Pokémon Go – 7 Best 3D Printable Low-Poly Pokémon Models

Pokémon, also known as “Pocket Monsters” in Japan, is a media franchise managed by The Pokémon Company. Created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, it is centered on fictional creatures called “Pokémon”, which humans (known as Pokémon Trainers) catch and train to battle each other for sport. More recently, Pokémon made a come-back with the extremely popular Pokémon Go mobile game. If you’re a huge fan of Pokémon and happen to have a 3D printer at home, why not combine them together and 3D print your own Pokémon models? In this article, we’ll present you 7 best 3D printable low-poly Pokémon models all designed by Agustin Flowalistik.

Before we move on to the 3D printable low-poly Pokémon models, let’s first have a quick look at Poké Ball

0.Poké Ball
Maker’s Name: juha3dbar (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Sebastian Rosca
Print’s Name: Poké Ball
Material: TIANSE Red, White, Black PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:105379
Details: Every great Pokémon Trainer needs a Poké Ball to catch and store the Pokémon. A Poké Ball, also known as Monster Ball, is a type of item that is crucial to a Pokémon Trainer’s quest, used for catching and storing Pokémon. Up to 6 Pokémon can be carried with a Pokémon Trainer in Poké Ball, while more Poké Balls can be held in the bag for later use.
The following low-poly Pokémon models are all designed by graphic designer and maker Agustin Flowalistik from Madrid, who is a well-known figure in the 3D printing circle. He used the magic power of 3D printing to have created a bunch of 3D printable Pokémon models. Each of his low-poly Pokémon is freely to download and print from his Thingiverse and YouMagine pages. Let’s start our Pokémon adventure with all these awesome low-poly Pokémon models.

1. Low-Poly Pikachu

1.Low-Poly Pikachu
Maker’s Name: muffinman1090 (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Pikachu
Material: TIANSE Orange PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:376601
Details: Being the most well-known and recognizable Pokémon, Pikachu is a small, chubby, and incredibly cute mouse-like Pokémon. It has long yellow ears that are tipped with black and its large tail is well-known for being shaped like a lightning bolt. Pikachu is curious, smart and friendly, and one of his most noticeable merits is his determination and unwillingness to give up whenever a situation gets tough. It evolves from Pichu when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone. Let’s Go, Pikachu!

2. Low-Poly Bulbasaur

2.Low-Poly Bulbasaur
Maker’s Name: herzwaffle (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Bulbasaur
Material: TIANSE White PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:327753
Details: Bulbasaur is a grass/poison-type Pokémon, which resembles a small, squatting dinosaur that walks on four legs, but bears three claws on each of its feet and has no tail. Its most notable feature is the “bulb” on its back which grows steadily larger as it matures. This bulb contains a seed that uses photosynthesis to supply Bulbasaur with energy. This bulb is also used to store the energy that the seed absorbs, which can be used later when necessary. It is assumed that when a Bulbasaur collects sufficient energy in its bulb, it will evolve into Ivysaur starting at level 16, then into Venusaur starting at level 32. Let’s Go, Bulbasaur!

3. Low-Poly Eevee

3.Low-Poly Eevee
Maker’s Name: Silvia
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Eevee
Material: TIANSE Coffee PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2931434
Details: Eevee is well-known for being the Pokémon with the highest number of evolution possibilities, because of its unstable genetic makeup. Eevee is a small, mammalian creature with bushy, brown fur. It has a fluffy cream-colored ruff surrounding its neck and a short, bushy, fox-like tail with a creamy tip. Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to the environment in which it lives. Radiation from various stones causes evolution in this Pokémon. Eevee is the only known Pokémon capable of using the exclusive Z-Move Extreme Evoboost. Let’s Go, Eevee!

4. Low-Poly Charmander

4.Low-Poly Charmander
Maker’s Name: Léa Gérard
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Charmander
Material: TIANSE Red PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:323038
Details: Charmander is a fire-type Pokémon, which appears as a small, bipedal, dinosaur-like Pokémon. Charmander’s feelings and emotions can be read by the flame on the tip of its tail. The flame wavers when Charmander is enjoying itself; the flame burns fiercely when this Pokémon becomes infuriated. It evolves into Charmeleon starting at level 16, which then evolves into Charizard starting at level 36. Let’s Go, Charmander!

5. Low-Poly Chikorita

5.Low-Poly Chikorita
Maker’s Name: Casey Campbell
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Chikorita
Material: TIANSE Green PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:370051
Details: Chikorita is a grass-type Pokémon, and it’s a small, pale green Pokémon with dark green buds around its neck. It has four short legs and a stubby tail. On top of its head is a large, green leaf which is generally longer than its body. In battle, Chikorita waves its green leaf around to keep the foe at bay. However, a sweet fragrance also wafts from the leaf, becalming the battling Pokémon and fostering a cozy, friendly atmosphere all around. It evolves into Bayleef starting at level 16, which then evolves into Meganium starting at level 32. Let’s Go, Chikorita!

6. Low-Poly Squirtle

6.Low-Poly Squirtle
Maker’s Name: Christian Curtis
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Squirtle
Material: TIANSE Cerulean PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:319413
Details: Squirtle is a water-type Pokémon, which resembles light blue turtle. Its body is encased by a tough shell that forms and hardens after birth. Squirtle’s shell is a useful tool. It can withdraw into the shell for protection or to sleep. Moreover, the shell’s rounded shape and the grooves on its surface help reduce resistance in water, allowing this Pokémon to swim at high speeds. It evolves into Wartortle starting at level 16, which then evolves into Blastoise starting at level 36. Let’s Go, Squirtle!

7. Low-Poly Totodile

7.Low-Poly Totodile
Maker’s Name: Francesco Trasimeni
Designer’s Name: Agustin Flowalistik
Print’s Name: Low-Poly Totodile
Material: TIANSE Blue PLA
Model: https://www.thingiverse.com/make:247258
Details: Totodile is a water-type Pokémon, which appears as a bipedal crocodile. This type of Pokémon is well-known for its large mouth filled with razor-sharp teeth. Although it looks small in body size, Totodile’s jaws are very powerful and its bite has enough power to cause severe injury, just as Pokédex states, “its well-developed jaws are powerful and capable of crushing anything”. It evolves into Croconaw at level 18, which then evolves into Feraligatr starting at level 30. Let’s Go, Totodile!

All the models presented above are proven to be 100% 3D printable so that you don’t waste your time searching for models that aren’t fit for 3D printing. Moreover, you can also visit Agustin Flowalistik’s profile on Thingiverse and YouMagine for more other awesome Pokémon models, and there is even a collection of low-poly Pokémon models that can be printed either in single extrusion, or multi and dual extrusion. You shouldn’t miss all these amazingly cute low-poly Pokémon models.

Low-Poly Pokémon - Multi and Dual Extrusion Version
(Low-Poly Pokémon – Multi and Dual Extrusion Version by Agustin Flowalistik)

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Whether you’re looking for a cool desk ornament, a lovely Pokémon themed object, or a low-poly project to keep you focused and occupied during the weekend, you shouldn’t miss these curated 3D printable low-poly Pokémon models designed by Agustin Flowalistik. We hope you find this article of value, and will 3D print your own low-poly Pokémon to start your Pokémon adventure and bring back your childhood. Have a nice day and always happy 3D printing!

Post time: Aug-27-2019