Update February 19, 2020: If you know the Legendary Pokémon in games, you know they aren’t always as impressive as their description might suggest. Ultimately, they have to fit into a Poké Ball.

What if it is? Look gigantic and just as legendary.

23-year-old artist Devin Elle Kurtz aka TamberElla shows off what this could look like with her artwork.

In her digital photos, she depicts Giratina, Rayquaza, Lugia, Palkia, Dialga, Kyogre and Groudon in a size not known to them otherwise. Kind of like a cross between Pacific Rim and Pokémon.

The colors go well with their background and just huge. They emerge from the clouds, eclipse entire cities.

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On the one hand, you can view the photos on Instagram, on the other hand on their DeviantArt page.

Check out this post on Instagram

A collection of my (very large) legendary Pokémon paintings. When I go through a ~ time ~ in life, the pokemon always comes to make me feel better. #pokemon #pokemonfanart #legendarypokemon #giratina #lugia #rayquaza #palkia #dialga #groudonkykyre

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Update February 17, 2020 – Pixel Artist creates 3D sprites from Pokémon

What would old 2D Pokémon 2D sprites look like in 3D?

The answer to the question is provided by artist and 2D / 3D animator “Cort” on Twitter.

There it shows various rotating Pokemon 3D sprites. To do this, he first built the Pokémon as a 3D model and then placed a pixel filter on it.

Below you can see, for example, Tangela, Psiana and Senior Detective Pikachu.

Here you can see more creations and what he’s still working on.

Update February 14, 2020 – Here is the silhouette of the mysterious new Pokémon

The mysterious new Pokémon will be introduced in less than two weeks.

The silhouette of this new Pokémon should be shown in advance in the new edition of CoroCoro magazine.

The issue won’t be officially released until February 15, but Serebii has already found a photo of the figure.

The mysterious Pokémon will then be available in the Pokémon Sword and Shield, as you can see in the new Pokémon movie.

It will be presented in detail during Pokémon Day, which takes place on February 27.

Source: Serebii

Update February 7, 2020 – Pokémon: This ASMR Video With Sleima Should Make You Feel Good

Are you familiar with ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response)? Apparently, there has been a bit of hype around this topic recently, but it probably escaped me.

According to Wikipedia, ASMR describes “the experience of a tingling and pleasant sensation on the skin; often felt the same as a slight electrostatic discharge. It usually starts on the scalp from the back of the head and travels along the neck and upper spine to the shoulder area. ”

And that’s exactly what The Pokémon Company wants to spark in you with a new ASMR video. The focus is on Sleima and you can clearly hear the movement noises it makes on various surfaces and activities. A helmet is recommended for “optimum effect”.

You can try it out and tell us if it works for you.

Original message of February 6, 2020: What is your favorite pokemon? The Pokémon Company is asking this question to the entire community.

The company is currently researching the “Pokémon of the Year” and will allow you to vote on it.

This vote is already underway and until February 14 at 2:59 p.m., you have the opportunity to participate.

How do you participate? Simply directly via Google. Go to the Google home page and search for “Pokémon Vote”.

You can find the survey above the search results. There you first select one of the eight categories and then choose a Pokémon from the list to vote.

“When you’re signed in to your Google account, you’ll be able to vote one per category, up to a maximum of eight votes per day,” he said. “So you can only vote once a day in each category, but you can choose again every day during the voting period. “

The company will soon be celebrating Pokémon Day this year. Niantic is also celebrating Pokémon Day in Pokémon Go with an event.

Source: Twitter Feeds