Digital artist Joshua Dunlop has spend the past few months building up an army of Pokemon pieces. But not just any ordinary art. Instead, he hand-crafted them with lighting and shading that has been made to best resemble how they would look if they really existed. Ever wanted to see what Charizard would look like if he were roaming your local hiking trail? How about Eevee on your living room floor? If so, then you're in luck.
The gallery currently includes over 30 works and he's adding to it every week or so. Check them out below, and be sure to let us know which ones you're most glad don't actually exist (Ghastly gets my pick).
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