Blastoise is Water-type Pokémon of Generation I. Blastoise evolves from Wartortle, which evolves from Squirtle.
Blastoise can defend itself with two water cannons, the blasts of which can even penetrate steel. When it mega evolves, Mega Blastoise's water cannon has a range of over six miles.
Its name is a combination of the words "blast" and "tortoise."
Would you like to draw a brave Blastoise? This easy, step-by-step Pokémon drawing tutorial is here to help. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
Blastoise, I choose you!
1. Begin by drawing an oval. This will form the top portion of Blastoise’s head. Then, enclose another, slightly larger shape beneath it. The two shapes should appear to overlap. This forms Blastoise’s jaw and snout.
2. Enclose a large oval, with the smaller shapes overlapping it near the top. This outlines Blastoise’s round, turtle-like body.
3. Draw Blastoise’s segmented arms. For the near arm, begin with an open circular shape. Emerging from this, draw an oval shape. Band it with a curved line. Use three rounded triangles to form the fingers, erasing guide lines as necessary. Enclose the far arm emerging from behind the body. Band it with two curved lines, and draw the fingers using small ovals or rounded triangles. For the ears, draw two small triangles on top of the head. Detail the near ear by drawing a smaller triangle within it.
4. Detail the shell. Draw a curved line across the back, beginning behind the head. Double it back upon itself at the bottom of the body. Use a second curved line to enclose the area near the bottom of the body as well as the area encircling the arm.
5. Draw Blastoise’s leg. Begin with a small circle overlapping the bottom of body and shell. Draw three claws or toes beneath it, using a curved triangle for each. Connect the toes to the circle using curved lines.
6. Draw the far leg. First, draw an irregular oval shape emerging from behind the body. This forms the armored knee cap. Below this, draw a large, rounded triangle to form the central toe, and smaller triangles for the other toes. Connect the knee, toes, and body using curved lines.
7. Erase guide lines from the head, shell, and legs.
8. Draw Blastoise’s water blasting weapons. From the border of the shell, draw one curved rectangle within another. Erase guide lines as necessary. Then, enclose an irregular, elongated shape protruding from the rectangle. Enclose two circles, one within the other, at its tip, and band it with a curved line. From behind the head, enclose an irregular, elongate shape. Band it with a straight line.
9. Detail your Pokémon. Band Blastoise’s belly with two pairs of parallel curved lines. Use two curved lines meeting in a point to enclose the bottom jaw. Place two short lines above the mouth to indicate nostrils. Enclose a narrow, curved triangle to form the eye. Draw a circle to form the iris, with a smaller circle and shaded circle within. Detail the brow using curved lines.
10. Color your Blastoise. He is generally depicted in shades of blue and brown.
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