Pokémon Coloring Books Make for Terrifying Doodles

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You'd think that if a talented artist got ahold of Pokémon coloring books, the result would undoubtedly be beautiful pictures. You, then, would be wrong.

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Twitter user Saru recently showed off some drawings he did in Pokémon coloring books. So, here is the original page:

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And after Saru got ahold of it.

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[Photos: Saru]

The fuck. It's like they're totally whacked out of their minds.

Here's another clean coloring book page:

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Post-Saru:

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[Photos: Saru]

If these drawings depicted a game, it would be Pokémon Black and White and On Drugs.

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Top photo: Moeboku

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DISCUSSION

dreamlandking
King Dedede

Mr. Ashcraft,

my definition of 'terrifying' is not the same as yours.

I was expecting something closer to Rule 34. These ones look funny (especially the drunken Pikachu) and the shading is perfect.