An artist created Pokemon artwork featuring the Electric-Type Pikachu wearing costumes designed after other pocket monsters. This continues the trend of artists donning Game Freak’s various creatures in costumes based off of other pocket monsters, creating jovial pieces that allow fans to create cute Pokemon combinations for all to enjoy.
Due to its popularity, Pikachu is oftentimes the subject of fan art. As the pocket monster is the mascot of the series, it has served as a muse for many who create works based off of the franchise. This includes a Reddit user named scrazyone1 who dressed the electric mouse in costumes based on three other Pokemon.
Scrazyone1 posted images of 3D art that they created of Pikachu dressed as Blastoise, Charizard, and Gengar. Each costume has Pikachu wearing the head of the featured Pokemon, along with other accessories. The Charizard outfit includes wings and a cape, while the Gengar costume also has a cape. The Blastoise outfit has Pikachu donning the Water-Type starter’s shell and cannons on its back. All three costumes are charming, especially with the different expressions that the Electric-Type has while wearing each outfit.
Additional images can be seen in scrazyone1’s original post.
Scrazyone1 asked Redditors which outfit they felt was the cutest, and while all three received love, the Gengar costume seemed the most popular of the three. Many users asked where Venusaur was, with one joking that Charizard, Blastoise, and Gengar make up their favorite starter trio. One commenter made a request for a Sylveon in a Halloween costume, and another questioned scrazyone1 about whether they could get the STL files to 3D print out their own figures based off of the artwork. Scrazyone1 pointed the fan to their Patreon, where they have a number of different works for subscribers to choose from. All the designs are adorable and include some exclusive patterns for Pokemon lovers to enjoy.
Scrazyone1 also recently posted artwork that showcases the Bulbasaur evolutionary line with a Halloween theme. The pieces show the Pokemon all having jack-o-lanterns where their bulbs usually sit. The pocket monsters feature skull and bone designs, further establishing the spooky theme. While Bulbasaur’s face is covered completely with a skull mask, the number of bones decorating the Pokemon diminishes as the creature evolves, though the pumpkin on the back becomes larger and more menacing. Scrazyone1 has confirmed that they are working on more pieces, giving fans something to look forward to as the Halloween season draws near.
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