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Pokemon Gijinka dump by BlueRoseArkelle Pokemon Gijinka dump by BlueRoseArkelle
:la: My Pokemon gijinka collection so far in one off-center page! :XD:

o wo I've been having so much fun making gijinkas, and whats even better is I get commissioned for them on gaia.
:la: I've made SOOOOOOOOO much gold doing this!~

Anyways.... Think you can name them all?
xD haha I seriously doubt that. I wanted to take a more original approach to them rather than make there outfits so plainly obvious as to what pokemon they are. I Wanna make you think! :XD:

LOL, but im not that mean, so here are all of them from left to right, row by row:
1st row: Absol (male), Aron (female), Bellossom (female), Leafeon (male), Snorlax (female)
2nd row: Dragonair (female), Espeon (female), Flaaffy (female), Haunter (male), Suicune (female)
3rd row: Flygon (male), Frosslass (female), Gardevoir (female), Growlithe (female), Combusken (male)
4th row: Milotic (female), Roselia (female), Roserade (female), Vulpix (female) Vulpix (male)

:meow: Just a little info, about some of them:

- Aron was my first gijinka comish
- Combusken was my first ever gijinka
- Suicune was first legendary
- Dragonair was first gijinka art trade
- Leafeon was first to be named (Leizel)
- Flaffy in most recent (and my new fave)
- Hanter was requested to be small
- The two Vulpix's are twins. The male being more protective of the whimsical female
- Roselia was requested to have a bow
- Espeon was requested to be in a middle-eastern style outfit

:meow: Enjoy!~ ^^
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aggvmm Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Amazing
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BarbieBang Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014  Student General Artist
If say, I wanted to cosplay some of your designs, would you allow me to? Obviously, I would give you credit for the design and link you if pictures were to be posted on any site. But if I were to enter it into a craftsmanship contest, I would need your full consent and possible signature. Would you possibly be okay with this? I LOVE your designs sooo much. 
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danielle14178 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013
Absols eyes don't smile.... 
No idea how I noticed it but yeah,Absol is ma fav pokemon.
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Angel-Kazekage Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013
I'm not too fond of Espeon in this, it looks like Medicham
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OpelloVero Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Student Artist
I like the Absol and the twin vulpixs. Great job.
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danitaguty Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2012  Student Filmographer
when i was a little girl rosselia was my fave
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SageFutarki-Angel Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i love Suicune's, Absol's and Growlithe's designs X3 especially Suicune's (Im a Suicune fan if u cant tell ^_^)
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UniMieli Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2011  Hobbyist
Gorgeous! I like especially Roselia's, Gardevoir's, Froslass', Dragonair's, Flaaffy's and Leafeon's outfits ^_^

I also love Milotic's dress!!
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Octoboy-the-8th Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011
It's THE END! Last (actually first) page of you stellar gijinkas, and this is an overload of 'em! Great way to kick off (or in my case finish) your onslaught of pokemon gijinka drawings!

One thing I've notice you've improved on is cloaking the gijinkas' pokemon identities; most of these I guessed with no difficulty, aron being the big exception (the lack of metallic detail was likely the cause of that). You've also got a whole lot more imaginative with gijinkas - I'm finding myself liking your male versions of a lot of these female gijinkas of feminine pokemon much more, because you showed so much creativity trying to create a male character from a decidedly not masculine source. Bellossom's adorable, but she's as much a lady in a grass skirt as the pokemon was - the bellossom boy was a step ahead as he somehow looked like a bellossom without having a skirt.

Now that is not to say in the least that you were not good back then. These gijinkas are fantastically drawn, and display loads of creative skill. You have only gotten better at thinking outside the box as time went on. And the quality of your drawing is simply fantastic. All these lovely characters are truly a treat to the eye! And of course, not a tail or pointy ear to be seen - any animal part from the pokemon have been cleverly threaded in to the character's wardrobe in a way that blends perfectly into the outfit. That's a very good early step in the direction of subtlety when it comes to unobtrusive pokemon identities.

One thing I'm noticing is a lot of covered eyes and winking. Are eyes a pain to draw for you? Looking at this page, it would appear you have a preference to drawing only one of them.

So many gijinkas, I just don't know where to start on these! Leafeon's looking quite uncharacteristically conservatively dressed for such a typically nature-loving, earthy sort of pokemon. An early sign of originality in your designs. Yet he's still got a definite woodsy theme with all those leaves, and that crinkly shirt front is very stylish. Milotic is gorgeous as any milotic should be, and I'm loving that sash, gardevoir is quite lovely as well, as is frosslass, who looks quite mystical with her slanted eye and shady eyeshadow.

Dragonair has all the splendour of a Grecian goddess, her blue dress shimmering like a flowing river, and all the lapis precious stones that adorn her glimmering with lustre. And of course, she bears the Hermes-style winged shoes that you've made iconic of your Dragon-line gijinkas. Suicune looks highly majestic and queenly, her long, hazelike hair and trademark tinsel blowing in the wind as she strides along, and flaaffy looks very sweet, as decorated as a wedding cake. Haunter is just the cutest thing ever, and with his baggy clothes, ghost-pale complexion, and apprehensive pose and face, is a very possibly literal dead ringer for an elusive, skittish spectre.

Espeon's filled with Arab-esque flare, and your fashioning of the pokemon's tail into that sash is one of the most brilliant moves of this first batch. Flygon's got one wicked necklace, and roselia? Ok, a roselia's got no business being this adorable. Those things poison you, suck the life out of you, and are just plain evil. This sweetheart, blushing all the way to her shoulders, has a complexion comparable to an actual rose, as well as a super cute, frilly skirt, and huge, captivating baby eyes. We're talking my least favourite pokemon, so you can congratulate yourself for making me like it this much. The vulpix duo are very well made for such simple pokemon, and I adore the female's necklace - thinking outside the box with vulpix's bangs, which could have so easily just been turned into hair is a brilliantly creative move. And the fact that you've put the appearance of vulpix's curly tails everywhere but sticking out of the two gijnkas' backsides is just another reason to rejoice. Snorlax is cute, if rather on the lean side for a snorlax, and I like the baggy pyjamas. I think she's reminding me that it is quite late, and I really should be trying to get to bed soon.

Well, this gallery has been an enormous amount of pleasure and fun to look through and comment on. I thank you for all your work, talent, and sharing. I also envy you a little - I wish I could get a lot of gold!
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JohnnyPokemon Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Boy, somebody knows their stuff!
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