Pokemon Fan Art Shows What Rowlet Would Look Like In Real Life

Creative Pokemon Enthusiast Creates Real-Life Version of Flying/Grass-Type Pokemon Rowlet and Receives Praise from the Community.

The first one Pokemon The game was first released in 1996, and since then it has amassed a huge loyal fanbase. So far, over 900 different Pokemon have been introduced across multiple games. 12 new Pokemon from scarlet and purple have been revealed so far, with more expected to be introduced before the games release in November. The popularity of the franchise is partly attributed to the many Pokémon that members of the community cherish.

Pokemon fans are known to be creative. Members of the pokemon the community likes to represent their favorite Pokémon through their art. While most fan-shared artwork is digital, some also share images and videos of physical art creations. Not too long ago, a fan created sand art featuring Sandygast and got a lot of positive reactions from members of the Pokemon community. Now, a Pokemon fan has created their own version of Rowlet and shared their creation on Reddit.


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Reddit user SoCal_Special_Kei shared an image in which they tried to portray the real-life version of Rowlet. Rowlet is a Flying/Grass-type Pokemon that was first introduced alongside Popplio and Litten as the Alola region’s three starter Pokemon. He also featured alongside Oshawott and Cyndaquil as a starter in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Rowlet’s appearance is inspired by an owl; on his chest he has two leaves resembling a bow tie.

While the original poster captured plenty of fine detail on Rowlet, their version’s plumage is mostly green and lacks the famous bow tie. The original post garnered positive reactions from fans and garnered over 600 upvotes in a single day. Pokemon Reddit fans took to the comments section to praise the original poster’s artistic skills and answer their questions about this real-life version of Rowlet. “It looks really realistic! Great job!” one user commented.

One fan also amusingly pointed out that the original version of Rowlet’s poster looked like the real-life version of a Beanie Boo, while another claimed that this Rowlet seemed to be looking straight into their souls. The original poster also shared her Instagram account in the comments section and informed that she regularly posts Pokemon edits there.

More artworks are expected to flood the internet Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the first installments of the 9th generation of Pokemon game series, are nearing their release date. Lots of fan art featuring the new Pocket Monsters from Pokemon scarlet and purple have already been shared by fans. Recently, a fan shared an artwork featuring Koraidon, in which they removed his wheel.

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