In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Vileplume in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Vileplume.
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How to Draw Vileplume - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Vileplume
Vileplume is one of the final forms of the Oddish. Like Oddish and Gloom Pokemon, Vileplume is blue in color and is a plant and poison type of Pokemon. Similar to Gloom, this creature has a large blossom on top of its head. But this flower is much, much larger than Gloom’s-almost too big for the Vileplume itself to support it with ease! When it feels threatened, Vileploom will open its flower, releasing a very allergenic toxin that can induce paralysis. To release this pollen, it “flaps” its petals to better disperse it. If it doesn’t cause paralysis, this pollen will usually cause sleepiness, if not unconsciousness. The fluttering of its petals is very, very loud.
Did you know?
- The Vileplume is known for having the biggest flowers in the entire world.
- This Pokemon lives in grassy areas, where its flower can often be mistaken for native flowers that are growing around it.
- The larger the petals the Vileploom has, the more toxic its pollen becomes.
- You’re not advised to approach any colorful flowers in the jungles or grasslands of the world, because you never know when a Vileplume is among them. Their toxin can induce sleep and allergy symptoms.
- Once the Vileplume has paralyzed its prey with this toxic pollen, it devours them.
- Even though this Pokemon only disperses its pollen intentionally when threatened, it still releases smaller amounts of it with every step that it takes.
Arts and Crafts Activity Notes: For this project, each individual will draw a Vileplume on a thin piece of cardboard or project board. Then instruct everyone to cut their Vileplume out with safety scissors. Next, everyone should tear out and cut up old pieces of magazines, using colors that appear on the Pokemon. Have them use glue to fix their pieces of cut-up paper onto the Vileplume, and let dry. After this, place all of these unique and colorful creatures on some kind of display, such as a flowery backdrop.