It's a complete recolor of all of the Pokémon sprites from Yellow. Some look very nice, while a few others are hardly improved. Anyway, this is what Yellow would have looked like if the Game Boy allowed more than 4 colors. Credit goes to keyaki360 of DeviantArt. EDIT: Right-click and click 'Open image in new window/tab' to see the whole thing, if it's obscured (freaking vb4 can suck it).
Updated 28th June 2011 at 11:50 AM by Aviator Zero
32. Nidoran♂ Form: 8. I hate to see it all hunched over with its head on the floor. Its top half is the focus. Between its scruffy fur, horn, spiky ears, and spiny back plate, a striking bodyline is the point (pun intended) of Nidoran♂. Color: 6. The male Nidos have had their color changed throughout time, from a bluish fuchsia in the original games and artwork, to a vibrant pink in the anime, and to the current
Updated 9th October 2012 at 11:39 AM by Aviator Zero
So I've begun a Nuzlocke Challenge of Yellow. I plan to catalog my playthrough about once a week (or whenever I get to play Yellow) via blog posts. I will play by the following rules:
1. You can only catch the first Pokémon seen in an area. If caught, you may not get another of that kind in any other area. 'Skips' are allowed only if you already have the species you first meet, or if the Pokémon is evolved. Old areas may be used for training.
2. Feinted Pokémon are dead and must
Updated 17th July 2011 at 03:09 PM by Aviator Zero
Wow, that took a while, and he doesn't even have his first Pokemon yet. The story will move much faster in following episodes. Let me know what you think, if it's funny, creative, silly, stupid, poorly-drawn, whatever!
You may have to 'Open image in new tab/window' because of that stupid omnipresent green sidebar.
Note: About the art... I am of the belief that a cookie jar is only a good as the cookies inside.
I'm gonna watch this and get to the bottom of this madness. Why are grown men watching a cartoon about ponies?!