It’s been a while since I’ve done a Pokemon tutorial, and I’m ready to get back into gear! Today we’ll be learning how to draw the grass type Pokemon, Chespin — #650 from the X and Y Generation. Let’s get started!
To get Chespin started, we’ll first draw a circle for his head. Chespin’s body is very short and squat, so we will draw a simple, almost triangular shape that widens at the bottom.
Next, draw four equal size ovals for Chespin’s arms and legs.
Chespin has a few leafy protrusions sticking out from his head. To make these, draw a circle inside his head which will become the outline of Chespin’s face. And draw seven pointed oval shapes around his face for the leaves.
Chespin always has a happy look to him— so draw a large oval shape for his open, smiling mouth.
Now draw two half circles inside Chespin’s mouth for his teeth and his tongue. Also, draw another small triangular shape above his mouth for his rabbit-like nose.
We will finish Chespin’s face by drawing two long oval shapes for his eyes, and three triangles for the darker pattern on his face.
We’re going to jump ahead a little bit to finish Chespin. All that we have left to do is to give him a short tail, and draw a couple lines on his hands and feet to give him fingers and toes.
Lastly, give Chespin a little brown and green color, and he’s all done! I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial! I have a few more Pokemon ones coming up soon!