Going into Pokemon: Detective Pikachu this past weekend, there was a lot of anticipation as to how the first live-action entry in the Pokemon canon was going to pull off what seemed impossible. Indeed, there was one job that this film had to do, and it needed to get it done properly. That task was to create a world where people and Pokemon could live together in a way that was believable on film.
If there was any component that this world would need to build the rest of its strategy upon, it'd be The fact that if you don't have Pokemon that look comparatively believable in a world full of flesh and blood humans, your movie's not going to make it very far.
Lucky for director Rob Letterman and the rest of the folks involved in Pokemon: Detective Pikachu, the actual creatures that populate this film's universe are absolutely stunning. In particular, the look of Detective Pikachu himself, with very wavy and texture fur covering every inch of His person, is a firm example of how getting the design of a Pokemon is so crucial to correctly conveying the entire enterprise this film represents.
Pokemon have been translated perfectly to live action.
So I decided to make a necklace to commemorate it.A Detective Pikachu necklace
First of all,draws a sketch.
A laughing pikachu.
Then draw the Computer graphics.
It looks so cute.Send it to our product department and wait for the finished product.A Detective Pikachu necklace