The people had a wish—a memory from a thousand years before... They wished that the Legendary Pokémon clad in emerald light would appear again. The huge Meteorite that lay at the heart of Sootopolis gave off a boundless brilliance. In its brilliance, it resembled a vast and powerful Key Stone. And once again, Rayquaza descended from whence it came in the heavens. The people fell to their knees before Rayquaza and made a wish for salvation. As they did, a great change came over the Legendary Pokémon. It was enveloped in blinding light. As the light receded, they beheld a Rayquaza beyond all knowledge— a sublime figure, incandescent with overwhelming life force.
Traditional Japanese art is a great source of inspiration for me. For years I have been painting different creatures in this kind of style, trying to imitate the ways certain things are depicted and trying to figure out how different designs would be portrayed in traditional Japanese art.
Done exclusively with inks on watercolour paper.
I'm Finnish artist who has always been passionate about art.
I mostly create art for my own enjoyment of subjects that are close to my heart and that inspire me. I use many kinds of media and techniques, but my favourites are inks and watercolours.
As a student I'm hoping to earn a little extra with my art to support myself. I'm open to suggestion and comments when it comes to prints here on inprnt.
If you wish to find more of my art you can find me in the following places:
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.