In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Dugtrio in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Dugtrio - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Dugtrio
Dugtrio is the evolution of Digglett, appearing in form as three creatures who look like its less evolved version, burrowing and appearing as one collective unit. The Dugtrio can dig quite a bit further than Digglett, up to sixty feet below the surface. This can cause earthquakes and tremors. The three separate heads of the Dugtrio cooperate with one another to loosen the soil before digging through it. The Dugtrio from the Alola region look very much the same as the regular Dugtrio, with the exception of the blond hairs on top of their three heads. It is believed that this Pokemon is perceived as a god in Alola, as it helps to spread seeds and revitalize the earth.
Did you know?
- Dugtrio lives in caves and tunnels underground, though they will sometimes show up in hollowed-out trees.
- This Pokemon digs very quickly, about sixty miles per hour, when it is feeling determined.
- The triplets that make up this Pokemon never separate. It is believed that they may have a shared body, with three separate heads.
- They can burrow and dig endlessly, never pausing to take a break.
- When in battle, Dugtrio will burrow into the ground beneath an enemy’s feet, and then reappear from an unexpected direction to have the benefit of surprise on their side.
- No person has ever seen what the Dugtrio looks like underground.
Arts and Crafts Activity Notes: For this project we will make our very own Whack-a-Dugtrio game! For this you will need a large piece of project board, two chairs or stools, a popsicle stick, tape and a foam bat/mallet. Make a Dugtrio puppet by drawing, coloring in and cutting out the design of the Pokemon. Glue a popsicle stick to the back of the Dugtrio to finish the puppet. Draw three large holes in the center of the project board and carefully cut them out with a blade or scissors. Tape opposite sides of the board to the backs of two chairs, to create a playing surface that stands on its own. Have a participant crouch down underneath the board with the puppet, hand another participant the foam bat or mallet, and play!