A series of realistic illustrations focused on the zoology and taxonomy of Pókemon by Joshua Dunlop.
Made with 3D-Coat, Photoshop, and Keyshot. Here is the artist's Patreon. “Please share this post, you never know who's watching (I need a job haha),” says young Mr. Dunlop.
Characters, from top to bottom: Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander.
Linda at Eponases creates all kinds of cool cross-stich projects, but this massive piece of Pokemon characters is out of this world.
At the recent Pokémon World Festival in Incheon, South Korea, a Pikachu deflated midway through a dance. Fortunately, agents specially-trained for such emergencies acted quickly and decisively. (See the action at 1:12 in the video.) (via Laughing Squid)
The artisan behind this Pokémon “Poké Ball” (aka Monster Ball) masterpiece is Jasper Hams.
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