|Uploaded:||September 4, 2009|
|Updated:||December 12, 2009|
Pokemon characters have been incredibly popular on the site over the past month and one of my DragoArt buddies has been doing an awesome job submitting some pretty cool tutorials on so many awesome Pokemon characters. XXMedicGirlXx, is the member that I am talking about and if you are reading this description xXMedicGirlXx, I want to say awesome freakin job and keep up the good work. I am going to join her in the crusade of submitting cool lessons on Pokemon characters. The second tutorial of the day will be on "how to draw Dialga from Pokemon step by step”. Dialga is a dinosaur like Pokemon that is also said to be of a dual type steel/dragon Pokemon that falls under the legendary category. The color of Dialga is mainly metallic grey and shades of dark and light blue. These Pokemon stand with a bold stance and they are very attractive looking because of their plated armor. This specie of Pokemon also has long claws on all fours and like Latios, it is a genderless breed. The Pokemon specie Dialga has wicked awesome abilities that almost every man, woman and teen wouldn’t mind having. They are able to warp through time in three ways; speeding through time, slowing down time, or just stopping time completely. Like some other Pokemon, Dialga can have it’s powers amplified by the Adamant Orb and they can only be called or summoned when someone or something uses the Red Chain because this species lives in another dimension. All in all, like all the other legendary Pokemon out there, this one is pretty cool as well. My fourteen year old brother loves Pokemon like you wouldn’t believe, so he helps me out from time to time with some basic facts and information on certain species that I am not familiar with. I hope you guys enjoy and have fun with this tutorial on “how to draw Dialga from Pokemon step by step”. If you want to learn some cool facts on all kinds of Pokemon species, just visit the Pokemon website by clicking here. I will be back in a while with tow more fun and exciting lessons so stay tuned in for those. Peace out and happy drawing.