EDIT: Fixed the color balance on the photo.
More Pokémon Berries!
This is my first shot with the lightbox. I had some good shots of these but my camera aim was off today.
Anywho, this is a much better shot and includes all the berries made so far, minus the the cheri berry, which broke at the stem, and the Payapa and Colbur berries, which got permanently welded to their hooks in the glazing process.
For those who don't follow Pokémon, in later games(Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum), there are patches of loamy soil in random places where a variety of berries can be grown. You have to water them occasionally, and they bear fruit, which you can turn into Poké Blocks(Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald), or poffins(Diamond/Pearl/Platinum). The berries can have up to five different flavors: sour, sweet, bitter, dry, and spicy. Feeding them to your pokémon increases their sheen. It gets more detailed, but I won't get into it here or we'll be typing all night.
From left to right:
Top Row: Oran, Sitrus, Pomeg, Kasib, Leppa, Occa
Second Row: Cornn, Magost, Watmel, Figy, Coba, Nanab
Third Row: Drash, Grepa, Iapapa, Kelpsy
Fourth Row: Razz, Aspear, Shuca, Tanga, Pinap, Chilan
Fifth Row: Pecha, Hondew, Lum, Eggant, Passho, Lansat
Bottom Row: Mago, Rawst, Apicot, Ganlan
They are made from polymer clay, some have acrylic paint details. All are glazed.
These all have eyepins in them and can be made whatever you want.
If you want a berry that's not pictured here, or just any berry/berry-themed jewelry in general, send me a note. These little berries are $3 each.
Pokemon is owned by Nintendo.