How to Draw Venusaur

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Venusaur in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Venusaur.

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How to Draw Venusaur - Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Interesting Facts about the Venusaur

It is a small quadrupled Pokémon with blue-green skin. It has a large bud on its back which blooms into a pink flower with white spots with green leaves supporting it. In the case of the female, there is a seed in the center of the flower. Mega Venusaur’s flower splits into two flowers with one at the front and the other at the rear.

Did you know?

  • When the flower blooms, it release a sweet scent that attracts other Pokémon. It also becomes stronger when it is rainy.
  • Ken Sugimori, the designer of the Venusaur stated that this was his least favorite Pokémon because it was difficult to draw.
  • The flower on its back usually absorbs sunlight in turn changes it color to more vivid and bright ones. This is their main source of energy and nutrition.
  • They remain quiet and still while absorbing sunrays and can resume their activities when the sunrays go down or when they have had enough.
  • It is the game mascot in the Green and LeafGreen games.

Additionally, it usually resides in grassland and can manipulate nature in order to provide the appropriate atmosphere for the evolution of Bulbasaur and Ivysaur.