I hijacked that admin person's thread by mistake. The one with the long name. Whoopsie. Anyway, here's my first picture, of an idea I had where Palkia fights Deoxys. The other battle would be Dialga and Celebi, but I never drew it. Why those matchups? Deoxys is the space-traveler and Palkia is the ruler of space. Celebi is the time-traveler and Dialga's the ruler of time. Deoxys may be launching a Psycho Boost at an off-guard Palkia, but Palkia would win. Because Palkia is like, canned awesome. The next image is the realistic Drapion I drew. Fortunately, I still had that biography on Drapion ready with copy/paste from the night before! Saves me a lot of retyping. Drapion is a highly evolved scorpion that's about thirteen feet long when fully stretched out. Instead of purple, he should be a sandy brown color, with rough, rock-like upper body and tail and a softer underbelly. He lives typically in rocky deserts, making their home in deep (100+ feet deep) sand pits dug underneath a rock formation. He is an aggressive carnivore, using a hunting method similar to a trapping spider. He digs underneath the sand, exposing only the top of his head (with his newly added antennae) and the rocklike growths coming off of his head. Totally camouflaged, he waits for his prey (in this case, a Trapinch) to come by and detects its presence with its antennae. He covers his eyes with his third eyelids, which are clear and allow him to see when he rushes up and snatches his prey, quickly gobbling him down. His lower body is divided into sections, the top being armored and the underbelly being much softer, and each section houses its own stomach that breaks down specific things (one stomach for protein, one for fatty acids, one for nucleic acids, one for carbohydrates, and a fifth to dissolve anything left over). Male Drapion compete for mates by slashing the weak underbellies with their large tails. If one male is caught using his arms to grapple the other Drapion, the female joins in and attacks the cheating male Drapion until the cheater is dead. Females are somewhat larger than males (15 feet long instead of 13) and they use their size to overcome the male. Although females are larger, males have stronger and larger claws on their hands and tails. Female Drapion typically have a lifespan of about twenty to twenty five years. Male Drapion live to be about the same age if they attract a mate; males that fail to beat their competitor in a mating ritual die from the injuries. Females typically give birth to a single Skorupi egg; Skorupis that live to see maturity get to evolve into Drapion. Drapion has been seen to attack Sandslash, although Sandslashes usually drive off the Drapion by slashing the underbelly. Drapion have no natural predators, although they have a bitter hatred for Sandslashes due to their low success rate at eating them. The only threat to a Drapion is another Drapion. Drapion in the Hoenn region have also been reported battling a large rock creature in the southern side of the desert on occasion. --- Those are the two Pokemon related pictures I have on-hand right now. Does the artwork have to be Pokemon related? I have a lot of pictures that deal with Advance Wars Commanding Officers, as I'm part of the Custom Wars project.