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It's been a while since I posted here. Well, this is an 3D animation of Tahtorak in Blender EEVEE. Pieces were build in Stu.dio and imported to Blender via dae file format. Rigging Tahtorak to an animated rig was tedious, but worth it. Render engine is in EEVEE, a real time engine in Blender 2.8. Animated via Vive Trackers/motion capture.
wow i'm blogging like crazy about pokemon of all things hahahahahaha i am a nerd and have no life So, as mentioned in my last entry, I was able to nab a shiny Eevee. However, now I have absolutely no idea what to do with it. It's stats are around the board and it's nature isn't of much help. So I need some suggestions of what to evolve the little guy into. I realize that I don't have to use him to battle or anything like that, but I still want to evolve him into something that makes the best use of his stats while looking swaggin'. So here's some info on him: IVs (31s are known for sure, others are estimated using an IV calculator): HP: 31 Attack: ~30 Defense: ~21 Sp. Attack: ~28 Sp. Defense: 31 Speed: ~5 Nature: Brave (+attack, -speed) He has no EVs (I'll Super Train him eventually) and is level 30. I kind of want to evolve him into something where he looks rad but is still useful, but the attack-centric evolutions (Flareon and Leafeon) don't have great shinies. He has an alright special stat so I've been leaning towards Vaporeon, but I'm looking for suggestions. so yeah suggestions gogogo
I've got a Pokemon related cosplay coming up, and I decided I wanted an egg to carry around with me. While I can minimally use a needle and thread, I haven't really made anything like this before. I found a seller online dealing in DIY Yoshi Eggs, so I purchased one and assembled it. It turned out pretty nice. It is nice and soft and fluffy and fluffy and cuddly soft. Now of course at this point you are realizing "but sisen that isn't a Pokmeon egg... that's a Yoshi egg" I present to you my very own Eevee egg. It turned out pretty nice. It isn't as soft or fluffy or cuddly or fluffy as the Yoshi egg, but it still is pretty nice. Besides a few snags with sewing on the pattern it looks pretty good if I do say so myself. Now I just need to finish the remainder construction of the cosplay, which involves even more advanced sewing. It probably took me at least 4+ hours on each egg because I sewed everything by hand, and I have no sewing machine. The Eevee egg took even longer since I had to do the template myself, make the pattern, and cut it all up and hope it worked.