In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Grimer in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Grimer - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Grimer
Grimer is a foul-smelling, blob-looking poison Pokemon. The Alolan variant of this species is green with a yellow sludge coming out of its mouth, while the regular version of the Grimer is uniformly purple. While they do not have any visible legs, they do have short arms that have three fingers on each hand. Most bothersome about this Pokemon, though, is how it leaks a bacterial-laden sludge wherever it goes. This bacteria is so strong and nasty that it kills the ground that it touches, making the area inhospitable to plant life. It often loses pieces of itself while slinking around, but it doesn’t bother the Grimer. In fact, where a piece falls, another Grimer will soon grow.
Did you know?
- Because Grimer has no real solid form, it can fit into most any spaces with ease.
- When two Grimer combine their bodies, they create new toxic compounds.
- They will sometimes slither into sewage pipes and feed on the liquid waste inside.
- Grimer will consume any form of waste.
- They can be found most often in polluted bodies of water, as well as in cities, especially near factories that produce a lot of waste.
Additional Facts about Grimer : Grimer was introduced to the Alola region in response to the increased amount of waste caused by the rising population of Alola. Here, the Grimer population has minimal liquid waste to consume and has sustained itself on solid waste and garbage, which is responsible for its different form. This variant of the Pokemon has two “teeth” coming from its upper jaw, but they aren’t really teeth at all. These are crystallized toxins that are caused by the garbage that it eats, and are toxic to the touch. Lethal poison comes out of the Alola Grimer’s mouth when these teeth fall out. Because it does not consume liquid waste, the Alola variant of Grimer does not have the same foul odor as the original.