Detective Pikachu Artist Returns, Shares New Realistic Pokemon Art of Vaporeon and Ninetails

share to other networks share to twitter share to facebook

While it could still be a bad movie, a lot of fans were impressed when they saw the realistic Pokemon in the first trailer of Pokemon: Detective Pikachu. This made a number of viewers do a complete 180 when it came to their excitement for the flick, though many of us are still skeptical over its quality. Still, the Pokemon look great and the artist who did them has decided to share some new realistic-looking Pokemon art.

The artist, who goes by Arvalis on DeviantArt, recently shared an art piece of Vaporeon and Ninetails, both looking fairly realistic. They wouldn't look out of place in the Detective Pikachu movie and it wouldn't be too surprising to know if they are actually in the film. Granted, it would probably be a quick appearance but that's not a bad thing.



On the post, Arvalis reveals that he took a hiatus from making realistic Pokemon after working with Legendary on Detective Pikachu. The job required Arvalis to draw realistic Pokemon on a regular basis and it wore him out, which is understandable. Seeing him draw more Pokemon after his work on the movie is actually more surprising after this reveal.

Anyone who has seen the first trailer was impressed by how all the Pokemon looked. Whether it was the title character, Charizard, Greninja, or Bulbasaur, they all caught our eye. Hopefully, the writers and everyone else involved also gave their A game since we're all a bit nervous about this movie.


Pokemon: Detective Pikachu comes out on May 10, 2019.

Read:Ryan Reynolds Shares Mo-Cap Look for Detective Pikachu