When Pokemon X & Y was released, a dedicated website for international players went live online, with the url www.pokemonxy.com.
However, with the website now redirecting to a generic page, the images might become lost to time.
As of writing, Japan's XY-individual site is still online (http://www.pokemon.co.jp/ex/xy/), but at some point it might go offline, so the images are archived as well. Additionally, certain XY-limited images were also included, for archiving sake.
The style of artwork I use for the Event Gallery was inspired by this splashed-style.
Apparently, the splash artwork in the background is slightly different between international and japanese versions.
International ver. VS Japanese ver.
This page hosts a compilation of bag sprites spanning from Gen III all the way up to Gen VII.
Few of these sprites are no longer in Gen VII, as it got replaced by a newer variation of the same icon.
These sprites are mostly from Gen VI and Gen VII, extracted from PKHeX (which were pretty much extracted from the main games).
Notable entries that aren't in Gen VII, are Cosplay Pikachu and Spiky-Eared Pichu.
In game, these sprites aren't programmed to have a shiny variation,
and the shiny variation of these sprites were made by msikma.
In Pokemon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, the Pokedex uses a 2D version of the 3D models, when scrolling through it.
This page has:
1. Sun & Moon's Non-shiny images
2. Sun & Moon's shiny images
3. Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon's non-shiny and shiny sprites on a large image canvas
4. Ultra Necrozma (because it's sprites are merged on the large canvas)
5. Bin files to use with Ohana (there doesn't seem to be a way to mass extract them to .png; has to be extracted manually 1 by 1)
When healing Pokemon in Pokemon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon,
2D sprites of the Pokemon being healed are splashed onto the background of the Pokemon Center's screen, as seen below.
These images are different from the ones splashed on the Pokedex.
This page contains the images extracted from SM Demo, and USUM (for the newer Pokemon).
Older generation Pokemon that aren't in SM Demo are missing from this listing.
(If there's a way to dump all of them straight as images from the garc, I'll do it.
textripper isn't working for this garc <a240 for SM>, and I can only convert the individual bins one by one using ohana presently)
By St. GIGAHello readers!
Here is another file by me for rom hacking. It is a hybrid Parody of the Windows 8 Internet Explorer logo and the GBA e-Reader logo. As both things died out with a bad reputation, and are significantly different from this, I did no wrong. I also used a Public Domain Wikipedia version of Internet Explorer's Metro Logo, which I modded in GNU Inkscape with 2 simple polygons, (a circle and rectangle,) so as to resemble both logos as an allusion to the Mobile System GB, which had webmail ability. I feel that this makes a perfect joke, and I colored it to black to avoid robots falsely flagging it as copyrighted, when I made it using PD resources to resemble abandoned tech, therefore resulting in no legal trouble. It is in SVG vector format at 256x256, so it will need to be rasterized and recolored to blue to work in a hack before resizing. It cannot go as small as the original, but it is still able to go down to 32 or 64x instead of 16x. It also works at 1bpp, so use as you wish. I offer it as Public Domain under Creative Commons CC-0 PD Dedication. Use it for making distro cards, custom pokedex cards, DS homebrew for Lites with E-readers, and Gamecube Homebrew with anything you want on the cards. This will disclaim it from a real card due to its shape.
By Yts12Here's a file i made with ohana3ds and garctool and 3dsmax oh and some more stuff here