Bonny John’s Pokémon One a Day— he’s started in on Gen II, and all the first 151 are amazing. Especially interesting because each piece is done in a different style.
Mr. Chaos Harry Potter and the Master’s Ball. — Harry Potter meets Pokémon again. Harry’s first year, except with ‘mon instead of magic. I’ve linked this to chapter 8, in which we see Snape teaching Potions. It’s a pun that works, and It’s also the only part I really read. The author has written sequels as well, if mashup fanfics are your thing.
Caity Hall— Fantastic artist, and she does commissions!
Luke Mancini. “Riverbed.” — this art piece reminds me of those classic museum murals/dioramas of nature scenes and dinosaurs that I remember seeing at the local museum when I was, like, 4. It’s fantastic. (Mancini’s paleo-art is pretty wonderful, too.)
R. J. Palmer/ Arvalis— gods, if I could art like this artist can art, I would go off and art all the time and not bother with all these words. Also a plus, though, are the thoughtful “realistic” descriptions of the Pokémon that take into account ecology and what use the Pokémon themselves have for their elemental powers.
Yami Tenno. When Worlds Collide. — Harry Potter + Pokémon, Oak teaches at Hogwarts during Harry’s second year; author got the idea “in math class,” unfinished and not updated since 2012, but I read part of it for kicks and giggles so, here you go.