Image: Pat AckermanIllustrator and pixel artist Pat Ackerman has invested the last year reimagining the entire Pokédex of Pokémon Sword and Shield as old-school sprites.Starting back when the eighth-generation beginners were revealed, Ackerman gradually but surely pixelized every pocket monster discovered in the series latest video games. And as of this week, he has an exceptionally remarkable portfolio of perfectly pixelized Pokémon to reveal for it.Perhaps much more outstanding is Ackermans dedication to making his art look as close to the first generation of Pokémon games as possible– Pokémon Yellow particularly.”When producing these, I utilize the 56 x 56 size canvas, which was the original size of the sprites in Pokémon Red/Blue/Green/ Yellow,” Ackerman told Kotaku. “I also stay with the palette of Yellow. I truly concentrate on the pose of the Pokémon, as thats what utilized to really define who they were before 3D designs. I try to make them dynamic and display something distinct about the Pokémon.”G/O Media might get a commissionAckermans other pixel jobs cover previous Pokémon generations and Monster Hunter, wonderfully catching the constraints of the Game Boy hardware. His work can also be discovered in PC role-playing video game Monster Crown.Weve included a few of Ackermans favorite Pokémon Sword and Shield sprites at the top of this story, however be sure to check out more of his work on Twitter and Instagram.