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How To Draw Cyndaquil Pokemon

How To Draw Cyndaquil Pokemon

Hey everyone, today we are going to learn how to draw Cyndaquil, Pokemon #155! Cyndaquil is part of the 2nd generation of Pokemon, and he was always a favorite of mine as a kid. Anyways, grab your pencil and let’s get started!

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 1

Step 1

To get Cyndaquil started, we will first need to draw two similarly sized circles, one on top of the other. These two circles will become Cyndaquil’s body and head.

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 2

Step 2

Next, draw the outline of Cyndaquil’s long snout and give him a curved line for his eye. Cyndaquil has one of the easiest eyes to draw because they’re always closed!

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 3

Step 3

Draw two very short stubby legs underneath Cyndaquil’s head. His legs don’t have any defining features like fingers or claws, so just drawing a simple oval for each leg will do.

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 4

Step 4

Just like his arms, drawing Cyndaquil’s legs is very simple. The only difference here is that Cyndaquil’s legs are much fatter at the top, and they slim down toward his feet at the bottom.

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 5

Step 5

Next, draw a wavy line across Cyndaquil’s back to separate him into two different colors. Also, draw a small half circle on each of Cyndaquil’s feet for his single claw.

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 6

Step 6

Now for the fun part! Draw a whole bunch of jagged lines extending out from Cyndaquil’s back for his flames. You don’t have to worry about making them perfect—they should look a little random.

How To Draw Cyndaquil Step 7

Step 7

Give Cyndaquil a little bit of color. His back is a teal color, while his face and belly are a beige tone. Of course, make his flames bright orange and yellow.

And that’s it, Cyndaquil is done! I hope you had fun drawing Cyndaquil with me. If you enjoyed this tutorial, be sure to share it on social media and stop back for more. You can check out the rest of my Pokemon tutorials here. And as always, happy drawing!