It's the number 400! Yeeeaaahhh! 400 drawings! Lots of nothing to do in form of pictures (and most of them, pokémon pictures!)! To give credits, I'd never get this far If wasn't this club in which I've learned all about the fabulous world of pokémon gijinka!
In the drawing, many pokémon gijinka I've done before: Lumineon, Shuckle, Suicune, Floatzel, Buizel, Wartortle, Sealeo, Magikarp and the infamous Surfing Pikachu! It was supposed to have even more, but well, I think It's big enough already! =/
Not used to cram too many characters in a drawing! ^^ Hope you all can enjoy anyway!
My entry for my own club's contest. XD I'm not judging it, and the prize goes to the second place winner if I win, so it's... uh... valid. I guess...?
The theme for the contest (which ends 12/31) is "Pokemon gijinka holiday dress-up". Basically you take a Pokemon, make a gijinka (human form) out of it, and dress it up in holiday clothing. For instance, this entry is a Buneary gijinka dressed in Christmas clothing. You could also have a gijinka dressed in Thanksgiving, Halloween or even Hanukkah costumes - it doesn't matter! As long as it's a winter holiday, it counts. Just make sure you send me a reference if you dress your gijinka in the costume of some holiday that I might not know the costume of.
I started the lineart and sketch for this a while ago, but I didn't get around to coloring it until now.
Yes, this is a Gardevoir gijinka, and those ginkgo leaves (yes, they are supposed to be ginkgo leaves) refer to the ones in episode 386, when Max saves a Ralts. At the end, there's a scene with Max hugging the Ralts and promising it that he'll make it his first Pokemon. That's when ginkgo leaves blow all over the place. XD It's called "Do I Hear a Ralts?" in the English dub. (Damn the English dub.) I watched it in Japanese and thought it was so damn cute! XD