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Geodude Anatomy- Pokedex Entry

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Graveler Anatomy- Pokedex Entry by Christopher-Stoll

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I really love what you do with these Pokémon.
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And why did it say Pokemon like th
LysanderxX's avatar
I always figured they were rocks
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EdgeHogXHobbyist Traditional Artist
I think they're taking the concept of like if a creature eats rocks or metals it extrudes through the bones and flesh to become like armour for the fleshys oft muscle underneath, as Geodudes and rock pokemon if you notice all have pink tongues, so they would be soft on the inside and hard on the outside, kinda like the exoskeleton of insects and arachnids
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This image is quite different of yours: the poor (and dead) Geodude' inside aren't muscle but crystals and I want you have a look about that art. BTW I love your work!
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EmmetEarwaxHobbyist Writer
A torso fragment of a bog man in Denmark looks a bit like this. Arms and upper torso of a corpse dead for 1800+ years.  Bog bodies have been at first mistaken for recent murders. Decay proceeds in unusual ways. (brain intact,but bones gone.., etc.) 
Pyne56's avatar
Thanks for doing art related to one my all time favourite pokemon!
gavrevil's avatar
awesome, i like rock pokemons (onix especially)
can you do some ghost pokemons too, i'm curious if you'll explain in the scientific way or the supernatural one
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EmmetEarwaxHobbyist Writer
One even looked like an old woman and sold junk to Ash & his crew.
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EmmetEarwaxHobbyist Writer
With those hands, they could be rather intelligent.
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chaoswolf1982Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting.  The only bit you overlooked that I was curious about is how they (at least in the anime) are able to seemingly hover just above the ground, moving without touching it.
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austin123456789Hobbyist Writer
i think that was just done so they didnt have to animate it walking on its hands
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chaoswolf1982Hobbyist General Artist
hadn't considered that.
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Shadow-DJHobbyist Writer
So...how does Evolution work with these? ;;
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Christopher-StollProfessional Digital Artist
PokeNatomy- Geodude Evolution by Christopher-Stoll
Like this...
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Shadow-DJHobbyist Writer
well damn. You are good XD Did you do that in case anyone asked?
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Christopher-StollProfessional Digital Artist
The art? Yes.
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