Pokémon is one of the most profitable franchises of all time and it is not for less, since a large number of fans around the world have become attached to the popular creatures and their trainers, which is why many of these create amazing tributes within of the fandom that have surprised us to a great extent, and have made us smile from time to time.
Something that seems quite curious to us is that, when we hear the name “Pokémon” we immediately remember Pikachu, Ash Ketchum and his adventures as a trainer, Misty and Brock, as well as the classic confrontations against the Rocket team.
In fact, fans have adopted some of the Pokémon as our favorites since the first installment of the saga, such as Charmander, Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Pikachu, the latter being the mascot that represents the franchise, but there are some wild Pokémon that they earned our affection.
Some sculptures of Pidgey, Rattata, Spearow and their evolutions, with a rather peculiar appearance
Some fans have dedicated themselves to making true works of art with crossovers, animations, fan arts and have even programmed some anime-inspired video games, either keeping the original concept or leaving their special touch.
But among the innumerable memorable creations in the series, the artist has made some sculptures of the three initials of Kanto, which we showed you earlier, and has decided to continue his work with other sculptures dedicated to Pidgey, Rattata and Spearow, along with all their evolutions.
This fan art allows us to see Pidgey, Rattata and Spearow from a more humorous aspect. The creator of the fan art, by the name of lezgobobbie, posted some images on his Reddit account and according to this Pokémon fan’s description “he has sculpted the first 151 Pokémon with googly eyes”, in reference to the Generation 1 Pokédex, for what today we wanted to show you this version that introduces us to some of the wild Pokémon of Kanto.
In the artist’s publication we could see that they were made of clay, with bright colors. These figures represented the evolution line of Pidgey, Rattata and Spearow. However, they were not the only ones that he showed, so soon we will show you more of his works.