Minecraft How To's: Pokemon Sprites/Pixel Art

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About: I'm just a female human being that goes insane over fantasy series, including Lord of the Rings, Narnia, Allon, and my own books, which are currently being written. My writing and drawing skills have improve...

Heyo, and welome to these how to's on pokemon sprites! Right now the only sprites I've made are Gardevoir, Bulbasaur, mini Lucario, mini Mew and Pikachu. However, I will be updating as I make more, so, let's get started!

( This is not a photo gallery, these are instructions with patterns.)

Step 1: Gardevoir

To start, you will need black, grey, white, lime, green and red wool blocks. I'm not listing the amounts because I know the majority, or all who are going to make any of these will do it in creative mode. Here's the pixel pattern for it. I suggest doing it row by row of pixels, but you can do it however your preferences are.

Step 2: Bulbasaur

For Bulbasaur, you will need light blue, cyan, black, lime, green, white and red wool blocks.

Step 3: Pikachu

For Pikachu, you will need brown, black, red, white and yellow wool blocks. If you wanted to do a female pikachu, you could use this pattern at the end of the tail.

Step 4: Mini Lucario

For Mini Lucario, you will need black, blue, red, yellow, white and grey wool blocks.

Step 5: Mini Mew

Lastly, for mini Mew you will need pink, magenta, blue, light blue, black and white wool blocks.

Step 6: That's All for Now, Folks!

I hope you enjoyed this and I hope this gives you some inspiration of your own. These aren't original, but this is to help you make some pixel art of your own! Bye and a huge thanks to the voters who voted for me!!!!!!!

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Awesome job! I realy love the Mew sprite you've made!

Nice! They look adorable, and they are very similar to the real Pokemon sprite.