Unless your heart is made of stone, you’ll fall in love with these adorable LEGO Pokemon and their trainer by Carson Hart. I think that’s Blastoise, Venusaur, Charizard, Ash, and Snorlax. How evolved!
LEGO Pokemon models on The Brothers Brick
Mike Nieves (retinence) have made several Pokemon creations with his elegant Bionicle/System style. His most recent build of Scizor is one of my favorites. Whoever commissioned it is one lucky customer.
Skeletons are notoriously difficult to sculpt with Lego, due to their fragile, spindly nature, but Mike Nieves (aka retinence) has done a superb job with this imagining of a Pokemon Magikarp. His Gyarados is no less excellent, though, translating the serpentine body into Lego fantastically.
Chris McVeigh (powerpig) has posted instructions to build a Pokéball. Maybe it’ll catch a Lego Pokémon.
I know nearly nothing about Pokemon but luckily knowledge is unnecessary to enjoy Mike Nieves’ (retinence) Magikarp. Amazing organic design.
Joris Blok (joris.blok) recreated his house in The Netherlands. I’ve seen some nice brickwork, but Joris’s LEGO brick wall is outstanding. While we’re at it, here are some of Joris’s very cool LEGO Pokemon, Oddish and Magnemite. Oh, what the heck — here’s Joris’s Nintendo DS, too.