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Generations I-IV depicted as Japanese demons

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by , 1st August 2011 at 04:39 PM (1015 Views)
http://blog.livedoor.jp/agraphlog-asamegraph/temp/pokehyaku.html

I found this blog that had given the first 251 a new rendition, in the style of what I think is Japanese Rimpa art. Each one is designed as if it were an oni. Some look fearsome, some look silly, and others look totally bizarre. There are quite a few who do look very good, including the legendaries.
My personal favorites are Graveler, Ponyta, Rapidash, Lickitung, Gyrados, Zapdos, Arcticuno, Tyranitar, Ledian, the Unown, Dunsparce, Steelix, Slugma, Magcargo, Raikou, Suicune, Lugia, and Celebi. To name a few.

All credit goes to ... whoever it is that made it. I can't read Japanese and the Google Translated webpage makes little sense.

EDIT: I've found the artist's DeviantArt account. Their username is Nojo (or nojoh), and they've done generations I, II, III, IV. I will link to each of their Pokemon works.
"Hyaku Poke Yako"
Kanto 1
Kanto 2
Eevee
Johto 1
Johto 2
Johto supplement
Hoenn 1
Hoenn 2
Sinnoh 1
Sinnoh 2

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Updated 2nd August 2011 at 03:17 PM by Aviator Zero

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  1. Iteru's Avatar
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    Jumpluff is absoultely hilarious.
  2. Shiay's Avatar
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    C: I've seen these. I watch the user on Pixiv. If you go to their profile there, you'll find that they've also made sets for both Hoenn and Sinnoh as well.
  3. Lugion's Avatar
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    I'm a sucker for stuff like this.
  4. Alex800's Avatar
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    These are going to haunt me in my dreams O_O
  5. Bishie Karis-chan's Avatar
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    Porygon and Steelix are amazing.
  6. Oswin's Avatar
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    WHAT IS WRONG WITH PARASECT?!

    Seriously. *Shudders*

    And Smoochum looks weirder than ever..
  7. GatoRage's Avatar
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    Machamp is utterly hilarious.
  8. Azure Butterfly's Avatar
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    Jigglypuff's entire line is funny.

    Some of them, like Hypno and Growlithe, are really cute though.
  9. TFSpock's Avatar
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    Kakuna is a skull, Metapod is a zombie, and Butterfree looks like something off of Nightmare on Elm Street. :/
  10. Aviator Zero's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiay
    C: I've seen these. I watch the user on Pixiv. If you go to their profile there, you'll find that they've also made sets for both Hoenn and Sinnoh as well.
    Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. After a lengthy Internet quest, I've found the artist's DeviantArt account.
  11. winstein's Avatar
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    Those are some pretty impressive interpretations. Too bad the Generation 3 and 4 ones weren't in the same set, though (as I have no direction on where to get them). It would be nice to see the Generation 5 Pokemon this time.

    That's it for now.
  12. winstein's Avatar
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    (Looks like the update is done after my last comment)

    - Wowzers...Hippopotas' eyes on the nostrils? That looks like a misinterpretation, though it's more of making it more eerie.
    - Bibarel's rather cute, which I like.
    - Cranidos and Rampardos look like they are behaving like ostriches.
    - Wonder why Budew's a frowner here.
    - Magnezone looks like an abomination of multiple eyeballs...
    - It's probably natural for Tangela and Tangrowth to be in this interpretation, although I still like them here.
    - Torkoal's pretty impressive.
    - Registeel has hands?
    - Funny how Jirachi looks more human-like here.
    - It's natural that Ludicolo and Shiftry are interpreted this way; they were inspired by Japanese mythical creatures!

    Thanks for reading.

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