Just yesterday, an official poll told us that the water-type Pokémon Sobble was the most popular Pokémon Sword and Shield starter amongst fans. If you're also on #TeamSobble, or perhaps just a fan of the series in general, then this art piece may well appeal to you.

If you cast your minds back to last November, you may remember RJ Palmer, an artist working for Ubisoft who was snapped up to work on the Detective Pikachu movie. He was discovered thanks to his portfolio of 'realistic' Pokémon designs online, and has now created a new piece featuring the newly discovered Sobble.

Image: RJ Palmer

You can check out the piece directly on Palmer's DeviantArt page, as well as all of his other work, of course. He has plenty of wonderful Pokémon pieces so we'd urge you to take a look.

It's a little too late to get Sobble in the movie, but this art certainly fits the vibe nicely. 'Detective Pikachu 2: The Case of the Disappearing Sobble', anyone?

Feel free to share your thoughts on the piece in the comments below.