RenCringe, turbotastic11, Sina142, Kingtotodile, sleek07, AstridStar, NightDusk24, ChefGucci

Fusion

Required Classes: Recolour Example:

Teacher(s):

icymoon193, Lia, nyanskitty, Blueberry813, PeanutsButter, espeon445, ChocolaTee, Da Melon Party, ExoticWC, Periidot, CatEnergetic, Hooded, AsteroidPizza39, PupperCakes, LexyB20, PrincessPika, Vulpix88, BlueAssassin247, bulbasaurOWO, LeviTehLillipup, Skitty22, toffeebean, Kerilet, VyperMusic, Sachiller, AsymDoll13, matecocido, Slytherin Queen, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Kingtotodile, Sina142, sleek07, AstridStar, CottonEevee

Retype

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): icymoon193, nyanskitty, MensScapus, ChocolaTee, Vio99, ExoticWC, Vulpix88, LeviTehLillipup, Fennekava, Skitty22, Kerilet, matecocido, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Kingtotodile, Sina142, CottonEevee

Heartless

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): icymoon193, MensScapus, Vio99, ExoticWC, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, matecocido, turbotastic11, Sina142

Lineless

Required Classes: Recolour Example:

Teacher(s):

icymoon193, PeanutsButter, Vio99, ExoticWC, FresherOrc4, AsteroidPizza39, ChocolaTee, LexyB20, Swag3Tails, Duliner, LeviTehLillipup, Mataamoja, Da Melon Party, toffeebean, SwirlingInferno, Skylarin, Skitty22, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, matecocido, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Sina142, ChefGucci

Glitch

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): icymoon193, Vio99, FresherOrc4, WolfieLeDoggo, LexyB20, BlueAssassin247, LeviTehLillipup, Skitty22, toffeebean, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, matecocido, AudreyC27, CottonEevee, turbotastic11, kittypower20100, Sina142

Paper

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): icymoon193, Lia, nyanskitty, Vio99, ExoticWC, FresherOrc4, LeviTehLillipup, Mataamoja, Skitty22, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Sina142, CottonEevee

Stickers

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): icymoon193, nyanskitty, Vio99, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, BlueAssassin247, Skitty22, Mataamoja, Kerilet, toxtricity, matecocido, AudreyC27, CottonEevee, turbotastic11, Sina142

Gummis (Lia)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Lia, nyanskitty, icymoon193, MensScapus, PeanutsButter, Vio99, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, Firehazard21, turbotastic11, CottonEevee

Animated Recolour (Lia)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Lia, icymoon193, Vio99, FresherOrc4, AsteroidPizza39, Da Melon Party, PupperCakes, Duliner, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Skitty22, Skylarin, Kerilet, turbotastic11, CottonEevee, Sina142, AudreyC27

Silhouettes (Lia)

Required Classes: Recolour Example:

Teachers:

Lia, nyanskitty, icymoon193, Blueberry813, Astimageon, ChocolaTee, Da Melon Party, Vio99, SkylarWolf, FresherOrc4, WolfieLeDoggo, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Skitty22, Kerilet, AsymDoll13, matecocido, AudreyC27, CottonEevee, turbotastic11, Sachiller, Sina142, AstridStar

Flags (Lia)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Lia, icymoon193, SkylarWolf, FresherOrc4, ChocolaTee, LexyB20, KitKatKutie2, Braixen101, Kerilet, AsymDoll13, Skitty22, AudreyC27, matecocido, turbotastic11, Sina142

Data (nyanskitty)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): nyanskitty, icymoon193, MensScapus, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Skitty22, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Firehazard21, turbotastic11, CottonEevee, Sina142

Gijinka (nyanskitty)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): nyanskitty, icymoon193, espeon445, Merri - Marvel, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Skitty22, Kerilet, Da Melon Party, Slytherin Queen, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, CottonEevee, Sina142

Crystal (nyanskitty)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): nyanskitty, icymoon193, MensScapus, FresherOrc4, Hooded, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, Firehazard21, turbotastic11, CottonEevee

Rainbow (Blueberry813)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: (Example by turbotastic11) Teacher(s): Blueberry813, icymoon193, CatEnergetic, FresherOrc4, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, turbotastic11

Custom Albino (Bluefoxxo)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Bluefoxxo, Skitty22, Skylarin, Kerilet, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Sina142

Costumes (Bluefoxxo)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: (Made by Kerilet) Teacher(s): Bluefoxxo, fuzy, Kerilet, turbotastic11, Skitty22, AudreyC27, sleek07, AstridStar, Sina142

Fighter’s Aura (Cattafang)

Required Classes: None Example: (Example by turbotastic11) Teacher(s): Cattafang, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, Skitty22, matecocido, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Sina142

Pokeballs (PeanutsButter)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): PeanutsButter, Blueberry18370, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Kerilet, AsymDoll13, Skitty22, turbotastic11, AudreyC27, matecocido, AstridStar, Sina142, CottonEevee

Insubstantial (MensScapus)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): MensScapus, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Flying 101 (MensScapus)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): MensScapus, Kerilet, turbotastic11

Flying 102 (MensScapus)

Required Classes: Flying 101 Example: Teacher(s): MensScapus, Kerilet

Revamps (Dragon53016)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Dragon53016, LeviTehLillipup, Kerilet, BlueAssassin247, Skitty22, Sachiller, AudreyC27, turbotastic11

Tron (Astimageon)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Astimageon, Blueberry18370, Mataamoja, Skylarin, Da Melon Party, Skitty22, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, AudreyC27, FlameDamceCrystal, turbotastic11, Sina142, AstridStar, CottonEevee

Inferno (Vio99)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, icymoon193, Hooded, Mataamoja, Kerilet, AudreyC27, matecocido, turbotastic11, Firehazard21, Sachiller, AstridStar, CottonEevee

Couples (Vio99)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, ChocolaTee, LexyB20, sojussimblr, Kerilet, matecocido, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, CottonEevee, Sina142, AstridStar

Yin Yang (Vio99)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, LexyB20, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, Sachiller, AstridStar

Parties (Vio99)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Skitty22, matecocido, Slytherin Queen, PrincessPika, AudreyC27, turbotastic11

Basic Animation (Vio99)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, AsteroidPizza39, Kerilet, CottonEevee, turbotastic11

Reverse Inferno (Vio99)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Vio99, icymoon193, Mataamoja, Kerilet, AudreyC27, matecocido, Firehazard21, turbotastic11, CottonEevee

Subsitute Dolls (ChocolaTee)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): ChocolaTee, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Da Melon Party, Skitty22, AudreyC27, CottonEevee, turbotastic11

Shadeless (ChocolaTee)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): ChocolaTee, CatEnergetic, FresherOrc4, icymoon193, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Skylarin, Kerilet, Skitty22, matecocido, AudreyC27, turbotastic11, AstridStar

Custom Gen 6+ Sprites (ChocolaTee)

Required Classes: Recolour & at least a 6 in spriting experience Example: Teacher(s): ChocolaTee, BlueAssassin247, Skylarin, sojussimblr, Kerilet, Skitty22, turbotastic11

Pokesona (ChocolaTee)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): ChocolaTee, LeviTehLillipup, Mataamoja, JirachiStar5525, Kerilet, sojussimblr, AudreyC27, Skitty22, matecocido, AstridStar, Sina142, CottonEevee, turbotastic11

Custom Trainer (Merri - Marvel)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: (Made by Kerilet) Teacher(s): Merri - Marvel, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Skitty22, CottonEevee, Sina142

Patterns (ExoticWC)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): ExoticWC, AsteroidPizza39, Kerilet, sojussimblr, matecocido, AudreyC27, Skitty22

Galaxies (CatEnergetic)

Required Classes: Outline Examples: Teacher(s): CatEnergetic, icymoon193, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Slytherin Queen, Dusky4Life, Slytherin Queen, CottonEevee, AudreyC27, Sina142

Shadows (CatEnergetic)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): CatEnergetic, Da Melon Party, Kerilet

Devil / Angel (CatEnergetic)

Required Classes: Recolour Examples: Teacher(s): CatEnergetic, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Outline (CatEnergetic)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): CatEnergetic, icymoon193, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Duliner, LeviTehLillipup, Mataamoja, Kerilet, Sachiller, Skitty22, Slytherin Queen, CottonEevee, ChefGucci

Berry (CatEnergetic)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): CatEnergetic, FresherOrc4, LexyB20, Kerilet, Skitty22, AudreyC27, Sachiller, CottonEevee

Devamp (AsteroidPizza39)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): AsteroidPizza39, LeviTehLillipup, BlueAssassin247, Kerilet, Sachiller, AudreyC27, Skitty22

Half Shiny (FresherOrc4)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): FresherOrc4, Fennekava, Mataamoja, sojussimblr, Da Melon Party, Kerilet, Skitty22, matecocido, AudreyC27, Sina142, CottonEevee

Poketale (fevineFølløwer)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): fevineFølløwer, BlueAssassin247, Mataamoja, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Glowie (LexyB20)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): LexyB20, icymoon193, Duliner, Mataamoja, Da Melon Party, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Skitty22, Firehazard21

Flat Lineless (Duliner)

Required Classes: Lineless Example: Teacher(s): Duliner, icymoon193, LeviTehLillipup, Mataamoja, Skylarin, Kerilet, Skitty22, matecocido, AudreyC27, AstridStar

Pillowshades (KitKatLutie2)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): KitKatKutie2, Kerilet

Chibi Runners (KitKatKutie2)

Required Classes: at least a 6 in spriting experience Example: Teacher(s): KitKatKutie2, Kerilet, AudreyC27, icymoon193 * Credit: Ai-Qu on deviantArt made this base free-to-use for any and all (including commission) purposes

Pikemon (JirachiStar5525)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): JirachiStar5525, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Digimon Shading (JirachiStar5525)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): JirachiStar5525, Kerilet, matecocido, AudreyC27

M&L Crossover (JirachiStar5525)

Required Classes: Fusion, Lineless Example: Teacher(s): JirachiStar5525

DR2 Game Over (Andre Color)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Andre Color, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Charms (Fennekava)

Required Classes: None Example: Teacher(s): Fennekava, icymoon193, Kerilet, Skitty22, Slytherin Queen, matecocido, AudreyC27, CottonEevee, Sina142

Franchise Combination (Kerilet)

Required Classes: Fusion, Patterns, at least an 8 in spriting experience Example: Teacher(s): Kerilet, Skitty22

Mega Pokemon (Kerilet)

Required Classes: Fusion, Retypes, Patterns Example: Teacher(s): Kerilet

Hellborne (Kerilet)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): Kerilet, matecocido, AudreyC27

Lightline (sojussimblr)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): sojussimblr, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Neons (Yanov)

Required Classes: Outline Example: Teacher(s): Yanov, icymoon193, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Skitty22

Custom Melanistic (Skitty22)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Skitty22, Skylarin, Kerilet, Sachiller, AudreyC27, Sina142

Lightcore (Skylarin)

Required Classes: Tron Example: Teacher(s): Skylarin, Skitty22, Kerilet, Sina142, CottonEevee

Custom Eggs (matecocido)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): matecocido, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Skitty22, CottonEevee, AstridStar, Sina142

Bouncing Pokeballs (FireDanceCrystal)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): FireDanceCrystal, AudreyC27, Kerilet

Playing Cards (Firehazard21)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): Firehazard21, icymoon193, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Cotton Candy (CottonEevee)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): CottonEevee, icymoon193, Kerilet, AudreyC27, Sina142, AudreyC27

Derpmon (CottonEevee)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): CottonEevee, Sina142, Kerilet, AudreyC27

Radioactive (turbotastic11)

Required Classes: Recolour Example: Teacher(s): turbotastic11

Old Age (turbotastic11)

Required Classes: Fusion Example: Teacher(s): turbotastic11, AudreyC27

Guides

Here, you’ll find helpful guides teaching you how to do each class. If you’re finding an aspect of spriting difficult, PM me. If you’re having trouble making colour palettes, or trouble with any other aspect of spriting, I can make a guide about it! Just ask. If you’re having trouble finding the guide you need, use CTRL-F on Windows or Command-F on Mac to search for it. Unfortunately, this function doesn’t work on mobile.

Recolour

Lay your palette out on the image. Replace the Pokemon's colours with the colours on your palette, one at a time.

Image Guides

Ms Paint

Slide the slider in the bottom right corner to 800%. Click the "Paste" icon in the upper left corner, and click "Paste from...". Select your sprite. Select your palette using the "Edit Colours" button. Select the eyedropper tool. Left click the colour you want replaced, and right click the colour replacing it. The colour being replaced should be in the Colour 1 slot, and the colour replacing it should be in the Colour 2 spot. Select the eraser tool. Hold right click and hover over the colour being replaced. Repeat until all the colours that you want to change have been replaced. Crop your image and save it. I usually use Piskel to make the background transparent. If you want to use Piskel to make the background transparent, make the background colour a colour that is not used on your sprite.

Piskel

First, go to Piskel. Click the "Create Sprite" button. You should see a screen like this: Next, click the "Import" button (lowest button on the right side of the screen). Search for your sprite in the window that pops up. Let's say it's Charmander for this tutorial. Click "Open". Create a colour palette by clicking the plus sign in the "Palettes" section (in the lower-right corner). Create at least 4 shades for your palette. Try to stay within the circled area so that your Pokemon doesn't look too saturated. Create as many palettes as you need for your Pokemon. Click the bucket icon with the swirl. Start replacing the colours on your Pokemon. Keep going until all of the colours on your Pokemon have been replaced. Click the "Export" button and click "Upload". You should have your recoloured Pokemon, ready to go. Just paste the URL into the [img][/img] code.

Fusion

Make a copy of all the Pokemon you're fusing. For this example, let's pretend we're fusing two. The Pokemon you're putting the other pokemon's parts onto is called the "base". The Pokemon you're taking parts from is called the... well, i don't actually know what it's called :p Let's call it the "fuser". Drag the parts you want to put onto the base to the base. Put the parts on the base. that was very redundant... Recolour the base with the fuser's colours.

Image Guide

Retypes

The idea of Retypes is that you want to make the Pokémon you’re retyping look like it was originally that type. First, you need to come up with an idea, or a theme. It’s easy to put flames on a Pokémon and say it’s a Fire type now, but what about the parts left on that Pokémon that are still making it look like a Grass type? Try to work with the Pokémon’s original design to truly transform it into its new type. Maybe this Pokémon gathers dry leaves as kindling for its fires, or maybe it’s formed out of the remains of the plants it’s burnt. Come up with an idea for the Pokémon and make it show through the sprite. Now, you have to convey that idea. Let’s say I’m going with the first idea. You can take bits from other Pokémon, like the leaves from Sawsbuck (Autumn) and the fire from the Charmander and Ponyta families. You can also scratch some parts of the sprite if you can’t find what you’re looking for. That’s kind of the process I follow when making Retypes.

Examples from my shop:

Fish that grows flowers on its body as a mutualistic relationship (flowers get a home, fish gets camouflage & meals from organisms attracted to the flowers) Lives in the sky, ability to absorb clouds into its body as camouflage Witch with ability to control ghost hands

Image Guide

Heartless

Recolour the Pokemon with desaturated versions of their original colours. Make the eyes completely yellow, and have them slant downwards angrily.

Image Guide

Lineless

Recolour the outline of the Pokemon with the colours right beside the outline.

Image Guide

Glitch

Drag random parts of the Pokemon away from their original spots. You can also duplicate an eye or two.

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Paper

Make all the outlines of the Pokemon black, and make all near-black colours black too. Make all other colours white.

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Stickers

Add a 2px (or more, depending on how you want it to look) thick white border around the Pokemon. Determine where the light source is, and add a shadow according to that light source.

Image Guide

Gummis (Lia)

Select a sprite, as well as a single color. Select 3-4 seperate tones of your 1 color (1 very light tone, 1 light-mid tone, 1 mid tone, and if you'd like, 1 dark-mid tone) Looking at your sprite, color it in 3 sections (1-outline, 2-areas of light, 3-areas of shadow) your outline may include some darker parts or patterns if you would like. Use your lightest to tone to color the outline, your light-mid tone for well-lit areas, and your midtone for the shadow areas. Your sprite should look a bit like a gummi at this point. If you would like, you may add your darker tone to areas of the sprite that would be very dark, or would be the darker center. I recommend against changing the outline though.

Image Guide

Animated Recolour (Lia)

This tutorial is specifically for Piskel (piskelapp.com) Find the transparent animated sprite (NO Gen 6) (I use this site and download it) Create a piskel account Choose "create a sprite" Choose Import, then Browse Images under Import From Picture Create a color palette, just like you would in a normal recolor Use the "Paint All With Same Color" tool (Bucket with swirl) for each color. Make sure to hold the Shift key, otherwise, it won't recolor all of the frames. You should now have a fully recolored animation Save it to your gallery (under Save) and Upload it as a GIF (Under Export)

Image Guide

Silhouettes (Lia)

Select a sprite, and select a color. Color the entire sprite that one color. Make sure not to alter the shape of the sprite while coloring.

Image Guide

Flags (Lia)

Select a sprite, as well as a flag from a country. Use the eyedropper tool to take colors from the flag. Find patterns on the Pokemon that you can change the color of (maybe the 'mon has differently colored ears, stripes, spots, anything like that). Use the eyedropped colors of the flag as the lightest tone of the part you're recoloring, and adjust the color accordingly for shadows and outer edges. If you're struggling to find parts to add color, you can color the silhouette of the mon instead. You can turn the sprite into a silhouette, and copy the flag's design.

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Data (nyanskitty)

This one's easy! Pick what color you'd like your lines to be, and use that color to cover the hard lines of the pokemon. Then, simply fill in the rest of the pokemon with black!

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Gijinka (nyanskitty)

First, choose your pokemon, and then your trainer sprite. Try to pick a trainer that will be similar to your pokemon. Then, recolor your trainer like you would with a basic pokemon recolor. Add bits of the pokemon on to the trainer, and there you are!

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Crystal (nyanskitty)

Using the palette here, simply recolor the sprite- lightest colors on the pokemon = lighest color on the palette, darkest colors on the pokemon = darkest on the palette, etc. Once you get down to the black outlines, just use the darkest color, and youre done!

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Rainbow (Blueberry813)

Rainbow Sprites, lovely things. It's like tossing a regular pokemon in a rainbow! Here's what you need to do! 1st, you have to get a shade of red, orange, yellow, yellowish green, green, turquoise, light blue, dark blue, indigo, and purple. One by one, use the recoloring tool/trick you were taught to put in the colors. Make sure you have space for all of them. The colors have to be touching, because if you put them apart, you see a rainbow with some holes. I hope this guide was useful to you!

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Custom Albino (Bluefoxxo)

Custom albinos! If you are not happy with a current albino pokemon, why not make your own custom albino? the process is simple! Take a light pallate. What I (Blue) usually do is a take a pokemon's current pallate and make it lighter, but you can make a completely different pallate. And the second and final step is simply recolor it using the pallate, then remove the pallate, if you want, I (Bluestarfox67) honestly dont mind.

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Costumes (Bluefoxxo)

Costumes, Sometimes spooky, sometimes cute, sometimes beautiful! Costumes are really easy! Simply fuse the pokemon without recoloring!

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Fighter’s Aura (Cattafang)

Step One: Use a color that represents your Pokemon’s type (or one of its types, if it’s a dual type) and outline the Pokémon with that color. If you need help with picking a color for your type, you can use the type-color guide I made here. Step Two: Use that same color (or, alternatively, a color for the Pokémon’s other type if you are using a dual type Pokémon) for the Pokémon’s eye(s), coloring them in completely. It’s also better to slant down the eyes a bit to make the Pokémon look more determined. Step Two(A): This is an optional step, but you can add a diagonal line coming from the eye(s) to give it a more “magical” or “powerful” look. Step Three: Use a color slightly darker than the Pokemon’s Aura(or, alternatively, the color of the other type for dual types) to draw some vertical lines around the Pokémon, to make it seem like it is leveling up or becoming more powerful.

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Pokeballs (PeanutsButter)

Take the Pokemon sprite and a Pokeball sprite. You can use this Pokeball sprite. Next, select any noticable headparts on the Pokemon, and drag it onto the Pokeball. Try to make the top of the Pokeball match with the Top of the parts, and try to make the sides fit the sides to your best ability. Then, recolor the top part of the Pokeball (the red part) with the Pokemon's colors (including shading XD) If your Pokemon has a tail, OR anything that's somewhat similar to a tail, than drag that to the end of the Pokeball. Done :D

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Insubstantial (MensScapus)

If your program doesn’t support opacity, use https://www.pixilart.com/ 1. Paint the background any color that's not similar to the pokémon's colors. The paint bucket tool is recommended but not required for this step. 2. Choose a line color for each color on the pokémon. Don't shade your lines, just pick a color and use it throughout. Go over the lines, but eliminate any diagonals. This will look weird, but it will be fixed later. 3. Set the opacity of your line color to 50%. Using the paint bucket (or fill) tool, fill in the lines. It's important that you use this tool and don't simply paint over the line. If you simply paint over it, it won't gain the tranlucent effect we want. 4. Do step 3 for each line color until they're all translucent. 5. Bring back the diagonals in your lines. For outside edge lines, use the background color. For lines on the pokémon itself, use the pokémon's colors. 6. Smooth the colors inside the pokémon until there are minimal diagonals. 7. Use the selector tool on each of the pokémon's colors, one at a time, then set the opacity of each color to 50%. Use the paint bucket tool to fill each color with its translucent counterpart. 8. Set any color to opacity 0%, then using the fill tool (again), fill the background.

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Flying 101 (MensScapus)

1. Set a background color. If your porgram doesn't support opacity, or you have another way of erasing things, you can ignore this step. 2. If you wish, recolor the pokémon. You don't have to so this if you are using the pokémon's original colors. 3. If the position calls for it, rotate your image. This is up to you to decide the neccessity of. 4. Pose the pokémon. This includes putting the body and wings in a position that makes sense. 5. If you used a background color, erase it by setting opacity ot 0% and using the fill tool. If you skipped step 1, ignore this.

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Flying 102 (MensScapus)

1. Set a background color. If your porgram doesn't support opacity, or you have another way of erasing things, you can ignore this step. 2. If you wish, recolor the pokémon. You don't have to so this if you are using the pokémon's original colors. 3. If the position calls for it, rotate your image. This is up to you to decide the neccessity of. Add wings to your pokémon. Because you are adding them yourself they shouldn't need posing. 4. Pose the pokémon. This includes putting the body and wings in a position that makes sense. 5. Before doing any more edits, SAVE THE IMAGE! You will regret not doing so later if you don't. 6. Figure out what features should be visible on the pokémon from the side you're supposed to be viewing it from. If it's a back view, you can look at the official sprites to get a good idea of what needs to be there. 7. Now that you have it figured out in your head, edit the pokémon. You may want to make a copy of your image first, and edit the copy so that any mistakes aren't an issue. 8. Now you can remove the background. If you skipped step 1, Ingnore this step. Because Flying 102 is a class where there is no specific way to do things, there is no image guide.

Revamps (Dragon53016)

Paste both versions of your Pokémon on the canvas. Recreate the old version’s lines (gen 1 and 2 sprites only) pixel for pixel. Recolor the older version with the newer version’s palette. And BOOM you made a revamp! :D

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Tron (Astimageon)

Get the pokemon you are recoloring, a black palette and a palette of any other color. Take the main colors of a pokemon and make them black. Then make the rest of the pokemon the other color you chose.

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Inferno (Vio99)

First of all choose a pokemon and a palette (or create one yourself!). Then, select the bucket tool and the white colour and make sure you whiten all the inside of the pokemon, leaving only a 1px board. Pick the darker colour on your palette and replace all the board of the pokemon with that colour. Next, pick the second colour (a bit clearer than the first one) and start doing a 1px border alongside the main one. Keep doing this until you run out of space/colours. If you run out of colours you can do two things. First: If you want to keep colouring, just find other clearer colours and keep doing the 1px border. Otherwise: select the clearer colour and the bucket tool, then just colour all the space left. And now, you've done an inferno!

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Couples (Vio99)

This is a very simple type of art. so, first, you pick two pokemons you want. Drag them very close to each other (which way you prefer, you can rotate or overlap them, up to you :3). To make them look more "cute" you can add blushes and close their eyes, obviously, it's still up to you (or your customer if it's for a shop or something). Add a coloured heart(s) and done!

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Yin Yang (Vio99)

When you have chosen your pokemon, make a copy of it and leave it for a minute while working on one of the two sprites. You can begin by white or black, it doesn't change much. For example, I usually start with the black one. First, select the black on the palette and color the black lines on the sprite (since it is not black but similar). Then, keep replacing colours with shades of balck that are on the palette in order of shade. For example dark green replaced with the second black color, slight-lighter green with the other above and so on. Now that the black sprite is done, take the other one and the white palette. For the white I usually start with pure white and use it for highlighting some parts of the sprite. Then, from lightest to darkest colours on the sprite, I replace all the other shades. The last shade usually is for the black outline. When you have finished recoloring, place the sprites next to each other and decide wheter to put them vertically or horizontally. Remember that horizontals never look at each other but in both of these, the sprites must touch each other even with a pixel only.

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Parties (Vio99)

Once you have chosen 6 (or less) pokemon and a trainer, decide which pokemons will be facing left and which right, then put them closer. After that, put the two groups closer and the trainer in the middle.

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Basic Animation (Vio99)

Once you have chosen a pokemon, choose an amount of frames (min. 2), choose x number of sprites from different generation if there aren't as many as you need. If you want to animate a pokemon that has a low number of sprites, you can edit the existin ones, for example adding winks, closed eyes or even a small tongue. Then go to piskelapp and select "create a new sprite". Import the sprites you have saved one by one. While importing the second one, the program will ask you wheter to combine or replace the current sprite. Click combine to add more. Then select the frames speed (I usually put it to 3, but up to you) and export the animation using ".gif" You only need to upload it on something like imgur or the one here on pokefarm and you're done! Since every student does Basic Animation a little differently, there is no image guide.

Reverse Inferno (Vio99)

First of all choose a pokemon and a palette (or create one yourself!). Then, select the bucket tool and the white colour and make sure you whiten all the inside of the pokemon, leaving only a 1px board. Pick the brightest colour on your palette and replace all the board of the pokemon with that colour. Next, pick the second colour (a bit darker than the first one) and start doing a 1px border alongside the main one. Keep doing this until you run out of space/colours. If you run out of colours you can do two things. First: If you want to keep colouring, just find other darker colours and keep doing the 1px border. Otherwise: select the darkest colour and the bucket tool, then just colour all the space left.

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Subsitute Dolls (ChocolaTee)

Aren't the Substitute Dolls so cute? if only there were more of them... but there's nothing some sprite editing can't do! First of all, get your substitute doll sprite, as well as a Pokemon. Then, recolour the doll with the Pokemon's colour palette. Next, put any distinguishing features of the Pokemon onto the Doll. Last of all, delete the Pokemon from the image, and you're done!

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Shadeless (ChocolaTee)

First of all, get your sprite! After you got that, get a main colour of each bodypart you are colouring (A colour that is darker than the highlight colour but brighter than the shading colour) now, recolour! make sure you do NOT recolour the outlines that are the same colour as shading.

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Custom Gen 6+ Sprites (ChocolaTee)

Tired of using other people's Generation 6+ sprites? Well fear no more! You can make them yourself! First of all, get an image of the model (I take them from Bulbapedia), next - take some colours from the Pokemon, just remember to take the basic colours only (for Shading, Lighting, the basic colour, and any others you might need) now, trace over the Pokemon's outlines with a pixel tool! After that, colour it with the palette you took from it. Next, you should clean it up a bit! Making sprites from models doesn't always come out great, so you'll probably have to clean it up. Also remember to put some black outlines too! In case of an Alolan sprite that's not TOO different from the normal Pokemon,you can just take the normal sprite and edit it!

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Pokesona (ChocolaTee)

Pokesona's, many of them include fusion, recolouring, retyping, and other types of editing. But, of course - here are the basics: Get your sprite, of course! Make sure you have the right sprite (Shiny or not) Do the basic edits - mostly just changes to the shape, maybe changing the hair, the fur, delete some things... Lastly - finalize it! Recolour, shade it, add accesories, and you should be done! These steps might change with different types of Pokesona's, so check your reference and think of what will work best!

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Custom Trainers (Merri - Marvel)

Custom Trainer sprites are basically fusion, but with trainer sprites. The results could go many different ways. A acustom trainer could be a number of things, a recolor of another trainer, fusing one or more different trainer sprites together. To start off, its good to have an idea of what the end goal is. Having reference images are wonderful if you are trying to emulate a specific character or person. Once you have that idea down, its time to pick a base sprite, and sprites that have features you want the final sprite to have. Find yourself copies of all of those sprites and its time to get to work! The next step varies depending on your preferred method of spriting. Some people work in layers vs dragging. I (Merri, the one who wrote this) use layers in the program I use. Regardless start taking the bits from the secondary sprites and putting them in place on your base sprite. Once the pieces are in place its time to recolor!

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Patterns (ExoticWC)

First, of course, select your pokemon, and retrieve your color pallet. Second, if there are any, remove the pokemons base pattern. Third, block in your new pattern with a light color. Fourth, shade and you are finished.

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Galaxies (CatEnergetic)

Make an outline for your Pokemon, if needed please see the guide for making outlines! Once you make the outline, get any galaxy picture, resize it to 100px, and add it onto a new layer. Place the galaxy layer underneath the outline, so that way the outline is on the top! Now erase around the outline, until only the galaxy is left inside the Pokemon! That’s how you make Style One. For Style 2, make the outline of the Pokemon. Erase any colors you don’t want, and place the galaxy layer behind the outline. Erase around the outline once more, and you’ll have a Pokemon that’s part galaxy! That’s how you make Style 2!

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Guide For MS Paint

Shadows (CatEnergetic)

Get your chosen sprite, and make a duplicate of it! Now flip the duplicate vertically, making sure the bottom pixels touch. When moving the layer, make sure it says in place so it lines up correctly and that there’s only one pixel showing where they overlap! Now make a new layer above the duplicated layer, you’ll be coloring on this layer. On the new layer, color the Pokemon with grey tones, making it look like a Shadow! Once you’re done, it should look as if the Pokemon has a Shadow underneath it!

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Devil / Angel (CatEnergetic)

For Devil, get the chosen sprite of your Pokemon! You can either make your own palette or I can provide you with one! Now add a new layer above the sprite, this is the layer you will color on! In the above layer, make sure the Pokemon has red eyes and dark grey tones! If there are any other bright colored features on the Pokemon, be sure to color them red! After all of this is done, you’ll have made a Devil Pokemon! For Angel, follow the same steps as you would for Devil Pokemon. The only difference is the coloring, as you’ll be using light and pastel colors. Use a white for the base body of the Pokemon, and use gold for the eyes. Make any other features a light blue, light purple, and some accent lines golden (such as Milotic).

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Outline (CatEnergetic)

Take the Pokemon sprite chosen and add a new layer above it. Now take the sprite and change the opacity to around 50%. Get whatever color you like for the outline, black is preferred color. On the layer above the sprite, outline the Pokemon. Make sure you outline details like the eyes, ears, and minor details. Make sure to fill in the ear areas and eyes! Afterwards, delete the sprite and then you’re left with an outline!

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Berry (CatEnergetic)

For berry recolors, get a sprite of the chosen Pokemon, and a reference of the berry you’d like to use! For this example I decided to go with a Mago Berry! Now make a new layer above the Pokemon sprite, and recolor the Pokemon with the colors of the berry!

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Devamp (AsteroidPizza39)

First, paste the generation 5 sprite and generation 1 sprite onto a blank canvas. Then, going lightest to darkest, use the colors from the gen 1 sprite to recolor the gen 5 sprite. Do NOT make new shades of the colors from the generation one sprite. If there are not enough colors, just use the ligher color on ligher areas, and the darker color on darker areas.

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Half Shiny (FresherOrc4)

Step 1: Cut the both sprites in half (Make sure you cut different sides or you don't cut out pixels that you need). Step 2: After step 1 you combine the halves of the sprites (When combining do not overlap the pixels)

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Poketale (fevineFølløwer)

Put the sprite on black background (this is for the white and black outlines). Then, color all white outlines, color, and add the black outlines. and you have a Poketale sprite!

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Glowie (LexyB20)

First you'll pick a pokemon, then you'll have to choose as area that you want to glow, like, for example, rotoms body or the blue around rotoms body, then pick a color, the lighter it is the better! Once you chose the area that you want to glow make the rest of the pokemon black. For your first frame you want the pokemon to be fully black, and for the next you'll want it you're color to be as close to black as you can get it, keeping the rest of the pokemon black. Then just get lighter with your shades as you add frames, making it dark to light and once you hit your color, do it backwards so its going from light to dark.

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Flat Lineless (Duliner)

First of all, you need to make the sprite LINELESS: Recolour the outline of the Pokemon with the colours right beside the outline. THEN you need to make it FLAT or SHADELESS: First of all, get your sprite! After you got that, get a main colour of each bodypart you are colouring (A colour that is darker than the highlight colour but brighter than the shading colour) now, recolour!

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Pillowshades (KitKatKutie2)

First, pick your sprite. Make a palette for your sprite, then colour the outline with the darkest colours. You may have to recolour some parts to make them lighter first. Continue to go around the outline of your sprite, using lighter and lighter colours until you are out of shades. Recolour the sprite to the lighter colour. Erase the palette, and you’re done! (Reverse this process (lighter colours first) to make a Reverse Pillowshade.)

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Chibi Runners (KitKatKutie2)

Pick out your Pokémon and your base. Fill in the base with the base colour of your Pokémon (no shading). Add any special features of your Pokémon to the base (a tail, longer ears, etc.). Colour in any other features like markings or patterns using the other colours of your Pokémon. Save each frame as individual files, make the backgrounds transparent, use a website like Piskel to put the frames together, and you’re done!

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Pikemon (JirachiStar5525)

Step one - pick out your base and Pikemon type! There are reds, yellows, blues, purples, whites, rocks, and wingeds. Step two - add their unique feature. Red Pikemon have pointy noses, yellow Pikemon have large ears, blues have little gill-lines on their cheeks, purples have larger arms/less fluff, depending on the Pokemon, white Pikemon have longer limbs, rock Pikemon have a crystallized effect on part of their bodies, and wingeds...well, I think the name says it all. Step three-add the little stalk! You can either draw these on if you're good at that or use another Pokemon's tail-like, say, an Azelf? then you need to put either a leaf, bud, or flower on the tip. For buds and flowers, the color is dependent upon the type of Pikemon-red, yellow, and blue Pikemon have white flowers, purple and white ones have magenta, and the other two types have blue ones. Step four-color. This should be the easy part, as rocks and wingeds are the only ones not named after their color-they're grey and pink, respectively. Whites and wingeds are the only ones where you have to change the eye color, with whites being red-eyed and pinks being blue-eyed. And now, behold your tiny adorable Pikmin-Pokemon hybrid! :D

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Digimon Shading (JirachiStar5525)

Take your base, and recolor the shading color black or the main color white.

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M&L Crossover (JirachiStar5525)

First off, get your Mario & Luigi sprite. I recommend Spriter's Resource for F2U ones. Next, pick out your Pokemon. Fuse them. When you recolor the base, don't be shy about adding a few more shades, as Mario & Luigi series sprites tend to have more colors. Finish it off by delining the sprite, and touch up the shading if necessary.

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DR2 Game Over (Andre Color)

Turn the outline of a Pokémon red, and lower the G and B color levels. If you want, the PKMN can be added to the Game Over Image.

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Charms (Fennekava)

First step is to locate your sprites. You can find the shiny charm sprite here and the minisprites here! Once you have your shiny charm and minisprite, paste them into your spriting program. Next, we have to prepare the shiny charm. Remove the part that looks like a star, so all you're left with is the "keychain" bits. This is optional, but it will make your sprite look a whole lot better. Recolor the charm parts to be colored like your minisprite. Last step! Take your minisprite and drag it right on top of the charm. It should look like your Pokemon is on a keychain! Occasionally, the Pokemon minisprite will be too big for the charm. In this case, drag the two charm pieces further apart to make room for the minisprite.

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Franchise Combination (Kerilet)

Select one or more Pokemon that has something in common with your chosen character. Crop your sprite(s) until you have everything you need to make the final sprite. Choose a reference of your chosen character and try to mimic it using your sprites. Search for other things related to your character and sprite them too!

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Mega Pokemon (Kerilet)

Select a typing, a sprite, and a design for your Mega Pokemon. Keep in mind that you should keep one or more of the Pokemon's original types. Integrate your design into the sprite. Try to incorporate hats, orbs, ect. into your design. Remember that you don't need to limit yourself to one design. You can mix in everything that makes sense for your ideas (like spriting armour for a knight).

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Hellborne (Kerilet)

-First, grab your sprite and recolour all accents (including eyes and things like Hypno's pendulum) to deep red. -Then, recolour the rest of the sprite pure black (rgb = 0,0,0) and voila! You made a hellborne sprite! -Additionally, you can add red horns to the pokémon, but dont add horns to every hellborne sprite you make, sometimes the pokemon is so creepy it doesnt need horns!

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Lightline (sojussimblr)

Recolor the outline of the Pokemon with the darkest colors in the palette, or any close substitute.

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Neon (Yanov)

Open the image of the pokemon you want to make a neon of. Outline the pokemon in any color that stands out from the pokemon; this will be changed later. Make everything but the outline transparent. Change the color of the outline to a pastel color. Go around the outline with a fully saturated version of the pastel color used. Now you're finished!

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Custom Melanistic (Skitty22)

First, make all outlines and near-black colours black. Then, make the main colour of the sprite black. Start by making the darkest shade just lighter than the outline, then the next shade lighter than that, and repeat until all the colours have been filled in. Finally, choose an accent colour and make the rest of the sprite that colour. You may use multiple colours if your sprite has secthins with different colours. If you want, you can make small sections of your sprite a neon colour (usually green). Alternatively, you can just make the sprite a much darker version of the original.

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Lightcore (Skylarin)

1. Take your mon and begin recoloring accents. Disregard shading. 2. Turn the outlines around the accents black. 3. Turn every other color PITCH black. Obviously, disregard shading. 4. Turn the rest of the outline and the remaining colors black. Boom, you're done!

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Custom Eggs (matecocido)

Get your egg sprite, add some features from your Pokemon, recolour the egg to match your Pokemon, add some details, and you've got yourself a Custom Egg!

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Bouncing Pokeballs (FireDanceCrystal)

First, take the base and recolour the ball to the main colours of the Pokémon. You can also base the ball on a type. Next, you need to animate parts of your Pokémon onto the ball. You can do this in two ways, Plastic (the parts of the Pokémon stay in place alongside the Pokeball) OR Animated (the parts of the Pokémon move naturally alongside the Pokeball). The example in the class listing is an Animated Pokeball, and the example on the image guide is a Plastic Pokeball.

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Playing Cards (Firehazard21)

Step 1: Make a white box with rounded corners. Leave more white space at the top of the box. Step 2: Choose your card. First, choose the suit (spades, hearts, clubs, or diamonds), then choose the rank (ace, jack, queen, or king). Step 3: Sprite the symbol that represents your choice on the upper right hand corner of the card. Step 4: Recolour the sprite to grey if you chose spades or clubs, and red if you chose hearts or diamonds. Step 5: Add a crown if you chose Queen or King. Step 6: Make the background transparent and add a black outline around the white box.

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Step 1: Make a white box with rounded corners. Leave more white space at the top of the box. Step 2: Choose your card. First, choose the suit (spades, hearts, clubs, or diamonds), then choose the rank (ace, jack, queen, or king). Sprite the symbol that represents your choice on the upper right hand corner of the card. Make sure the symbol matches the colour of the suit (black for spades or clubs, and red for hearts and diamonds). The card chosen in this guide is the King of Spades. Step 3: Recolour the sprite to grey if you chose spades or clubs, and red if you chose hearts or diamonds. Step 4: Add a crown if you chose Queen or King. Make the background transparent and add a black outline around the white box.

Cotton Candy (CottonEevee)

1. Pick a Pokemon. 2. Pick what kind of Cotton Candy you want to use. The most common type is the pale blue-pale pink color scheme, but mint green or yellow work too! 3. Recolor the Pokemon to the colors you chose until you get a Cotton Candy Pokemon!

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Derpmon (CottonEevee)

1. Choose a Pokemon to use! 2. Erase the Pokemon's face. 3. Grab a Ditto sprite! From here, you can copy and paste the Ditto face onto the base sprite or draw a Ditto face by hand.

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Radioactive (turbotastic11)

1. Choose your sprite. 2. Create your radioactive palette with saturated and bright colours. Recolour the sprite. 3. Add puddles of goo around the sprite and shade them with the palette. 4. Finally, add an aura analogous to the palette chosen (ex. Yellowish aura for a green palette) The aura doesn't go all the way around the base, just around the highest points that stick out, like tops of ears, tails, fluff, wings, etc.

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Old Age (turbotastic11)

1. Choose your sprite. 2. Make the sprite greyer and more desaturated. 3. Close the eyes and mouth of the sprite and add wrinkles around the mouth, eyes or forehead. 4. Finally, make any ears, tails or wings droop to add to the old age effect.

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Forms

Remember to write outside of the [b][/b] tags! This helps with distinguishing your information from the form.

Student Form

[b]I'd like to be a student![/b] [b]Username:[/b] [b]Class(es) you'd like to take:[/b] [b]Proof of requirements (if there are any):[/b] [b]How much experience (on a scale of 0-10) have you had spriting?[/b] [b]Password:[/b] [b]Other:[/b]

Teacher Form

[b]I'd like to be a teacher![/b] [b]Username:[/b] [b]Class(es) you'd like to teach:[/b] [b]Examples of the class(es) you're teaching:[/b] [b]Password:[/b] [b]Other:[/b]

Class Suggestion Form

Please make your image guides all one image, and not a combination of text and multiple images. It makes it easier for me to add it into the school c: [b]I'd like to suggest a new class![/b] [b]Username:[/b] [b]Class(es) you're suggesting:[/b] [b]Requirements for the class(es) suggested:[/b] [b]Example(s) of the class(es) suggested:[/b] [b]Written Guide and Image Guide:[/b] [b]Password:[/b] [b]Other:[/b]
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I'd like to be a teacher! Username: Lia Class(es) you'd like to teach: Recolor, Fusion, Paper (and if you'd like, Gummis, Animated Recolors, Minor Scratch, flags, and/or Silhouttes) Examples of the class(es) you're teaching:

All of them

Password: boop Other: lemme know if I need to add anything! Also, is it possible to be a student as well as a teacher?
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Accepted! Could I get you to write a guide for all the new classes you've suggested, so I can add them to the main post? Also, yes, it's possible to be a student and a teacher c:
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I'd like to be a student! Username: Lia Class(es) you'd like to take: Retype, Heartless Proof of requirements (if there are any): How much experience (on a scale of 1-10) have you had spriting? I'd say 7 or so Password: boop Other: And I would be happy to write guides, thank you!
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Accepted! For your first assignment, could I get you to retype Pidgey to a Water type? I'd also like you to make a Spearow heartless! Oh, and about the guides, could you PM them to me when they're finished? Thanks!
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Alright, I got them both done!
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Ooh, nice! Pidgey looks good, but you might be able to add some water? Like... maybe have a puddle under the body, or something? Spearow also looks good, but the beak looks a little odd. For your next assignment, retype Bulbasaur to a Fire type! Also, make a Charmander heartless c:
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I'd like to be a student! Username:Zorualuvr Class(es) you'd like to take:Recolor, fusions, stickers, and flags! Proof of requirements (if there are any): How much experience (on a scale of 1-10) have you had spriting? 1 Password:boop Other:I'm brand new to spriting but I wish to learn!
This beautiful zorua was made by Dusky for QueenWaffleCat And she gave me permission to use it!
. Both of thease zoruas are made by QueenWaffleCat
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You need to take Recolour first in order to take those other classes. Is it okay if I just teach you Recolour first?
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Sure! I just listed the ones I wished to take.

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