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How to draw Dragonite Pokemon

Welcome, artists and Pokémon enthusiasts! Have you ever admired the detailed sketches of your favorite characters and wondered, “How do they do that?” Well, today, we’re going to uncover that mystery with a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw Dragonite, the orange, bipedal dragon from the captivating Pokémon universe.

A Closer Look at Dragonite

Dragonite, a Dragon/Flying-type Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon introduced in Generation I, is a fan favorite for many reasons. Not only is it adorably friendly, but it also possesses a unique aesthetic charm that differentiates it from its previous forms, Dratini and Dragonair. Here are a few key elements to focus on:

  • Body Structure: Unlike its slender, serpentine predecessors, Dragonite boasts a bulkier, rounder build, much like the physique of a humanoid.
  • Wings: Dragonite has two turquoise wings sprouting from its back, marking its transition from sea-dweller to high-flyer.
  • Coloring: Its body is adorned with a warm, inviting orange, a stark contrast to the cool blue of Dratini and Dragonair.

After mastering Dragonite, you might want to try your hand at drawing other popular Pokémon such as Charizard, Pikachu with arms wide open or Gyarados. They all offer a different set of challenges that can help you grow as an artist.

Mastering the Art of Pokémon: the Guide

This tutorial follows a simple color-coding system:

  • Red Color: Highlights the current step you should be focusing on.
  • Black Color: Represents the lines you’ve previously drawn.
  • Grey Color: Shows the basic proportion sketch you’ve created in the initial stages.

The tutorial consists of 13 steps, with the first 2 dedicated to laying down the basic proportions of the sketch. Remember to use light pencil strokes for this initial phase.

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  1. How do I get the proportions right?
    Start with basic shapes. For example, you could represent Dragonite’s body with an oval, then add shapes for the wings and appendages. This simple trick helps maintain proportion as you add details.
  2. What kind of pencil should I use for the basic sketch?
    A light graphite pencil, like a 2H, would be ideal for the initial sketch. It’s perfect for light strokes that can be easily erased or modified.
  3. How can I perfect the wings?
    Think of Dragonite’s wings as an extension of its body. Use your basic sketch as a reference point and add details progressively. Practicing drawing wings separately can also be beneficial.

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Remember, practice makes perfect. So, keep sketching, stay curious, and before you know it, you’ll be drawing Dragonite like a pro! Happy sketching!

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