Creative Pokemon fans can create 3D artwork models using Bike Chains with their favorite Pokemon.
- A Pokemon fan has demonstrated his creativity and talent by using bicycle chains to create amazing artwork featuring iconic Pokemon.
- On Reddit, he shared 20 Pokemon artworks made from bicycle chains and impressed other fans with their perfection and striking graphics.
- While he doesn’t create every Pokemon, he has shown dedication and ingenuity by using unconventional materials such as an elliptical machine to create Alakazam.
Creative Pokemon fans share a range of artistic recreations of iconic Pokemon made from bicycle chains. This unique medium sets them apart from other types of Pokemon fan art, such as paper Pokemon characters.
Pokemon fans love to draw or recreate their favorite Pokemon and, with over 1,000 examples in existence, artists have plenty of inspiration. While many artists draw by moving a pen around on paper or a tablet, many are focusing on 3D versions of fan art, creating Pokemon in metal, wood, ceramics, or 3D printing them.
One such artist is PokeWelder-Zach, who shared a series of Pokemon on bicycle chains with Reddit users. PokeWelder-Zach shared 20 of his creations, but this is only a small part of what he did, as the site limits the number of images that can be uploaded. He shared Alolan Ninetails, Balfix, Spear, Smeargle, Swablue, Hootenanny, Griger, Noibato, Zebat, Ninjask, Coping, Sunslash, Kyogre, Metagross, Dratini’s Evolutionary Tree and Snowlax.
Some of the designs are more abstract than others due to the intricate shapes and the limited nature of using a bicycle chain as a medium, but most are easily recognizable. Other Pokemon fans shared the opinion that the artwork was very impressive because it was done in a very unusual way. Others wanted to know more about the other Pokemon that PokeWelder-Zach had created, and one of them asked about Ditto, to which the artist shared a photo of it, noting that he had created it. The artist also said that he had created three different versions of Metagross in different sizes, with the smallest version being his current favorite.
While Pockewelder-Jack hasn’t said he intends to make every Pokemon like other fan artists, it’s clear that the series has inspired them a lot; their website states that they’ve already recreated Pokemon with other odd objects, including making an Alakazam out of an elliptical gymnastics machine. The artists have documented their constructions, showing how much work and ingenuity it takes. It will be interesting to see how many Pokemon the fan will create in the future, and if he chooses other unusual methods.
As Pokemon leaders want the Pokemon series to last for hundreds of years, new designs will continually emerge to inspire existing and new fans. Time will tell what engaging methods and means fans will choose to engage with their favorite Pokemon.