The top 300 cards from 2022’s Pokemon TCG Illustration Contest have officially been revealed! As we hold our bated breath to see this year’s finalists, Ludkins Media will take a look and highlight our top five favourite artworks for each Pokemon category. In this next article, we’re going to take a look at one of Kanto’s most popular starters, Bulbasaur.
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Disclaimer: These five artworks are in no particular order. Due to the nature of an artwork contest, the selections are subjective. Let us know your favourite Bulbasaur from the shortlist in the comments section of wherever you’re reading this article.
Julie Hang’s Bulbasaur screams fun. A playful artwork focused on showing Bulbasaur using vine whip to play in the trees, swinging alongside its friends. This Bulbasaur art is fun, cute, vibrant, and everything you could ask for in an image capturing the starter Pokemon’s playful nature.
Akin to Latios & Latias GX Alternate Art, Porosuke’s loving image of two Bulbasaurs sharing a romantic moment on a beautiful beach is a gorgeous snapshot into Bulbasaur’s natural habitat. The sunset colour palette alongside the soft brush strokes makes for a card that would fit perfectly into any Pokemon TCG set.
What more natural a habitat than a shower? In this hilarious artwork, ayo has created a playful Bulbasaur entry for the Pokemon TCG Illustration Contest 2022. With Oddish, Bellsprout, and Hoppip waiting for their turn to soak up some nutrition the art is a playful reminder of plant Pokemon and a really cute addition to this list.
The next two entries into this top 5 Bulbasaurs from Pokemon TCG Illustration Contest 2022 are similar in capturing the Bulbasaur’s peaceful sanctuary. This particular Bulbasaur artwork shows sunlight reaching through the trees giving an epic insight into Bulbasaur’s natural habitat.
If you’ve been following our previous lists, we love a watercolour Pokemon card and this entry by Akashi Shiraishi is no different. Two Bulbasaur are seen chilling in a pond, the artwork would fit in perfectly as a painting on a wall and emphasises the artistic aspect of Pokemon TCG art design.
We want to know your favourite Bulbasaur artwork from the Pokemon Illustration Contest 2022 shortlisted candidates. Stay tuned for more top 5’s from the stellar 300 entries remaining. Who will win the whole thing?
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