In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Poliwrath in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Poliwrath.
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How to Draw Poliwrath - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Poliwrath
This water-fighting Pokemon bares a strong resemblance to its less-evolved kin, the Poliwhirl. It has similarly structured limbs and body, but its arms and legs are much more muscular than those of a Poliwhirl. They use the entirety of their bodies to swim, allowing them to go at fast speeds and for long distances when in water. This Pokemon is also very skilled when on dry land, even preferring to live there, though they always make their homes by the edges of lakes and ponds.
Did you know?
- Poliwrath have competed in sumo wrestling matches.
- Their powerful legs can help them to cross the Pacific Ocean just by kicking.
- They can run on top of the surface of water for a brief time.
- No matter how active the Poliwrath is, its muscles will never tire.
- This Pokemon is incredibly heavy because its body is entirely made of muscle.
Additional Facts about Poliwrath: Team Rocket once tricked a young trainer into giving them his Poliwrath. They had been impressed after seeing the Pokemon in battle. They are used in many fighting competitions due to their large and powerful muscles, as they can take on just about any other Pokemon-especially electric types.