I’m gonna be starting a new section on my blog that I’m calling the ‘Pokémon Drawing Challenge’, where I’m gonna try and draw as many of the 800+ Pokémon discovered so far as I can!! It’s gonna be fun (and long) adventure!!!! 😊✍🏻🎨🙌🏻
I’ve started it of with the original Kanto squad, in all their glorious splendour!!! 😎🍃🔥💦
(Featuring: #1 Bulbasaur, #2 Ivysaur, #3 Venusaur, #4 Charmander, #5 Charmeleon, #6 Charizard, #7 Squirtle, #8 Wartortle and #9 Blastoise)
I have really loved making and recording all of my Pokémon videos.
I would say that I’ve had four main ‘seasons’: my let’s play of Red, my (unsuccessful) ‘evolocke’ of Crystal, my (successful) ‘nuzlocke’ of Ruby, and my short-but-sweet playthrough of Sun (with little bits of Mario, Metroid, Battlefront and Contra intermingled in between!) I think somewhere in the middle of playing Crystal I reached the peak of my YouTubbing proficiency, regularly uploading three episodes a week, and really enjoying every episode I recorded.
However, what I loved maybe even more than playing the actual game was crafting this weird, crazy backstory behind all my videos. It all started with me doing a Marvel-post-credit-esque scene after I ‘died’ in my Crystal evolocke (all of my Pokémon fainted in heart-breaking fashion as I battled the the Elite Four – “Hard times!”) In the clip I was confronted by a mysterious character, who offered me a chance at Pokémon-playing “redemption”.
Over time these extra scenes escalated further and further, and eventually I ended up recording the above video, affectionately and pretentiously named: ‘To Catch A Jigglypuff”. There are deaths, wild animals, a lightsaber battle, secret maps, pop-culture references, and all sorts of other craziness. Out of all the videos I’ve made so far in my life it’s my favourite, and the one I’m most proud of.
Hope you enjoy it! (:
(Ps: the Pokémon Platinum Egglocke will happen… maybe…….. someday…)