2 cm tall Pokemon figures painted and posed in their “natural” environments.
As I discuss here, I recently ordered some small pokemon figurines on ebay with this series in mind. They didn’t arrive quite in the quality I expected so I’ve been working on repainting all the usable ones. Below are the first 10 miniature diorama photographs I’ve completed with these guys and a bit of info on how I created each scene.
Zebstrika against an acrylic painted sky.
Togepi with a group of matching polymer clay eggs.
Sebleye in a mystic environment made of cellophane.
Registeel in a metallic factory of sorts made of cardboard.
Regigigas becoming one with the forest (model scenery trees).
Psyduck and friends (dollhouse scale ducks) by the lake (cellophane and paper).
Hitmonlee in the desert (paper and model scenery yellow grass).
Gyrados after a child (cellophane, reflective scrapbook paper and n scale child).
Charmander and fire (cellophane with a dollhouse wooden floor as a slightly reflective surface).
Beartic on ice (3d designed & printed ice, 3d printed mountain – painted with enamel paint).
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