Minecraft Pokémon Pixel Art Tutorial (44)
Welcome back to another Pokémon pixel art tutorial in Minecraft! In this tutorial, we will continue where we left off last time, finishing up the right side of the artwork.
To start, we will place a snow block underneath the light gray glazed terracotta. Then, to the left of the snow block, we will place an iron block. Next, we will place polished diorite to the left of the iron block, followed by two prismarine blocks to the left of the polished diorite. To the left of the prismarine blocks, we will place white glazed terracotta.
On top of the snow block, we will place prismarine bricks, and to the right of the prismarine bricks, we will place cyan concrete powder. We will also place cyan concrete powder on top of the polished diorite.
To the right of the cyan concrete powder, we will place cyan wool. On top of the cyan wool, we will place cyan concrete powder again, and on top of that, we will place light blue concrete powder.
To the left of the light blue concrete powder, we will place lapis ore. On top of the lapis ore, we will place cyan concrete powder going up three. On top of the cyan concrete powder, we will place prismarine bricks, and on top of the prismarine bricks, we will place diamond ore.
We will continue placing blocks according to these instructions until we complete the pixel art.
- Pixel Art
- Snow block
- Iron block
- Polished diorite
- Prismarine blocks
- White glazed terracotta
- Prismarine bricks
- Cyan concrete powder
- Cyan wool
- Light blue concrete powder
- Lapis ore
- Diamond ore
- How do I create Pokémon pixel art in Minecraft?
- What blocks do I need to use for this pixel art?
- Can I use different colors for the blocks in the pixel art?
- Is there a specific size or shape required for the pixel art?
- Can I customize the pixel art design to create my favorite Pokémon?