How to Draw Bellsprout Pokemon

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Bellsprout 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 Bellsprout.

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How to Draw Bellsprout - Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Interesting Facts about the Bellsprout

Bellsprout is a grass and poison-type Pokemon that strongly resembles a flower bulb and its root. Its legs are functional roots upon which Bellsprout can walk around, and its body is a long and flexible stem that helps it to evade enemy attacks as well as snatch quickly at prey. Because the Bellsprout’s feet are actual roots, they can plant themselves into soil to absorb water and nutrients from the ground. During these times, however, the Pokemon cannot move or run away. Its yellow, bulb-like head is shaped almost like a bell and has two pink lips at the end of it. Its “arms” are large, green leaves, though they don’t seem to be very useful as actual, functional arms. This creature prefers to live in humid areas, where it is known to thrive best.

Did you know?

  • This plant Pokemon is strictly a meat-eater, dining on bugs that it traps with its vines.

Bellsprout is incredibly fast, a fact that seems to defy its thin body.Because of the shape of its bulb, Bellsprout is thought by some to be a legendary Mandrake plant.This Pokemon spews a fluid that can melt almost any substance. Pink Bellsprout are known to inhabit Pinkan Island.Arts and Crafts Activity Notes: This is a great activity when Spring or Summer arrive. Go outside and have each participant plant a small, yellow starter flower. The type will depend on what is available in your area. Head inside, and give out copies of a drawn Bellsprout to each participant. Have them color them in bright colors, not necessarily just yellow. Proceed to instruct everyone to cut out the shape of their Bellsprout, and then cover both sides of the Bellsprout with clear, durable tape. Stick a popsicle stick to the back of their Pokemon using glue or that same tape. “Plant” the Bellsprouts among the flowers that you planed earlier, placing them randomly throughout. Now you have a springtime garden where sneaky Pokemon will hide to share in the nutrients!