How To Draw Moltres Pokemon - Draw Central

How To Draw Moltres Pokemon

Today I’ll be showing you how to draw Moltres, Pokemon #146. Moltres is the first generation legendary fire Pokemon, and looks like it was inspired by the phoenix. Moltres, along with his counterparts, Zapdos, Articuno, and Lugia, are probably most well-known for starring in Pokemon the Movie 2000. So, grab your pencil and let’s learn how to draw Moltres!


How To Draw Moltres Step 1

Step 1

To get Moltres started, we are first going to draw two circles, one larger one for the body, and a smaller one for the head.


Step 2

Next, connect the two circles to form Moltres’ long curved neck, and give him a triangular beak attached to the smaller circle.


How To Draw Moltres Step 3

Step 3

Draw two long lines sticking out from Moltres’ body to give us a general guideline for his wings.


How To Draw Moltres Step 4

Step 4

Now we need to draw a jagged line running along the guideline from the last step to form Moltres’ fiery wings.


How To Draw Moltres Step 5

Step 5

Inside each wing draw another jagged line to give Moltres some more flame detail.


How To Draw Moltres Step 6

Step 6

Next, draw Moltres’ small diamond shaped eye, and another large tuft of flames sticking out of the top of its head.


How To Draw Moltres Step 7

Step 7

Just like we did for its wings and head, we need to draw Moltres’ tail using more jagged and messy lines.


How To Draw Moltres Step 8

Step 8

Next, draw two large oval shapes underneath Moltres’ body to form his thighs.


How To Draw Moltres Step 9

Step 9

Sticking out from those ovals, draw two thin legs extending straight forward.


How To Draw Moltres Step 10

Step 10

Lastly, give Moltres’ his feet with four claws on each foot.


How To Draw Moltres Step 11

Step 11

All that’s left to do now is to give Moltres some color. Since he is basically made of fire, his body is mostly shades of yellow and red, with a brownish colored beak and legs. I hope you enjoyed learning how to draw Moltres with me. If you did, be sure to share this tutorial on social media and stop back for plenty more! Happy drawing!