Artist Tamtamdi Anthropomorphizes Popular Pokémon Monsters

By: Misel Saban - Sep 7, 2016
References: tamtamdi.deviantart & thisiscolossal
Tamtamdi is a talented artist and creative hailing from South Korea that has reimagined several popular Pokémon characters as humans. The designs showcase the creatures as anthropomorphic, giving the traits and powers of the characters to a human equivalent. The designs are all drawn by hand and feature a distinctive anime styling that is carried throughout.

The illustrations creatively transition characteristics seen on the animal-based characters to the human form by retaining the same styling, attributes and aesthetic traits that are simply tweaked to a different body form. The designs showcase creatures such as the Goldeen seen as a majestic horned princess with fluid, long red hair and a silver dress that mirrors the fish's scales. In contrast, Muk's muddy appearance is reinterpreted as a purple veiled gown on a mysterious sitting figurine.