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Submitted by Hoffmann 1121d ago | article

Some of the most beautiful Chespin Fennekin and Froakie artworks

Fennekin, Chespin and Froakie are the recently revealed starter Pokemon of the upcoming Pokemon X and Y games for the 3DS which gets released in October.

In this article on Game Art HQ, a site about gamers which draw fan art about video games and their characters, some of the most beautiful and detailed looking artworks about these three Pokemon are featured and described with the knowledge and written permission by the artists. (3DS, Culture, Pokemon X and Y)

iweiooisdhf   1121d ago | Spam
3-4-5  +   1120d ago
I've seen so many awesome pictures simply inspired by the announcement of a new pokemon game.

That is a dedicated and caring fanbase.
Hoffmann  +   1116d ago
yup, its pretty amazing how many fan art was created for the new pokemon characters

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