September 13, 2023

A Pokemon fan draws a fantastic picture of each Gen 3 Pokemon


A highly devoted and gifted artist wanted to sketch each and every third-generation Pokemon as a way of expressing their love for the series.

The stunning image not only features every Gen 3 Pokemon, but it also arranges them according to their color, creating an eye-catching rainbow-like spectrum that has gone viral online among aficionados.


With the release of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, the third generation of Pokemon was first made available to western audiences.

FireRed and LeafGreen, as well as the well like spin offs Colosseum and Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness, were later add to Gen 3, which some people have referre to as a “reset” of the series. Fans have expressed a desire to see these games re-released on more recent hardware.

Reddit user PaulDrawsArt shared their colorful collage of Gen 3 Pokemon to one of the site’s pages, and it is an astounding collection of Pokemon. The great drawing starts at the bottom with like Dustox and Sableye that are purple and pink in hue before going up to blue.

It is arguably the largest area, with players like Mudkip and Metagross occupying much of the space, as well as Wailmer and Wailord. Sceptile and fan favorite Flygon feature in the upper green/yellow part, and Legendaries Groudon, Deoxys, Rayquaza, and Kyogre found in the upper orange/red portion.

The artwork is skillfully plann and produced, and it is obvious that other Pokemon enthusiasts like it because the post quickly racked up nearly 300 upvotes. The work has received widespread praise from fans, with comments like “this is soo pleasing to look at” filling the comments area.

The artwork is reminiscent of the efforts of another Pokemon enthusiast, who produced a complete color wheel. All Pokemon from Generations 1 through 5 are arrange in a circle using complementary colors in this fan painting.

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