Fan Art

Gross Garbage

Forgot what this did, but the imagery I got out of it matched the character all too well.

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Jiggling Balloon

This scrapped item protected against Normal type attacks. I assume it worked something like this. The name is quite funny, though, but I already used my breasts joke on Ice Bikini.

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Ice Bikini

An early beta for Pokemon Gold and Silver has been found, and in it was a bunch of Pokemon that never got used and no one cares about. The real magic was in the items! The cream of the crop was Ice Bikini, an item that nonsensically protects you from ice attacks. Yes, because that's generally what a bikini does.

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Thicc Mama's Third Child

Oni already shows the Schneider-side freckles compared to her older sisters, where you'd have to get up in their face to notice. Here, though, she'd have a lot more of them showing, with the usual pattern standing out moreso.

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Thicc Mama's Second Child

Same goes for Didi.

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Thicc Mama's First Child

If Nidorina looked much more genetically similar to her parents, she'd probably look a lot like this.

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Yo-Yo Kids

Copy abilities probably look like a lot of fun to these Popstar immigrants, and it's only natural that the kids would want to mimic some of the cool moves they see Kirby do. Yo-Yo is one that suits them well.

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Time for Sun

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The Family Throw Rug

Didi probably spends more time on the floor than the carpet does.

The process for making this picture was slightly different than "The Outer Shell of a Cute Chick", and there was a point where even the WIP could have made a passable piece of finished art, so I included it. View post to see the WIP version, too.

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The Outer Shell of a Cute Chick

She might be cute on the outside, but don't ever forget that the chewy center within is a special Schneider blend of goofball made of 100% all natural dorky humor, spiced with plenty o' practical jokes and cheeky contrarianism, mixed with liberal amounts of levity for taste.

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