- 2:02 pm - Thu, Mar 21, 2013
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For the month of March I’m exploiting my Pokemon illiteracy to create a host of humorous little sketches of what I think certain Pokemon look like based on a description of them given to me.
For the time being I call it the “I Dunno-kemon Challenge.”
Day 11: Dunsparce!
“Dunsparce are pale yellow, serpentine with two small, white-colored wings that are capable of lifting them a few inches off the ground. They also possess a drill on the end of their tail, which resembles a rattlesnake’s rattle, and is used for digging. Besides their main pale yellow coloration, they have accentuations of blue, such as the ring patterning encircling their eyes, the thick stripes on the pattern on their back, and their underside. They also have beige accentuations, such as their eyelids and back. Dunsparce’s eyes seem perpetually closed and goggle-like in appearance, and there are pointed prongs on the underside of their chin.”
Day 12: Dusknoir!
“Dusknoir’s body is mostly black, with two almond shaped eye-like markings and a yellow horizontal zigzag line on his torso which can open like a mouth (creating the illusion of a face) and fire powerful attacks. Dusknoir now has fully developed arms. Two yellow bands are near its black wrists and its gray hands are similar to Dusclops’s. Dusknoir has a gray, cylinder-shaped head with another yellow band near the top and a single black glaring eye with a yellow iris and a red pupil. The tattered fringes of Dusknoir’s lapels converge into a shawl collar on its upper chest. Dusknoir has a ghostly tail rather than feet, reminiscent of a genie, or a stylized ‘cartoonish’ depiction of a ghost. Dusknoir has a yellow antenna on top of its head in which allows it to receive transmissions from the spirit world, which tell it to bring people there.”