Pokemon Fan Art Combines Shiny Umbreon With Van Gogh’s Starry Night


When it comes to creating fanart, Pokemon fans often draw as much inspiration from the real world as from the Pokemon series itself. This often leads to hybrid artwork combining Pokemon with animals or characters from other iconic franchises.

In this particular case, a Pokemon The fan artist was inspired by a classic piece of art. The creation combines Shiny Umbreon with Van Gogh’s Starry Night, creating an impressive blend of art.

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Reddit user Siinastah shared his creation with the Pokemon subreddit, and fans are impressed. A Shiny Umbreon gapes as it gazes into the distance in the foreground, while Van Gogh’s iconic Starry Night swirling colors stand in the background behind it. With Umbreon’s color palette shifting from black and yellow to black and blue in its glossy variant, it blends seamlessly into the design, almost looking like it’s camouflaged. This is further enhanced by the speckled and dotted patches of color on the Umbreon itself.

Van Gogh’s art has often been the subject of artistic mash-ups, and this fan artist didn’t just do it with Shiny Umbreon. The artist also shared images of their artwork that brought other Pokemon to the classic artwork. These include Blastoise, Venusaur and Charizard, the iconic starters from the original Pokemon Games. According to siinastah, some of the art was created using oil paint on canvas, but some was done using a combination of digital art programs like Photoshop and Procreate.

Those who like the artwork may want to contact siinistah, as they noted in the comments that they sell prints of their work. It would definitely add an interesting conversation starter to a home. Given the virtually eternal popularity of Pokemon and the iconic nature of Van Gogh’s original painting, it would certainly stand out on display, even if the viewer is unfamiliar with both subjects.

The Pokemon The franchise now spans a quarter century of time, and inspired creations like these have been shared by fans for almost as long. With each game bringing new locations, creatures, and trainers for players to encounter and challenge, there’s always something to inspire fan creativity. Laser art, crochet figures and 3D printers have all been used to bring fan favorites to life, but more traditional methods can still be used to create impressive images. Pokemon pieces like this too.

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