A dedicated Pokemon Scarlet and Violet supporter have shown off their impressive clay sculpting talents by posting an adorable figurine of Wiglett, one of the recently announced pocket critters in Nintendo's forthcoming game. Because Wiglett appears in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet for the first time, many fans are curious about its appearance and characteristics. Wiglett was only released in the ninth generation of Pokemon. \n \nThe water-type Wiglett from Pokemon Scarlet and Violet was revealed around the end of September 2022, and it seems to have already been a popular favorite. You may find fan fiction and artwork about Wiglett all over the internet. So it's no surprise that Scarlet and Violet's new Pokemon will be the subject of community threads and online conversations, given how passionate Pokemon fans can be about a new title or their beloved pocket critters. \n \nThe adorable Wiglett clay sculptures by user hotbinky may be seen in a short movie posted to Tiktok. The artist's entire creative process was captured on film, from modeling clay into a worm-like form to painting on Wiglett's signature white fur, pink muzzle, and tiny eyes. \n \nFans of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will appreciate the fine craftsmanship that hotbinky put into their miniature clay models. They went so far as to make various figurines designed to look like Wiglett both when it is underground and when it is above ground. \n \nThis is not the first Paldea Region Pokemon that hotbinky has sculpted using air-dry clay, as evidenced by their other social media sites. For example, a video of them creating Fuecoco, one of the beginning Pokemon in Scarlet and Violet, can be found on their Instagram feed. \n \nThis time, the artist brought the Fire Pokemon to life in a much more miniature size for a video. Pikachu, Mew, Rayquaza, Bulbasaur, Ditto, and a slew of others are just some of the other Pokemon that hotbinky has sculpted with air-dry clay.