If you’re a fan of drawing Pokemon or a fan of drawing cartoon characters in general, you’re in luck. In this article, we’ll go through the easiest Pokemon to draw.
Let’s dive in!
Easiest Pokemon to Draw
Jigglypuff is arguably the easiest Pokemon character to draw.
If you’re a first-timer drawing Pokemon, Jigglypuff is a good place to start.
First you need to simply draw circle.
Then move on to the ears, hands, arms, and feet. Then, the quiff and simple facial features.
Mudkip is another easy one to draw, especially if you’re a first-timer.
Start with a oval shape for the head. Then move on down the body and give him some legs and draw in some toes.
Draw two ovals for his eyes and then add the pupils, mouth, and nose. Finish up by giving him some cheeks (the hardest part given the three prongs) and adding in his tail.
Drawing Dratini’s body is fairly simple as a serpentine character.
Then add in his eyes and nose.
The ears can be a little challenging but is like drawing two smaller triangles for the front ear (depending on the angle you’re using).
Eiscue is a penguin with a cube-shaped head.
The icecube head is great for drawing shading.
The penguin body can take a little more work but is also straightforward.
Lugia is a bird, and those are always somewhat challenging.
But proportions are everything.
Lugia is great to understand scale.
Marill is a good starter Pokemon with its circular body. It’s also great for kids and other newbies.
The tail is a bit harder with the sphere to get the 3D look, and this is where shading comes in.
Oshawott is like snowman in a way, drawing two spheres on top of each other.
But there are details to add. There are the feet, hands, tail, and freckles to deal with as well.
Victini isn’t the easiest on this list, especially with the tail.
But once you master drawing some of the Pokemon earlier on this list, it’ll be a good challenge.
As his name suggests, Porygon is known for its geometric shape.
It can look intimidating at first, but it’s all straight lines.
Take it slowly and you’ll see that it’s not as complicated as it seems.
The body is simple, but the shell is a bit more complicated.
Start with the shell first, then add the body.
These are some of the easiest Pokemon to draw.
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With a little bit of practice, you’ll be drawing them like a pro in no time!