Pokemon Enthusiast Wows with Exquisite Regice Figure
An exceptionally skilled Pokemon fan is capturing the online spotlight with their remarkable and meticulously crafted miniature figures of Regice. These intricate creations, resembling sculptures carved from a block of ice, have garnered the admiration of numerous Pokemon enthusiasts. The artist’s ability to bring one of the most potent Ice-type Pokemon to life in such a realistic manner has become a topic of discussion and speculation among fans.
Regice, introduced in Pokemon’s third generation, is a Legendary Pokemon composed entirely of solid glacier ice. As part of a trio alongside Regirock and Registeel for several generations, the Legendary giants received two new additions, Regieleki and Regidrago, in the Pokemon Sword and Shield’s The Crown Tundra DLC. The popularity of these Legendary Pokemon seems to be on the rise, inspiring fan creations like the remarkable Regice figures showcased by Reddit user OH_MY_Xelnaga.
OH_MY_Xelnaga shared their impressive artwork on one of Reddit’s prominent Pokemon pages. The initial image features the first Regice figure, posed with a raised arm and leg, creating the illusion of emerging from the glacier, reminiscent of its portrayal in the anime. A quarter-turn view in the second image offers a clearer perspective on the back spikes, while the third image reveals the figure without its snowy base, accompanied by a larger, darker Regice figure in the background. Despite Regice’s geometric design, OH_MY_Xelnaga achieves a remarkably realistic icy texture.
Commenters on the post speculate on the techniques used to achieve the translucent blue color and intricate scratching and brushing, contributing to Regice’s frosty appearance. The artist confirmed one of these hypotheses. This isn’t the first time OH_MY_Xelnaga has garnered attention for detailed figures, having previously created an astounding Mewtwo figure floating in a tube, capturing the essence of its origin as seen in Pokemon: The First Movie.
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