I bought these back when I visited the Pokemon Center in New York the first time, as evidenced by the copyright date. It only now occurred to me that I should scan it. I regret not buying the mug or other pieces that had Nidoqueen on them. I know I was a Nido fan back then based off of the fact that I remember I was doing Poppistar Universe and Poke Legends around that time (it's sad that the only way I can recall when I liked a Pokemon was how I utilized it). But I was a kid with no money back then, too. Nidoqueen is playing a cute role, sure, but I get more nostalgic just looking at this overall than anything. I guess in my case, it carries a memory for me. Back when the Pokemon Center was good (or existed as the Pokemon Center at all), and I could still (care to) keep track of the amount of Pokemon. :P
Another item that never showed its face in Pokemon Gold and Silver. This one would restore 1HP for every step taken.
Having been on a Gumball binge, I grew really fond of it’s cute-as-a-button intro sequence, so I figured I should draw everyone’s favorite Nido mama and her two “sons” referencing this part.
I’d totally watch this show.
I'm pretty pleased with how this turned out, specially the lineart. I wish I had more than 15 colors though :/
Someone's insecure about swimming...
The denizens of the Poke Forest are a close bunch. They all know Nidorina can't sing, but they all encourage her anyway. Such a wonderful group of friends! Well, her kids just want to die, but you know how it is. As long as you're having a good time. The song I was thinking of when drawing this was Addictive Love by Bebe and Cece Winans (it's an old early 90's song), despite neither character sounding like them. I also like drawing exaggerated pics, but you knew this.
Nidorino's full family, regardless of extension, by the end of Poke Legends. Pictured is (clockwise from the top): Needles, Nidorino, Totodile, Chicolita, Diana, Eevee, Nina, and Nidorina. Nidorina would love more kids, but Nidorino refuses until the youngest is at least five, and they have gone up a peg in social economic status. It's a family of love, though, which is probably the whole underlying theme of Nidorino and Nidorina's segments in Poke Tales and Legends; Love and family.
More motherly imagery of Nidorina and her adopted son, Totodile.
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