In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Seel 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 Seel.
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How to Draw Seel - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Seel
Seel is water-type Pokemon that bares a strong resemblance to its namesake, the seal. However, unlike our seals, this Seel is covered in a blue-white fur. It has a tan-colored maw, from which two lower tusks stick out. Additionally, this Pokemon also has a horn on top of its head that it uses to shatter ice when it is swimming in its favorite frigid, ice-cold waters. The small black nose of the Seel can close while it is swimming, to keep water from getting inside of it. They have two flippers extending from their chest, and two more at the end of their tail, which functions as a powerful tool for swimming. They love swimming in the coldest of waters, becoming even more active when the temperature drops even further. They even have a nocturnal sleep pattern, because it is so much colder at night once the sun goes down.
Did you know?
- If Seel needs to breathe when underwater, it will punch a hole in the ice above it with its horn.
- They like to sleep on beds of seaweed in shallow water.
- When hunting, the Seel will always look for prey beneath the sheets of ice that are floating in the ocean.
- It’s tusks are also useful for breaking ice that separates them from the surface when they are in need to breathe.
- When the tail of this Pokemon is raised, it strongly resembles a water spout.
Additional Facts about Seel : The hide of this creature is very thick, to help insulate the Seel and keep it comfortable while swimming through the ice-cold waters of their preferred habitat. They adore being in deep, cold bodies of water, and are not exactly graceful when forced to be on dry land for any reason. However, when it is in the water, you’d be hard pressed to find a Pokemon more graceful and beautiful to watch than the Seel.