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.
Will any of them follow through? I'm sure Pikachu, Lisa and Sentret will, and Tuff is just looney enough to go through with hers, too.
As opposed to the usual Halmarky Mother’s Day fan art, I decided to go with an abridged story of how Nidorino and Nidorina’s family grew from the beginning of Poke Tales to the end of Poke Legends. It’s sort of spoilery, but at this time, it no longer matters. It also glosses over a lot of information, such as where Eevee came from and why he went into hiding, or why Nidorina instantly bonded with Totodile, but it does the job. If nothing else, the story of Nina, the final child, is accurate.