Pokemon Fan Designs Human Versions of Cyndaquil, Totodile Evolution Lines

A talented Pokemon fan designed human versions of the Totodile and Cyndaquil evolution lines, and the results have made other fans take an interest. Pokemon is a brand used to having creative fans who further extend the franchise’s presence in everyday life through fan art. The results are works that are often exciting, impressive, or simply amusing.


To make Pokemon fan art, fans don’t skimp on inspiration. There is also no shortage of creatures to choose from, as there are more than 1,000 Pokemon. Among all these, one Pokemon that is often remembered is Totodile, one of the Gen 2 starters. Fans have a great affection for the Water-type Pokemon because of its playful personality and stylish design. Another equally beloved Pokemon is Cyndaquil, owner of a shy nature that gives it a cute aura. Along with Totodile and Chikorita, Cyndaquil forms Johto’s trio of starter Pokemon.

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Reddit user endifi had previously created human forms for Dratini, Dragonair, and Dragonite and now shows the human forms for Cyndaquil and its evolutions. Cyndaquil has an appearance reminiscent of Aang from Avatar: The Last Airbender, and the name Hino – as the artist gives their creations human names. A detail that draws attention is the hat that cleverly incorporates the Pokemon’s snout into the fan art. Quilava keeps the same physical features but is an older character. Here the Pokemon’s flames have been transformed into the hair of the human form. Typhlosion, on the other hand, becomes a sort of warrior, where the flames and the hair on its back turn into a cape.

Totodile can boast of being the best Water-type starter Pokemon and having human versions that translate well to its fun and perhaps a little crazy nature. Named Waniko, the character has the same fun-loving air as Totodile, and at the same time, a mischievous twinkle in its eye. Croconaw is called Odrigales and has a Mohawk inspired by the red spikes on the Pokemon’s head, creating a kind of Pokemon version of a heavy metal fan. Feraligatr shows the adult version of Waniko, with a design that may remind Pokemon fans of Undyne from Undertale.

Endifi nicely translates the physical traits of each Pokemon into human form and even manages to keep the personality traits of Totodile and Cyndaquil. As a result, the Pokemon fan may find themselves imagining something curious: an anime where instead of the Pokemon, the stars are their human forms.

Source: Gamerant

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