In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Kadabra in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Kadabra - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Kadabra
Kadabra is the evolution of Abra, and looks quite a lot different from its less-evolved self. Its colors are still black, brown and yellow, but Kadabra stands two feet taller and has a much more mighty appearance, complete with a red star mark on its forehead. Three-toed feet sport large claws on each digit, and this Pokemon also has fur additions that look quite a lot like a mustache. Additionally, Kadabra appears to always be holding a metal spoon, which strengthens its telekinetic powers. This Pokemon can also bend this spoon to use those powers more effectively. Whenever Kadabra has a headache, however, its powers can manifest in unusual ways. When Kadabra feels well, though, its psychic waves can induce headaches in others, as well as stop machinery and make clocks run backward. The strength of these waves can also be increased whenever this psychic creature closes its eyes. Every single one of its brain cells flares to life whenever this Pokemon uses its powers.
Did you know?
- The psychic waves that Kadabra produces are called Alpha Waves.
- When this Pokemon’s eyes are closed, twice as many Alpha Waves come off of its body.
- Because of its ability to produce headaches in others, it is said that only a trainer with a very strong mind can even try to train the Kadabra.
- If they do not have their spoon in hand, it’s said that this Pokemon loses up to half of its powers’ strength.
- The more dangerous their situation is, the stronger the Kadabra becomes.
Arts and Crafts Activity Notes: Draw the Kadabra, without its spoon, and distribute copies of the drawing to each participant. Have them color in the design and draw a background of their choosing behind it. Now, instruct students to paint plastic spoons a silver color using non-toxic paint, and once it dries have them glue them somewhere onto the picture-their choice. Now you have your own spoon-bending psychic!