|Date Added: June 26, 2010|
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Description: I was going to upload this character yesterday but I left my desk, and I never came back. So today, I will be submitting that very same lesson that I was supposed to put up yesterday which is going to be on “how to draw Articuno", step by step. This is another Pokemon character that is an ice/flying type, and falls in the Freeze Pokemon species category. This bird creature looks very much like an eagle of some sorts, mixed with a tropical style bird because of the long, one piece feathery tail. Articuno is also one of the three legendary birds of Kanto along with Zapdos, and Moltres, which makes this Pokemon species special. As for it's body design, you could say that Articuno is an enormous bird, that has blue colored feathers and or body. The darkest hue of blue is on its head, and tail. The lightest parts of blue exist on the chest and belly as you can see by the tutorial pictures thumbnail. What I like most about bird type species is that they are incredibly bold looking, and brave. Some of the abilities that Articuno possesses is the ability to chill or cool things down just by flapping its wings. It can also turn the moisture in the air into snow using the wings, and there is also some other abilities that this Legendary bird can do. Now, Pokemon are trained to battle right? Well, Articuno is one of those species that doesn't like to fight because it is used to living it's life high up in the mountains where they stay away from civilization. One thing that this bird does that is awesome, is fly. When Articunos take flight, it's one of the most amazing things a trainer can experience. No matter which way you look at it, learning "how to draw Articuno" is going to be swift, easy, and exciting. I will be back later with more drawing fun. The day is young, and all the artist here are talented even if you fall in the novice category. Have fun peeps, and make sure you come back to see what else I have in store. Adios!