Let’s learn how to draw Venusaur! Venusaur, Pokemon #3, is the fully evolved form of Bulbasaur and Ivysaur. He’s a huge Pokemon that looks like a cross between a toad and dinosaur with a palm tree on its back. Get your pencils ready, and let’s learn how to draw Venusaur!
To get Venusaur started we are first going to draw a simple oval shape. This shape will give us a base to build Venusaur’s body on.
Next we will draw Venusaur’s lower jaw inside the oval.
Draw three wide, short legs extending outward from the bottom of the oval shape.
To finish Venusaur’s legs, draw a flat line for the foot, with three diamond shapes for his claws.
Moving back up to the head, we are now going to draw a long line for Venusaur’s mouth, and two triangular ears on the top of its head.
To create Venusaur’s eyes, draw two half circle shapes sitting right above the line of his mouth.
To finish Venusaur’s eyes, draw the iris inside each eye, and an upward curved line above each eye.
Next, draw several small triangular teeth along the line of Venusaur’s mouth, and give him two tiny slits in the center of his face for his nostrils.
Now we are going to start working on the large plant on Venusaur’s back. Draw three lines hovering slightly above his back. These lines are going to serve as guidelines for us to create the large leaves.
Following the general direction of the lines from the previous step, draw the large leaf coming down over Venusaur’s forehead.
Repeat the same step to form the rest of Venusaur’s leaves.
Next, draw a sort of tube shape with a jagged top sticking up from the center of Venusaur’s leaves.
We now need to draw another set of leaves sticking out from that tube as shown in the image. These leaves are more square shaped, and sit up high, close to the jagged top of the flower.
Draw a few more leaves to create a ring of petals around the tube shape.
All that’s left to do now is to give Venusaur some color. Venusaur is a very colorful Pokemon— teal for the body, green leaves, and magenta for the flower petals— and he’s all done! I hope you enjoyed learning how to draw Venusaur with me. If you did, be sure to share this tutorial on social media and stop back for plenty more. Happy drawing!