In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Magnemite in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Magnemite.
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How to Draw Magnemite - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Magnemite
This electric-steel Pokemon seems to behave in a robotic fashion, hovering over the ground to move around and roaming wherever some magnetic force or another takes it. It has a spherical metal body with two horseshoe-shaped magnets on its sides. They’ve only got one eye to see with, and three Phillips Head screws that seem to serve no purpose at all on its body. Despite the fact that this creature seems like an emotionless robot, it has been observed as having feelings. It also reproduces, and displays the need to eat-even though it mainly eats electricity for nourishment. They are found in places with strong magnetic fields, like caves and power plants. Prior to Generation II, this Pokemon was originally classed as electric-type only.
Did you know?
- Even though this Pokemon appears to be of a very modern design, carvings of it have been seen in the Ruins of Alph, which confirms an existence of upwards of three thousand years.
- They defy gravity and mess with electrical devices through the use of their own created electromagnetic waves.
- Magnemite is attracted to any Pokemon that can produce these same electromagnetic waves.
- This Pokemon can draw metal up to three hundred feet away.
- They are pretty asocial creatures, preferring to flee if they see someone approaching. If forced to fight, they will try and disable their opponent with non-harmful maneuvers.
Additional Facts about Magnemite : The Pokemon’s ability to manipulate and generate electromagnetic waves is what gives it the ability to float in the air as if by magic. If their internal workings become broken, then they will not be able to fly anymore and must be repaired before they can ever get back off the ground. Not very much is known about the history of the Magnemite, but researchers are incredibly curious to find out as much as they can about it. The two magnets on the side of Magnemite’s body rotate, and the faster they rotate, the more powerful their electromagnetic force will become.