Popular cosplayer Luxlo shared her stunning take on Pokemon Sword & Shield's Sobble, bringing the Water-type to life with a creative outfit that will be sure to make waves with the community.
Pokemon entered its eighth generation with the release of Sword & Shield in November 2019. The latest title in the long-running Nintendo franchise saw players discovering new creatures in the Galar region.
A prolific cosplayer brought the game's water starter Sobble to life with an incredibly detailed outfit. The unique spin on the adorable frog-like character will melt the hearts of trainers.
Sword & Shield's Sobble brought to life
Every game in the popular RPG series begins with the player having to choose their starter Pokemon. In Sword & Shield trainers are offered a choice between Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.
Prolific cosplayer Isabel 'Luxlo' chose the Water-type character to dress up as, and shared her jaw-dropping take on social media. Using a blue wig and blue dress, she transformed into the timid frog.
The talented artist collaborated with photographer 'dreamlifestylephotography' who captured her posing as the Pokemon. Bringing the whole costume together, she creatively recreated his curly blue tail, and his signature yellow and blue fin.
The Canadian cosplayer shared more photos of her unique costume, giving us an up close look at the amount of detail that went into creating the look. Replicating the cute monster's face, she put two blue dots under her eyes.
This isn't the first time Isabel has taken on the Nintendo franchise either, as she has a history of creatively bringing Pokemon to reality. In April 2019, she upload her Vaporeon cosplay, giving life to Eevee's water evolution.
Luxlo has built up a huge audience on her Instagram account with over 507k followers as of the time of writing. The skilled artist shares her insanely detailed costumes of popular anime and video game characters.
Pokemon continues to be one of Nintendo's biggest titles. In 2019, it was announced to be the highest grossing media franchise in the world, amassing billions of dollars across their merchandise, movies, and games.
The latest release in the series looks to be no different. Sword & Shield moved an astonishing six million units during its launch weekend alone, and is currently the fastest selling Switch game to date.