Pokemon Fan Makes Unique Bulbasaur Art That Makes It Look Like A Cinnamon Roll

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A Pokemon fan has made some unique fan art featuring Bulbasaur that makes it look like a cinnamon roll. The art comes at an at once for the series is developing, as the main installments of the ninth Gen of Pokemon games, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, are set to be released in November. As the games are nearing their release, fans are flooding the web with art pieces based on them. The greater part of the new fan art shared is based around recently presented Pokemon of Scarlet and Violet, like the fan art featuring Cyclizar, however this Bulbasaur piece is extra memorable.

In excess of 900 different pocket beasts have been presented since the Pokemon games were first released in 1996, yet the original 151 Pokemon of Gen 1 have a loyal fan base. These fans have been involving these pocket beasts for over two decades, and one even came up with logical names for the original 151 Pokemon. Out of these 151 Pokemon, Bulbasaur has become quite popular among the Pokemon community because of his charming appearance and its association with Ash, the protagonist of the Pokemon anime.





Reddit client GummiPeet has shared an art piece featuring a Bulbasaur that looks like a cinnamon bun. The original banner's creation featuring the adorable cinnamon roll-themed Bulbasaur has been cherished by the Pokemon community. The original post has managed to gain more than 2,000 upvotes and several remarks in under seven days. The remarks area is loaded up with remarks admiring the abilities of the original banner.

GummiPeet's Bulbasaur is primarily Brown in variety, contrary to the original's green. The plant bulb on the back of Bulbasaur has been replaced by a cinnamon bun which is finished off with cream cheddar icing, and a part of Bulbasaur's head is also shrouded in cream cheddar icing. While this piece is an exceptional, fan art featuring Bulbasaur isn't rare, as Bulbasaur has been around starting from the beginning of the series. A portion of these get quite popular, like the art piece portraying Rock/Fire-Type Variants of Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur.

For the people who don't have any idea, Bulbasaur is a Grass/Toxic substance type quadrupedal Pokemon presented in Gen 1 of the game series. It is one of the three starter Pokemon of the Kanto district, along with Squirtle and Charmander. It advances into Ivysaur, and its final development is Venusaur. Out of the 14 Grass-type Pokemon of Pokemon Gen 1, all Bulbasaur advancements are considered among the best Grass-type Pokemon of Generation 1. Fans love to feature Bulbasaur in their Pokemon art pieces, and this one is the same.
 
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