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And here comes Kakuna

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:
"Insectus sadista's second stage, Kakuna, is just as venomous as Weedle. Therefore, touching the tip of its lower body is strictly prohibited. Kakunas are known for their generally creepy appearances and for suddenly dropping from trees. They are, of course, connected to tree branches by a strong silk thread, so they can pull themselves up once they fall. Kakunas may fall voluntarily to sting an unsuspecting meal for Weedles and Beedrill, but that's not their primary hunting strategy. Groups of Weedle will strategically evolve on trees, taking positions that would encompass a wide enough area. Once a Pidgey or some other Pokemon enters the area, which is often round so that Beedrills can swarm in from all sides, the Kakunas will drop down and scare the target. The Beedrill will then spring into action and kill their prey. This hunting strategy was what killed famous samurai Keiji Akamatsu, an ancient ancestor of the Oak family known for slaying a rabid Charizard on the top of Mt. Moon. Kakunas will drop down involuntarily if a loud noise is heard or if enough force is used. Todd Snap, a famous photographer from Kanto, learned this the hard way when an Electrode exploded in a cave. According to him, seeing a Kakuna was a really startling experience, as it was right in front of his face when it happened to drop down."
Pokedex entries thanks to trainer NeonBlobfish


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

Pokemon Kanto Pokedex (13/151) by Lo0bo0

Check out Kakuna pre evolution, Weedle, here:

pokemon project 013 Weedle byLo0bo0 by Lo0bo0
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JarrettOnions Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2017  Professional General Artist
Your glows and materials on these pokemon are amazing! I love the all!
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mandy187 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2016
wow perfect
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NeonBlobfish Featured By Owner Edited Feb 23, 2016
Insectus sadista's second stage, Kakuna, is just as venomous as Weedle. Therefore, touching the tip of its lower body is strictly prohibited. Kakunas are known for their generally creepy appearances and for suddenly dropping from trees. They are, of course, connected to tree branches by a strong silk thread, so they can pull themselves up once they fall. Kakunas may fall voluntarily to sting an unsuspecting meal for Weedles and Beedrill, but that's not their primary hunting strategy. Groups of Weedle will strategically evolve on trees, taking positions that would encompass a wide enough area. Once a Pidgey or some other Pokemon enters the area, which is often round so that Beedrills can swarm in from all sides, the Kakunas will drop down and scare the target. The Beedrill will then spring into action and kill their prey. This hunting strategy was what killed famous samurai Keiji Akamatsu, an ancient ancestor of the Oak family known for slaying a rabid Charizard on the top of Mt. Moon. Kakunas will drop down involuntarily if a loud noise is heard or if enough force is used. Todd Snap, a famous photographer from Kanto, learned this the hard way when an Electrode exploded in a cave. According to him, seeing a Kakuna was a really startling experience, as it was right in front of his face when it happened to drop down.
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Lo0bo0 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you Neon :D
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NeonBlobfish Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2016
You're very welcome, amigo.
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TrueError Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
He looks tasty.
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