JACKSON, Mo.

— Legendary Pokemon artist Jackson pollocks newest artwork for the upcoming Pokémon X and Y games is one of the most breathtaking in recent memory.

Pollock, the lead artist for the new Pokémon game, said his latest work for Pokémon X/Y is the most “wow” artwork he’s ever created, and the “perfect compliment” to the game’s “super cool art style.”

He explained that his new Pokemon art for Pokémon is “so cool” because he doesn’t have to focus on the “big picture” of his Pokemon designs, instead he can concentrate on the details of each creature and their unique abilities.

The artist said his new work is inspired by a “tribute” to an original Pokemon character, Jack’s original Pokemon Trainer, whose name is actually “Jackson Pollocks” in Japanese.

Pollocks inspiration for the artwork comes from his childhood fascination with the original Trainer, who is often described as the most well-known Pokemon artist of all time.

In his work for the Pokémon games, Pollock often draws inspiration from famous figures from the franchise, including Legendary Pokemon creator Satoshi Tajiri, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto, and other notable artists.

“I don’t really have any super high expectations for my artwork, because I’ve worked so much on the game,” Pollocks said.

“I think it’s pretty awesome.”

He continued to explain his inspiration for his artwork by saying it is inspired “by the real world,” which is “where I live in Kansas.”

“I grew up in the real Midwest, which is sort of the heart of the world, so I grew up really close to that world,” he said.

“The only way I could relate to it, because it was my own home, is through art.”

When I was a kid, I didn’t think about the big picture.

When I was in high school, I just looked at the big pictures.

Now I see how awesome it is to be in a game that really connects with that.

“While many artists might consider themselves artists first and foremost, Pollocks artistry also extends to a broader field of art.

He said he enjoys drawing things like the world’s most iconic images, such as the Statue of Liberty, and his favorite cartoon characters.”

I love that. “

He’s got horns and he’s got a tail.

I love that.

He’s so cute.

He is really the perfect combination of cartoon and art.”

As for his Pokémon artwork, Pollers most recent work has focused on capturing the essence of each Pokemon, and he said the process of creating each of the characters and their abilities is the reason why his work has captured so many people’s imaginations.

“Every artist has a favorite Pokemon character,” he continued.

“You know, some of them, some people don’t like Pokemon.

I think the people who do love Pokemon, they want to be a part of it, they really want to see it and they really care about it.””

People really care and want to know what I’m doing,” Pollock said.