'Golden memories' Pikachu/Magnemite

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'Golden memories' Pikachu/Magnemite

Author Comments

'Looking back at those happy days together, our first journey so long ago was my greatest memory'


My entry for the Jazza PokéFusion challenge. The fusion is between Pikachu and Magnemite 'Pikamite'

I tried to show the bonding moment of a young trainer setting out on a journey with her first pokémon.

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Your style is absolutely gorgeous!

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Djoresh responds:

That means allot to me. There is still so much to improve, but it's the best what I can do at the moment, thanks!

I love this! The background is beautiful and the colors all mesh really well!

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Djoresh responds:

Thank you! I really appreciate the comment! I'll root for your pikamuk in the competition!

It looks so Natural, Very Nice Style.

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Djoresh responds:

=3 thanks!

vary good job i think you have got a good chance of wining. I did one with charizard and magnezone

Djoresh responds:

Cheers! I doubt I will win. But I have some hope to be showcased in the main video. Your illustration looks great aswell, keep it up!

One tip, magnezone was not part of the first generation, so you might not be selected for that.
But it still looks like a magnemite-charizard fusion, so just change magnezone to magnemite and your good. =)

cute and nice concept! dont forget you need the names of the pokemon fused in title

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Djoresh responds:

Thanks! I missed that the names had to be in the titel, could have been annoying

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Credits & Info

4.33 / 5.00

Nov 16, 2016 | 5:55 PM EST
File Info
950 x 831 px
998.4 kb

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