Realistic Pokemon Prints!

London, England On Etsy since 2011

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Realistic Pokemon Prints!

London, England | 1,100 Sales



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Joshua Dunlop

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Joshua Dunlop


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About JoshuaDunlop

Sales 1,100
On Etsy since 2011

Pokemon Zoology and much more

Well in December 2016 I started to learn how to use 3D programs like 3DCoat and Zbrush, I practiced and practiced and finally decided to use my new found skills on a little project. Pokemon Go was really big at the time and I thought it would be fun to try and create 3D realistic Pokemon. I created Bulbasaur and my friends loved it, asking me to do Charmander and Squirtle.
When I uploaded them I had no idea how popular it would become, it went crazy viral and was featured on nearly every major website out there, reaching across the globe. The resounding voice from fans was 'DO MORE!!' so I have :D. I'm working toward completing the first 151 Pokemon and plan to build a website around them for people to enjoy. I've had the pleasure to gain some amazing work from it and hopefully, more will come in the future!

(Inspired by Nintendo and the Pokemon Company's characters)

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  • Joshua Dunlop

    Owner, Maker, Curator

    I've been working as a Freelance Concept Artist for a few years now. I'm mainly self-taught but was lucky to get a Masters in Concept Art at Teesside University. I mainly work with Creatures and Characters and have recently been using 3D in my work

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Last updated on 02 Aug, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalised orders

I'm more than happy to sign a print for you if requested upon purchase, however, I do not accept returns once signed.

Sizing details

I will make it clear on all orders what sizes are available.

Care instructions

Posters are on glossy paper, it is recommended putting them in a frame to keep them well protected.

Gift wrapping and packaging

All items will be carefully wrapped in tissue paper and packed in either a hard back envelope or a poster tube dependent on the size.

What about copyright?

Fanart is a tricky thing. Essentially all fan art isn't technically legal but does provide a company with free advertising and building of their product. You simply have to type in any franchise on Esty and see the overwhelming amount of work being sold. I simply sell these on a small scale in order to survive and keep the project flowing, I have no plans to make it into a large scale business.

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