This type of Pokémon is known for its intense strength. In this article, we will feature mind-blowing “Psychic-Type Pokémon in real-life” artworks.
Table Of Contents
- The Psychic-Type Pokémon
- The Artists
- The Realistic Artworks
THE PSYCHIC-TYPE POKÉMON IN THIS LIST
We have read from the Pokémon Database website that there are 121 Psychic-type Pokémon. So, with that, we chose the ten best realistic artworks for this Pokémon type. Here are the Pokémon you need to watch out for. First, we will have Lunala, which is a dual-type Psychic/Ghost Legendary Pokémon, as per the Bulbapedia website. Second, our list includes the adorable yet fierce Pokémon, Reuniclus. Thirdly, the Pokémon with an IQ of 5,000 is none other than Alakazam.
Of course, Mr. Mime, one of the rarest Pokémon in Pokémon GO, is included. Next, we have Jynx, a dual-type Ice/Psychic Pokémon. Following Jynx, Unown, a rare and uniquely designed Pokémon, is included as well. Then, Lugia, one of the most powerful Pokémon, is featured in this list.
As we move on, you will meet the infamous Mewtwo. Then, Wobbuffet will make an appearance too. Finally, we will end the list with the hypnotism master, Drowzee.
This section will acknowledge the talented artists who showcased their unique interpretations of the above-mentioned psychic-type Pokémon. The first artist is Sanjul Sajeev from Instagram. Sanjul is known for his creative Pokémon fanarts with the idea of infusing the Pokémon world in real life. Next is none other than the well-known artist Joshua Dunlop from DeviantArt. His style is best known for capturing both the cartoonish and realistic looks of every Pokémon.
Following the two is artist Elijah Robertson, also known as 3DBear of Tumblr. This artist specializes in 3D art, so prepared to be amazed. Next, we will feature Sammu Studios’ owner, cg-sammu, from DeviantArt. He specializes in 3D art as well.
The last two artists we will feature are arvalis and SoupandButter from DeviantArt. Their interpretations are truly unique as they give the Pokémon’s appearance a nightmare-ish twist.
THE PSYCHIC-TYPE POKÉMON IN REAL LIFE
Are you ready to see the magnificent Lunala in real life? Then, you’re in luck since artist Sanjul Sajeev delivered a stunning and realistic-looking Lunala. The artist perfectly captured the Pokémon’s elegance, but what caught our attention is the cyberpunk-ish style he added to Lunala’s appearance. Indeed, this is a smart interpretation.
Following the stunning Lunala artwork, Sanju consistently amazes us with his masterpieces. However, his Reuniclus artwork is on a different level. Who would’ve thought that Reuniclus’ blob-like body would look cool in real life? The artist even showcased the Pokémon using his psychic powers.
Next, JoshuaDunlop’s Alakazam is on fire! Check out how the Pokémon’s aura looks threatening. With his psychic power on, Alakazam looked terrifying and intimidating. Upon looking at this artwork, we love how the artist exhibits a fighter version of Alakazam.
4. MR. MIME
Power is not just what Mr. Mime boasts, but his undeniable cuteness as well. For that, artist JoshuaDunlop didn’t miss those details. The end product? Mr. Mime looks surreal! Additionally, his Barrier powers would look sophisticated and marvelous in real life.
The final JoshuaDunlop artwork that we will feature for this Pokémon-type is Jynx. We love how Joshua retained the Pokémon’s original design and gave a neat design to its overall appearance. If you find Jynx to be a little intimidating, that’s because the artist wants to deliver a threatening version of this Pokémon.
Next, let’s take a minute and appreciate how 3DBear’s Unown speaks serenity and calmness. With that being said, this artwork is one of the best portrayals for Unown. It perfectly captured the mysterious vibes from this rare Pokémon. We can all agree that 3DBear’s style brought Unown to life!
Now, prepare to witness an epic Lugia artwork. Artist cg-sammu’s style is a breath of fresh air. Lugia now appeared even more powerful and badass. The Pokémon’s physique has a defined texture to it. Thus, bringing an extraordinary design for Lugia. With this, you would want to keep Lugia in real life.
Of course, our list wouldn’t be complete without Mewtwo. Artist arvalis wow-ed us with his depiction of the Pokémon. Now, Mewtwo’s appearance is close to reality. You can observe that a fetus Mew evolved into a powerful Mewtwo; you can even see how the artist creatively added an umbilical cord on the Pokémon’s belly. Overall, Mewtwo now appeared terrifying, not just by the power it possesses but also by its threatening build.
Next, this Wobbuffet is not the typical jolly and happy-go-lucky Pokémon. Once again, artist SoupandButter will fuel our fears. However, in this design, instead of its typical scrunched eyes, the artist gave it a deadly stare and a haunting-looking physique. By that, this Wobbuffet is a Pokémon you need to watch out for.
Now, let’s wrap up this article with another SoupandButter creative interpretation. Instead of its original yellow-colored skin, Drowzee was painted with an eerie pink color to further heightened the spooky aura of this picture. With this design, it looks like Drowzee will make you fall into a deep slumber.
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