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Before we get into the Pokemon I made to take a minute to give a shout out to four amazing artists. Each of these people have designed a bunch of really amazing paper Pokemon.
Kakami Hitoshi is the first Pokemon designer I ever saw. Plus he has lots of other animals and especially origami fish.
Henry Pham runs a fantastic YouTube channel with lots of video instructions for folding Pokemon. Generation 1 is arguably the best generation when it comes to Pokemon designs.
This is also reflected with the number of different origami designs there are. Tadashi Mori definitely has my favourite Charizard design.
Henry Pham has designed each of the original starter Pokemon. Kakami Hitoshi designed this fantastic Pidgey. The paper used to fold this male Nidoran is the perfect colour.
Lee Bo-Yeon designed this great little Jigglypuff. The colour change on the eyes is a nice touch. This Geodude design is absolutely fantastic! Next is the evolved form Slowbro.
The twist pattern on the shell is really nice, especially if you use white and pink paper so you get the mixed colours. There are a few different Gengar designs but in the end I had to go with this one by Paper Ph2.
This Staryu and Starmie that Kakami Hitoshi designed are really just modular origami kusudamas. When you use exactly the right coloured paper though you end up with these great Pokemon.
There are a couple of really great Gyarados designs out there. Henry Pham has a really good one but for this post I had to go with this fantastic design by Kakami Hitoshi.
I love how the shell on the back is a different colour. As mentioned at the start of this post, when it comes to Eeveelutions Henry Pham has some of the best designs.
They look really great too, especially the Vaporeon. The hardest one I found was the Jolteon. The one I folded looked terrible but I think I just need more practice.
Diagrams available for free from Origami-Shop. Our of all the multiple Mewtwo designs the one by Kakami Hitoshi is the best.
Generation 2 was probably my favourite generation. Generation 2 also introduced Espeon which is probably my all-time favourite Pokemon and Umbreon, another one of my favourites.
There are a lot of great origami Pokemon from Generation 2 as well. If you thought the previous Eeveelution designs by Henry Pham were great wait until you take a look at his Espeon and Umbreon designs!
It is a difficult project and not suited for beginners. This is a large doll. This would be quick to do since it is made of just 1 color.
It looks wonderful and the Suncatcher eyes breathe life into the plush. The pink yarn would make it a favorite with baby girls. In the above-linked article, you can find the crochet pattern in both French and English.
Just click on the appropriate links. However, the author has made a slight modification in the pattern for the cheeks, body and head. Pikachu, the short, chubby rodent with ears tipped with black and yellow fur has been depicted beautifully in this pattern.
Avid gamers would love to have this as a gift. Talk about making the virtual world real with this craft. It is cuddly and the creature seems to talk with its lovely eyes.
The optional puff stitches for the toes and fingers add to the looks. This awesome crocheted Squirtle is worth giving a try.
It is the size of an egg. It is a tiny stuffed toy that would be an instant hit with the children. You can use black yarn to embroider the mouth onto the head.
The tip of the tail is made fuzzy by taking a pet brush and brushing the end of the tail to give the desired appearance. Before this, you can take red and yellow scraps of yarn and alternate them to create the tail.
Ponyta is cute, fast and fiery. Did you ever imagine you could touch one with your very hands without getting burned? Well, here's your chance!
However, with a bit of patience, you can have your very own water dragon thanks to this tutorial. No Magikarps required! Fret not my red and blue friends: Team Valor's Moltres can be found here , and Team Mystic members can make Articuno by clicking here.