Okay, so the last time around we wrote about this artist who morphed Pokemon into Po-Kaijin and this architect who created his own Pokemon evolutionary line.

This time around though, we’re writing about Alexander Panglima who paints beautiful Pokemon images!

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Finally completed! Who will you be choosing to start your adventure in Alola? Let me know in the comments below 😊

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Just take a look at that beautiful painting of the Alolan starters! Decidueye for the win!

The 20-year-old says he has been a fan of Nintendo’s best selling franchise since, like, always.

“I remember when I was about 6 years old, my dad bought me my first pack of Pokemon cards & that was when I was introduced to the fascinating world of Pokemon,” the Kuching born tells us.

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Starting off with drawing robots, Alexander drew everyday and stuck his drawings all over the walls of his living room.

Preferring to use watercolor, Alexander does dabble with other mediums such as acrylic paints or poster color to give his paintings a different feel.

“It usually takes about 8 hours total to finish an artwork,” he says.

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Typically, Alexander sketches out what he’d like to paint – with the inspiration coming from the images of Pokemon off the internet.

“Once I’ve decided my final composition, I start painting,” the full-time artist adds.

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He basically makes a living by painting images of Pokemon!

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However, he also at times paint other stuff. Here’s his painting of Justin Bieber!

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He also occasionally paints other stuff too. Here’s Rick & Morty.

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Here’s a quirky painting of Totoro!

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Now where is my wallet? Take all my money, Alexander!

More of Alexander’s work can be viewed on Facebook and Instagram. To purchase his paintings, head over to Etsy! Are you an artist who paints cool stuff too? Send us samples of your work to editors@eksentrika.com We would love to write about you!