How to Draw Jolteon

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Since you are drawing an animal character, you will draw a figure that is on all fours. Start with a head shape and then add some guidelines. You will then draw out the shape of the body, and then draw the front and back leg shapes. Add the ear lines   


Using a sharp jagged stroke with your drawing tool, sketch out the electric shaped cheeks, and then draw the snout of the Pokemon. You will then draw out the shapes of the ears, and then move to the next step.


Now you can start sketching out the electric collar, and then begin drawing the front legs, and sharp looking back end.


Finish drawing the front legs and paws, and then draw the underbelly, and sharp fur on the hind quarters.


Color in the inside of the ear, and then draw out and color in the big egg shaped eyes. Add a nose tip, and then finish off this Pokemon by drawing out the back legs, and paws. Erase all the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.


In the end your character will come out looking like the one you see here. Color it in using the Jolteon's colors. I hope you had fun with this lesson, and be sure that you all join me again for more drawing fun.

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April 16, 2010

Description: Since Eevee is so darn popular, I thought I would just keep filling requests. This next tutorial is going to be on another evolution of Eevee. You will get a lesson that shows you "how to draw Jolteon", step by step. This Pokemon is formed when Eevee comes into contact with the Thunderstone. It is an electric-type species, and unlike Flareon, it has a short fox like tail, and has more fox traits than anything. The fur at the rear of it's body is spiky. This represents the fact that Jolteon is an electric type. Like with Eevee and other evolutions from said Pokemon, they can all do anything that Eevee can do, plus some. Jolteon has the capability to do electric attacks, double kick, and pin missile. This certain species has a sensitive personality, which means they are prone to become sad or angry very easily. When they do, they get these charges of power that makes the fur on their backs and behind stand up. If you are a trainer, and you're looking to capture one of these Pokemon, you would do good to look in areas where there is power plants. But the only problem with that is, since it's an evolution from Eevee, the Thunderstone is required for them to even be formed, which means not many of Jolteons are found. But you can now have one of your own because I will show you "how to draw Jolteon", step by step. I think you will find this tutorial easy to follow, and simple to replicate. I have three more lessons that needs to go up today, so stay tuned in. Peace out people, and have a fun Saturday.

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