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Pokemon Type Symbols by ILKCMP Pokemon Type Symbols by ILKCMP
*Feel free to use for your own non-commercial purposes! All I ask for is a comment and/or favorite and perhaps a link to the finished product!*

*Please download for full view!*



For those who haven't yet seen them, these are the symbols for use in Neo Redux. All 18 official types are represented, plus Cosmic, Sound, Light, and Cyber (respectively, on the bottom). They were included merely because they are some of the most commonly requested "fan-types," and I was asked to create symbols for them.

Don't ask me what the type matchup for those types would be, either. I haven't thought about it, and since they aren't types that I necessarily agree with, I don't really plan to!


I did alter the "official" colors to those more of my liking.



UPDATE 12/9/11:
Dragon symbol is now the official Dragon-type TCG symbol found in the upcoming Dragon Selection set.

UPDATE 5/23/13:
With the new Fairy-type Pokémon appearing in Pokémon X/Y, I decided to create a symbol for the type, based on Sylveon's bow.


HUGE UPDATE 6/1/13:
I've decided to completely update the way the symbols are presented (a bit more stylized). The names of the types are now found underneath the symbols as well. Bird-type has been removed in this version. Please download for full-view!

UPDATE 6/11/13:
Looks like Fairy-type is real! The new Eeveelution, Sylveon, is confirmed Fairy, and Jigglypuff, Marill, and Gardevoir have Fairy added onto their original types. Another new Pokémon, Flabébé, has also been shown (pure Fairy).

UPDATE 8/21/13:
Updated with the official Fairy-type symbol.

UPDATE 8/24/13:
New Cosmic and Light symbols.


Enjoy!


Pokémon © Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc. Pokémon and Pokémon character names are trademarks of Nintendo.
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aDropofAmber Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello, I'm a member of the pokemon group where we have pokemon that we need to draw and make refs for. I'm in the process of revising my ref sheet style and was looking to make my own energy symbols to represent the missing types but I really like these. I was wondering if you would be ok with me using these in my ref sheets, I'd definitely credit you, but I do upload a lot of refs so I'm not sure you'd like to get spammed with the mentioned alerts, I could always link this pic instead of putting your name.

I'm sorry I'm over thinking XD idek if you'd be ok with me using these XP sorry for the paragraph
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ILKCMP Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014
You're absolutely free to use them! And don't worry about spamming me with mention alerts, I'm fine with that. =)
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aDropofAmber Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yay! Thanks so much <3
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Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Would it be cool if I could use these symbols in my artwork? Naturally I will credit you, linking back to your profile and this piece.
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ILKCMP Featured By Owner Edited Oct 6, 2014
Absolutely! Go right ahead. :)

If you don't mind, I'd love to see how you use them, so be sure to send me a link to your work!
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Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ok, I'll do that then. If you had the time it would be great if you could offer pointers as I've never made fake cards before. I was also wondering if you knew where I could find templates/blanks for the EX Delta Species cards? 
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ILKCMP Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014
I believe you might have some luck over at PokemonCardResources. I know you can find a decent collection of EX blanks, though I'm not sure if there are Delta Species available in particular. Fangking made them long ago (~2005-2006), but they're now outdated by today's blank standards and many of the sites which hosted them are not defunct.

As for pointers, I'd love to help! For me to give the best advice, though, I need to know which program you're using.
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Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, I checked and the EX folder doesn't have Delta templates. Lots of other good stuff though. I'll give Fangking a look. The program I use is paint.net. I seem to be the only person on earth who uses it, though I do plan to buy Photoshop. Or maybe you could recommend a certain program?
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ILKCMP Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014
Absolutely Photoshop. If I'm not mistaken, Adobe offers free copies of older versions, so that's something to consider before dropping $500+

Quick search came up with Fang's ex Delta Species blanks (well, most of them): www.pokebeach.com/forums/threa… I'm sure a more thorough search will reveal more, but worst case you can find some of his non-ex, non-Delta Species blanks and edit them together.
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Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, yeah I'll definitely use these and tweak them to get non-EX, dual types, etc. And I'll look into an old version of photoshop. From what I've heard illustrators don't even need half the functions on it, so it'd definitely be worth it. Thanks for the help.
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