- jfashion magazines!!! (helps out with outfits/people)
- paint online!!
- some paint tool sai brushes!!
- mypaint (its free and its kinda like photoshop its really cool!)
- firealpca (its free and its pretty much a mix between sai and photoshop!!)
- photoshop (for free! and other stuff)
- more textures
- more brushes
- bonus: a kawaii photo editor
1. Yourself as a trainer in your preferred in-game class (ace, hiker, bug catcher, etc.)
2. Your favorite pokémon
3. A pokémon of your favorite type
4. The first shiny you caught (excluding the red Gyarados used as a plot device in G/S/C/HG/SS). If you’ve never caught another shiny, draw a picture of yourself sadly not drawing a pokémon.
5. The cutest pokémon
6. Your favorite 1st gen pokémon
7. Your favorite Eeveelution
8. Your favorite fossil pokémon (Relicanth may or may not count, do whatever the fuck you want).
9. Your favorite legendary pokémon
10. A pokémon of your favorite color
11. The ugliest pokémon
12. Your favorite 2nd gen pokémon
13. A pokémon that made you think/say “JESUS FUCKING CHRIST NINTENDO WHAT WERE YOU THINKING”
14. Your favorite baby pokémon
15. Your most hated pokémon to battle in-game
16. A pokémon that reminds you of someone special
17. The scariest pokémon
18. Your favorite 3rd gen pokémon
19. Your least favorite pokémon
20. Your very own fakemon (include things like type, evolution(s) and methods (if any), a movelist if you’re so inclined, maybe write up a dex entry)
21. Your favorite starters, one of each type
22. The “signature” pokémon of your favorite gym leader/Elite 4 member
23. The derpiest pokémon
24. Your favorite 4th gen pokémon
25. A pokémon that you think is overdue for an evolution
26. Your spirit pokémon. Bonus points if you make a little comic or scene or something. **if you don’t yet have a spirit pokémon, try this random pokémon generator**
27. The version mascot of your favorite game
28. The most elegant/prettiest pokémon
29. Your favorite 5th gen pokémon
30. Your ideal team of six pokémon
30 day drawing/art challenge!
1. Yourself or your persona.
2. Someone you like (celebrity, significant other, or crush)
3. One, some, or all of your friends.
4. An animal you think is really cute.
5. Your favourite outfit.
6. Something you’ve never drawn before.
7. Your family or a family member.
8. Something with your favourite colour.
9. Your favourite cartoon/anime character.
10. Something you couldn’t live without.
11. Your favourite food.
12. An inanimate object.
13. A group picture.
14. Your favourite book character.
15. Someone from your favourite board or video game.
16. Something that represents your favourite song.
17. Your favourite holiday.
18. A couple (any two people).
19. Something you’re afraid of.
20. A comic.
21. Something you don’t like.
22. Your favourite season.
23. Something that makes you happy.
24. Something that represents your favourite culture/country/language.
25. Someone or something from mythology.
26. Your favourite sweet food/candy/etc.
27. Your favourite scene from a movie.
28. A room.
29. Your favourite weather.
30. Something you’d like to share with your followers or friends.
The following list is of traditional fallen angel names gathered from different religions, mythologies and lore. These angel names are of those angels considered to be of a bad nature.
Abaddon - fallen angel of death whose name means “to destroy.”
Abezethibou - one-winged Red Sea fallen angel.
Allocen - fallen angel who is a duke in hell.
Amduscias - name of the fallen angel who appears as a unicorn.
Amon - fallen angel who is a strong marquis over 40 legions.
Amy - name of a fallen angel who is a president in hell.
Andras - fallen angel marquis and appears raven-headed.
Andrealphus - fallen angel who can transform humans into birds.
Andromalius - fallen angel who appears as a man holding a serpent.
Apollyon - fallen angel of death; same as Abaddon.
Armaros - fallen angel who teaches the “resolving of enchantments.”
Asmoday - fallen angel king with three heads: a bull, a ram, and a man.
Asmodeus - one of the most evil of fallen angels, being an archdemon.
Astaroth - fallen angel who is a grand duke in hell.
Azael - evil, fallen angel who cohabited with women.
Azazel - fallen angel whose name means “God strengthens.”
Azza - fallen angel whose name means “the strong.”
Baal - fallen angel whose name means “the lord.”
Balam - fallen angel who looks like Asmoday with a serpent tail.
Balberith - fallen angel who is a grand pontiff in hell.
Baraqijal - fallen angel who teaches astrology.
Barbatos - fallen angel who is a great count, earl and duke of hell.
Bathin - pale horse riding fallen angel.
Beelzebub - fallen angel known as the “prince of demons.”
Behemoth - fallen angel who is the “demon of the deep.”
Beleth - fallen angel who is a terrible king over 85 legions.
Belial - deceptively beautiful fallen angel whose name means “without worth.”
Belphegor - fallen angel whose name means “lord of opening.”
Berith - fallen angel…
Bernael - fallen angel of darkness and evil.
Bifrons - fallen angel that appears monstrous and teaches mathematical arts.
Botis - fallen angel who appears as a viper.
Buer - fallen angel who teaches philosophy, logic and ethics.
Bune - fallen angel who appears as a dragon with three heads.
Caim - fallen angel who appears as a thrush or man with a sword.
Dantanian - fallen angel who appears as a man with many faces.
Decarabia - fallen angel who appears as a star in a pentacle.
Eligor - fallen angel who appears as a good knight with lance.
Enepsigos - fallen angel who appears in the shape of woman.
Flauros - fallen angel who appears as a leopard.
Focalor - fallen angel who appears as a man with griffin wings.
Forcas - fallen angel who teaches logic and ethics.
Forneus - fallen angel marquis who appears as a sea monster.
Furcas - fallen angel who appears as a cruel man with long beard.
Furfur - fallen angel who appears as a hart with a fiery tail.
Gaap - fallen angel who appears as a man with bat wings.
Gadreel - fallen angel whose name means “God is my helper.”
Gamygyn - fallen angel who appears as a small horse.
Glasyalabolas - fallen angel who appears as a winged dog.
Gomory - fallen angel who appears as a camel riding woman of beauty.
Gusion - fallen angel who can discern the past, present or future.
Hagenti - fallen angel who appears as a bull with griffin wings.
Halpas - fallen angel who appears as a stork.
Imamiah - fallen angel who governs voyages.
Ipos - fallen angel who appears as an angel with a lion’s head.
Kokabiel - fallen angel whose name means “star of God.”
Kunopegos - fallen angel who appears as a sea horse and sinks ships.
Lahash - fallen angel who interferes with divine will.
Lerajie - fallen angel who appears as an archer in green.
Leviathon - fallen angel associated with the deep seas.
Lillith - fallen female angel who searches for children to kidnap or kill.
Lix Tetrax - fallen angel of the wind.
Lucifer - actually a Babylonian king whose name means “bearer of light.”
Malpas - fallen angel who appears as a crow.
Marbas - fallen angel who appears as a lion.
Marchosias - fallen angel who appears as a she-wolf with griffin wings.
Mastema - fallen angel whose name means “hostility.”
Mephistopheles - fallen angel; name means “he who loves not the light.”
Morax - fallen angel who appears as a bull.
Naamah - fallen angel of prostitution whose name means “pleasing.”
Naberius - fallen angel who appears as a crowing cock.
Obyzouth - fallen angel femal who kills newborns and cause still-births.
Onoskelis - female fallen angel who lives in caves and perverts men.
Orias - fallen angel who appears as a lion with serpent’s tail.
Ornias - fallen angel who is annoying and can shape-shift.
Orobas - fallen angel who appears as a horse.
Ose - fallen angel who appears as a leopard and is a president in hell.
Paimon - fallen angel who appears as a crowned man on a camel.
Penemuel - fallen angel who corrupts mankind through writing.
Pharzuph - fallen angel of fornication and lust.
Phoenix - fallen angel who appears as a phoenix bird.
Procel - fallen angel who can speak of hidden and secret things.
Purah - fallen angel of forgetfulness and the conjuring of the dead.
Purson - fallen angel who appears as a lion-headed man on a bear.
Qemuel - fallen angel who was destroyed by God.
Rahab - fallen angel of pride whose name means “violence.”
Raum - fallen angel who appears as a crow.
Ronobe - fallen angel who is a monster who teaches rhetoric and art.
Ruax - headache fallen angel.
Sabnack - fallen angel who appears as a soldier with lion’s head.
Saleos - fallen angel who appears as a soldier on a crocodile.
Samael - evil fallen angel whose name means “the blind God.”
Satan - christian fallen angel whose name means “adversary.”
Seere - fallen angel who appears as a man on a winged horse.
Semyaza - fallen angel leader and one of the Sons of God.
Shax - fallen angel who appears as a stork; stealer of money.
Solas - fallen angel who appears as a raven and teaches astronomy.
Sorath - fallen angel to some whose number is 666.
Sytry - fallen angel; appears as a man with griffin wings and leopard head.
Uzza - fallen angel whose name means “strength.”
Valac - fallen angel who appears as a small boy with wings on a dragon.
Valefor - fallen angel who appears as a many-headed lion.
Vapula - fallen angel who is skilled in handicrafts, science and philosophy.
Vassago - fallen angel who discovers all things lost or hidden.
Vepar - fallen angel who appears as a mermaid.
Vine - fallen angel and appears as a lion sitting on a black horse.
Vual - fallen angel who appears as a huge camel.
Wormwood - fallen angel who brings plagues upon the Earth.
Xaphan - fallen angel who fires the fires of hell.
Zagan - fallen angel who can transform things; looks like a bull with wings.
Zepar - fallen angel who makes women love men.
Angel names find their roots within ancient cultures, such as Babylon, Assyria, and Egypt, as well as within Jewish, Christian and Muslim lore. Over thousands of years, angel names have evolved in spelling, meaning and use within religions, mysticism and magic, where the name of an angel is thought important in order to invoke angelic help. Some rituals invoke good angels, while other rituals are to invoke fallen angels.
Many of the good angel names include a suffix word meaning of God (-el), or yah, which means Lord. This way, angel names portray the importance of the angel’s connection with the divine. Good and fallen angel names are traditionally and even superstitiously viewed as being powerful.