DETECTIVE PIKACHU Artist Draws Realistic Versions Of The Starter Pokémon In The Upcoming Game

DETECTIVE PIKACHU Artist Draws Realistic Versions Of The Starter Pokémon In The Upcoming Game

DETECTIVE PIKACHU Artist Draws Realistic Versions Of The Starter Pokémon In The Upcoming Game

RJ Palmer, the concept artist for Warner Bros. and Legendary's Detective Pikachu, has recently shared his realistic designs for the three starter Pokémon in the upcoming Pokémon Sword & Shield.

With the relesase of Warner Bros. and Legendary's Detective Pikachu live-action movie, fans of the Pocket Monster series were finally able to get a glimpse of what a world full of Pokémon would look like; thanks to the wonderful vision that Director Rob Letterman had for the movie.

The creatures in Detective Pikachu look extremely faithful to the source material, while also looking very realistic. One of the artists responsible for such wonderful designs is RJ Palmer, who had been drawing fan-made creatures before he was discovered and offered a job as Concept Artist in Rob Letterman's movie.

Recently, Palmer has shared three new realistic designs, which are based on the starter creatures that players will be able to select at the beginning of the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield for the Nintendo Switch. The Pokémon in question are Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.

Palmer had already shared his realistic designs for Grookey and Scorbunny, and just today he finally shared his design for Water Type Pokémon Sobble, and it looks as great as his other designs do.

Check it out:







 


Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will be set in Galar, an expansive region with many environments—idyllic countryside, contemporary cities, thick forests, and craggy, snow-covered mountains. The people and Pokémon live together in this region, and they’ve worked together to develop the industries here.

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will be available for the Nintendo Switch in 2019.
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