|Uploaded:||May 6, 2010|
|Updated:||May 6, 2010|
Remember when I said that I had two animals to upload today? Well I also have two Pokemon characters that I will be uploading as well. To start, I will finally submit a lesson that was supposed to go up two weeks ago, but a Dragoart member beat me to the punch. Nonetheless, instead of letting a good lesson go to waist, I will submit it anyway and show you “how to draw Totodile”, step by step. This is a water type that falls in the “big jaw Pokemon” species category. If you are a serious Pokemon lover or if you're a fan of the series or game, you should already know that Totodile's are rather strong even though they are so small. They become even more powerful when they are underwater, which is an awesome quality in itself. They get their names because of the fact that they look like a cross between toads and crocodiles. They are generally blue in color, with red spines on their back and tails. As with a lot of Pokemon, nearly eighty eight percent of this species is male and almost thirteen percent is female. If you look at Totodile's mouth, you can automatically see that their jaws are one of their powerful traits. Other special abilities include biting with ice cold fangs. Even though these Pokemon are small, just their daily habits can be pretty painful as they are prone to bite anything they come across. It all boils down to how cute they are. Learning "how to draw Totodile" is going to be fun, and very easy. I do hope you enjoy this tutorial, and if you want to see what other Pokemon drawing I have in store, just stay tuned in to find out what it is. Peace out people!