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Pokemon Go in rapture

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My take on Pokemon Go fan art starring Isaac Newton (whom apple takes inspiration of) riding on a Pidgeot while holding an iphone vs. Android bot riding a shiny Gyarados while holding an android smart phone.

The reason why I made this fan art is because I'm aware of this hype that was going on. I downloaded this on my phone a few days ago but I haven't played it yet. Whether this game is worthy or just a kids toy (whom some older people despise) is up to me when I will start looking forward to this.

Made in Gimp. I do not own any of these characters.

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Amazing

Well as always you have made some amazing things and this one is no different amazing and a nice mock up scene and looks to be one hell of a battle with all the style here I would have loved more effects of this action scene like more Sparks and explsions etc but I do like the view point here so as for improvement no changes at this time but maybe a later point some extra added effcets

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
As mentioned above

~X~

POWERADOS
The Shiny Red Rados
The Original Blue Rados
The Pikachu x Gyarados Fusion Yellow Rados
The fan fictional Gender Bent Pink Rados
And the Racist Black Rados

*ahem* Kudos with the pixelart bro. Five stars all the way :)

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Naming the Shiny Gyarados one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse or Ragnarok is beyond me.

Ah, yes, the legend of the Red Gyrados. Are shinies a thing in GO, though?

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Who knows if there are shiny Pokemons on that app.

Looks great! Love that you used Red Gyarados, one of my fave shinny's.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

He's my favorite... for destroying multiple cities and starting a cataclysm in the process.

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