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Well guys, I'm back after not submitting anything for a day, but I have some pretty cool lessons that I think you will all enjoy. To start things off, I will take things back with a time capsule and submit a lesson that has been long overdo. It's overdo because of the fact that this is something that has been requested by people so many times before. Having said all that, here is "how to draw Pokemon easy", step by step. I thought of many ways that I could teach folks how to create their favorite characters from their favorite show in a real simple to understand manner. After spending twenty minutes thinking of what I should do, I came to the conclusion that making three famous faces of the more popular Pokemon would probably be the easiest way to make the tutorial simple. I love the way that the heads came out and as you can see I managed to keep the tutorial so easy, there is only four drawing steps involved which means you won't be spending a lot of time drawing Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Charmander all in one shot. Well, I should probably shut up so you guys can get busy with this exciting tutorial. I will be back in a bit so stay tuned in to see what other drawing fun I have in store for you.....

Step 1

Start off by drawing three circle shapes, as you can see the head shape for Bulbasaur is bigger than the rest. Sketch the facial guides and move to step two.

Step 2

In this step, you will begin drawing the actual shapes or structure of their heads and faces. Draw Pikachu's ears, and then draw the eats for Bulbasaur.

Step 3

Using the facial guidelines, you can draw the eyes, as well as color in the eyes where applicable. Sketch out the shapes of their mouths and even noses, then move along to step four where you will finish your Pokemon characters.

Step 4

Add the markings to Pikachu's ears, cheeks, and then some spots on Bulbasuar's forehead. Finish drawing their mouths, and even add some teeth too. Clean up the drawing to prepare your easy Pokemon for color.

Step 5

Here is the finished drawing when you are all done. Color each of them in, and you can upload your finished drawing to show folks how good you can draw Pokemon too!

 



 

 
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Tuesday October, 14, 2014 at 12:38 PM

I watch this film because it's sometimes boring and sometime it better to watch

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