|Date Added: August 29, 2010|
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Description: In light of the fact that I haven’t uploaded any drawing lessons on different Pokemon characters, I figured I would fill a request and get one submitted today. For my third tutorial, I will be teaching you Pokemon fanatics, “how to draw Gallade”, step by step. Now this odd looking species reminds me a lot of a strong stick figure because of the shapes of his arms, hips, and legs. These Pokemon evolve from the male version of Kirlia, but only when Kirlia is exposed to the radiation of the Dawn Stone, which is nothing more then an evolutionary stone that causes some species to evolve into other forms. Anyway, this creature is from the psychic/fighting type, and they belong to the Blade Pokemon species. The Gallade come only in male form which means there is no females in existence. They are predominantly all white in color, displaying green coloring on the head, torso, and arms. It also has a dark reddish color in the middle of the torso as well. The awesome thing about owning one of these Pokemon is the fact they have abilities like Leaf Blade, Night Slash, and Psycho Cut. All these attacks are performed using it’s blade like arms. Anyways, whenever you draw Pokemon characters you have to keep in mind that each one is drawn differently, because they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Starting this drawing lesson that will teach you "how to draw Gallade", should be relatively easy because there is only five steps to tackle and complete. Some of you new Dragoart members may not know, but I use a program called Photoshop CS3, and a Wacom Intuitus 3 tablet. These awesome drawing tools enable me to sketch, draw, and color out all the drawing tutorials you see here on the site that are drawn by me. Of course using a tablet takes a lot of practice, and most of all, patience. If you would like to see one of your favorite Pokemon creatures brought to life in a lesson, just let me know. Well, I guess that does it for this tutorial. I will be back with one more submission that will definitely aid you into drawing anime a whole lot better. Peace guys!