cactusjubilee:

bestofpokemongo:

Do you think you have what it takes to be a Pokemon Master, defeat the Gym Challenge, and beat the Elite Four? Are you certain you’ve studied up on Pokemon types, their advantages and disadvantages, and the makeup of the perfect team? If you consider yourself a Pokemon expert, then you’d better know which of these cute little creatures is going to be your first (and best) bud through your Pokemon journey.

That’s right, we’re talking about Starter Pokemon, that first friend gifted to you by a Pokemon Professor at the beginning of each Pokemon game. Show us what you’ve got by identifying each and every one of these powerful allies you could have. From generation one, and the most classic of 90s Pokemon, to the latest versions of the game with new (and adorable) starters, if you can name them all, you might be ready to take on the world!

BetaPokemon Redesign #01-02-03 – Leef, Blossomole, Blossomite

Masterlist

New CoroCoro revealing Gigantamax Eevee, Pikachu, Meowth, and Charizard!

Wrong side of town

flairina replied to your postHonestly I had no idea what to expect when you…

It would help if you had links to the proto Pokémon base designs in the descriptions. You have links in the compilation posts, but for the individual ones there was nothing immediately available to really compare to, so it was hard to know what to think.

Yeah I realized that was sorta where my big mess up was. I was worried off-site links would make the posts harder to find because Tumblr works in weird ways in regards to that stuff but looking back on it I think it really didn’t matter. It was the one time I tried to care about the system and it did more harm then good really. 

I’m not overly salty about it and I think you’re super right. Sometime soon I’ll go back and add them even if they’re kinda off the radar at this point. For the Gen. 2 Beta Pokemon I’m gonna have a link to the infographic on each of them. 

Honestly I had no idea what to expect when you said you were doing beta pokemon but I'm enjoying it so much and I really hope you are too!

Thank you so much! That’s really great to hear, honestly! I feel like feedback has kinda slowed because I think most people were just kinda confused or are more interested in canon Pokemon, which is perfectly fine but I kinda just do as I do and in the end I thought it was a lot of fun. C:

Gen. 1 Beta was very loose but that level of freedom with the information I had was really interesting to work with. I doubt a lot of those could even read as Pokemon but I think they fit within the context of my redesign project (compared to redesigns like Giratina or Zygarde I guess) and it was really neat to experiment on such a foundational level with them. 

So yeah, I’m really glad you like them and I’m liking them too! I think it’ll be fun digging into Gen. 2 Beta. n_n

Juicee and Juicibot are super cute!! I love all the fakemon you've made though, lol

Thank you so much! It’s been a fun experiment and I’m glad people like them, since it’s something I’d be down to explore more in the future! UvU

bulwarkstaff:

yes…..

YES……….

bestofpokemongo:

Do you think you have what it takes to be a Pokemon Master, defeat the Gym Challenge, and beat the Elite Four? Are you certain you’ve studied up on Pokemon types, their advantages and disadvantages, and the makeup of the perfect team? If you consider yourself a Pokemon expert, then you’d better know which of these cute little creatures is going to be your first (and best) bud through your Pokemon journey.

That’s right, we’re talking about Starter Pokemon, that first friend gifted to you by a Pokemon Professor at the beginning of each Pokemon game. Show us what you’ve got by identifying each and every one of these powerful allies you could have. From generation one, and the most classic of 90s Pokemon, to the latest versions of the game with new (and adorable) starters, if you can name them all, you might be ready to take on the world!