Coming soon I'll be uploading Pokemon gijinkas of characters I'm making for a series. Now I'm of the firm believer that while your imagination has no limits when it comes to what you can do. However, without personal limits things become a mix so I've come up with a system of 3 rules for Pokemon and types. I'll post these entries as I find a niche for these types, but in the meantime I'll post my personal base rules for ALL gijinkas regardless of Pokemon type.
1. Keep it rated PG at most. No arguements, no exceptions, this is going to either be E for everyone or E-10. Absolutely no rule 34.
2. Maintain original colors. Because I'm going into keeping human skin colors, the color pallid of the clothes will be that of the Pokemon they represent. The only exceptions will be if a Pokemon has too few colors, then I might spice things up, blue jeans go with about everything, and (of course) if I want to do an Equestria Girls style.
3. Size matters. Unlike most gijinka creators, I'll be keeping the original heights of the Pokemon. It might not seem noticeable at first, until there's more than one gijinka on the page at a time. It's going to be fun when I ship an Onix character with a Scyther.
Those are my core rules, let me know what you think and once I get a blender colored pencil, you folks will be seeing some great designs.