How to Draw Jalorda, Serperior

Artist: Dawn / December 16, 2010

Step 1.

This will be very much like drawing a snake. Start with a small circle for the head, and then add the long slithery line for the body.

Step 2.

Now you will completely draw out the shape or outline of Jalorda's body like you see here. This Pokemon has a beak like shape so be sure to draw that out as well.

Step 3.

You will now draw out the curled patterns on the body, and then make sure that the patterns up near the neck looks like an open green bean. Lastly draw in the very same pattern on the head and face too.

Step 4.

Draw out more leaf like stems behind the back of the head like so, and then draw in the eye and mouth. Since this is the last step, all you have to do is draw in the buds at the base of the tail, and then start erasing the lines and shapes you drew i   

Step 5.

Here is the finished drawing of Jalorda. You can go ahead and color it in and be done with this tutorial on how to draw Jalorda.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 16, 2010
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Description: It's been a long while since I uploaded any new Pokemon characters. Now because I haven't drawn any new Pokemon, I thought I would go ahead and fill a request and make a tutorial on "how to draw Jalorda", step by step. This species falls under the grass type and is a Royal Pokemon species. Jalorda is an evolution from it's previous form Janovy. At first glance Jalorda looks like a snake like worm of some sorts and it even has the features of a seahorse, or at least to me it does. Some of the techniques and skills that this Pokemon species possesses is the ability to take sunlight and amplify it into it's body. Jalorda also has a penetrating stare. This means it's glance will stop any enemy or opponent from going any further. There is no gender differences, although I have to say that almost ninety percent of all Jalorda's are male and only about twelve percent are female. This means if you happen to stumble on one of these Pokemon, you will more likely be getting a male. Females are considered rare. Other than everything I've said, this should be a relatively easy lesson to learn from which means you will have fun as you learn "how to draw Jalorda". I will be back with one more tutorial so stay tuned in to see what comes up next. Adios people and be sure to have fun!