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And here comes Ivysaur, extra points for every comment saying which move is Ivysaur using ;)

This is my realistic pokemon project, where I plann to do every pokemon 721+ plus special editions pokemon featured on the anime. Here I intend to show pokemon as realistic and can be without losing their cuteness and pokemon aspect, I hope you like it and enjoy it, remember to leave a comment or fav the pokemon, it counts to achieve evolutions and special perks ;) (Wink).

Pokedex entry:
"Stage two of the Florus florus, Ivysaur, is known for two distinguishing features: the flower on its back, and the leaves that surround it. The flower is useful in hunting Butterfree, as the smell attracts them and leaves them vulnerable to a pollen-like venom that spurts out of it. Butterfree often act as an Ivysaur's primary source of protein despite the type disadvantages, though they do eat other Pokemon, too. Unlike a Bulbasaur, which eats meat almost entirely, Ivysaurs can now begin feasting on fruits and vegetables due to their stronger stomachs. While Bulbasaurs make terrible parents, female Ivysaurs make great ones, often protecting their young to the bitter end. For this reason, Ivysaurs were symbols of maternal instinct and love during the Edo Period. Ivysaur will often have one child at a time, and will cradle the child if it is scared or sad through the use of vines. Male Ivysaurs, however, are very aggressive protectors in general, often given the task of patroling nesting grounds in case an Ekans or some other predator appears. They are also in charge of finding and storing food for the winter so that their families may survive."
Pokedex entries thanks to trainer NeonBlobfish

Also be sure to support me on Patreon or subscribe to my youtube channel to watch the video process of Ivysaur

Watch every pokemon from the project here:lo0bo0.deviantart.com/gallery/…

Pokemon Kanto Pokedex (11/151) by Lo0bo0

Check out Ivysaur pre evolution, Bulbasaur, here:
pokemon project 001 Bulbasaur byLo0bo0 by Lo0bo0
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:icongoosetooth:
goosetooth Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
omg plz make a tutorial on how you make your art so amazing
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:iconlo0bo0:
Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you very much, If you are interested in any in particular I might be able to do a little tutorial :)
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:icongoosetooth:
goosetooth Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
maybe your process how you color and shade and detail things so well thanks so much!
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:iconlo0bo0:
Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
ok, I´ll do one in the following days :), in the meantime, you can watch some speedpainting on my youtube channel, it will give you a clearer idea of my process :)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR5Vc5…
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:icongoosetooth:
goosetooth Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
cool thanks!
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Chiaticle Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Evolved Garlicsaur! So cute! :heart:
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:icon321retrogamer:
321RetroGamer Featured By Owner May 12, 2016
A cool thing I find about this pic is that Ivysaur is a bit more reptilian than its pre-evolution. Nice detail!
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:iconlo0bo0:
Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner May 12, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Its the process of evolution XD
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:iconammona2011:
ammona2011 Featured By Owner May 6, 2016
fantastic,wow.
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:iconzite90:
Zite90 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2016
I hope you finish. These are amazing! I would ask you to draw more but if you do great, if not, oh well
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:iconlo0bo0:
Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :D I know I haven´t been posting recently but, the project is still alive ;) so more pokemon to come
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:iconzite90:
Zite90 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016
Great! Please don't make venasaur look lame ;)
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:icondracophobos:
DracoPhobos Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2016  Student Filmographer
AAA THIS NEED MORE FAVES AND LOV
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NeonBlobfish Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016
Stage two of the Florus florus, Ivysaur, is known for two distinguishing features: the flower on its back, and the leaves that surround it. The flower is useful in hunting Butterfree, as the smell attracts them and leaves them vulnerable to a pollen-like venom that spurts out of it. Butterfree often act as an Ivysaur's primary source of protein despite the type disadvantages, though they do eat other Pokemon, too. Unlike a Bulbasaur, which eats meat almost entirely, Ivysaurs can now begin feasting on fruits and vegetables due to their stronger stomachs. While Bulbasaurs make terrible parents, female Ivysaurs make great ones, often protecting their young to the bitter end. For this reason, Ivysaurs were symbols of maternal instinct and love during the Edo Period. Ivysaur will often have one child at a time, and will cradle the child if it is scared or sad through the use of vines. Male Ivysaurs, however, are very aggressive protectors in general, often given the task of patroling nesting grounds in case an Ekans or some other predator appears. They are also in charge of finding and storing food for the winter so that their families may survive.
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NaomiNerd Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Glad to see a greater artist thinks Ivysaur looks a bit toad-like, too. X3

...And just as I was typing, 'toad-like', I heard the croaking of a frog plush in the other room. Probably my cat, but dang, that timing. XD

Keep up the amazing work! ^w^
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Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you :D, your cat must love Ivysaur :D
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PurpleIllusion2341 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
This is amazing.

(It's using razor leaf.)
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Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Ding ding ding, first comment and you are right :D
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