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Description: This tutorial is going to be on the better half of Latios from Pokemon. Now like I mentioned in the tutorial with Latios, these two types of Pokemon are one and others mates. There is no other way for them to reproduce because Latias is a female only Pokemon species and vise versa with Latios. Both the two Pokemon have very similar special abilities. The species is said to be that of half bird and half dragon. Unlike her male counterpart, she is red on the lower parts of her body up until the mid section of where her neck ends and her stomach or torso begins. She also has a triangle like symbol on her chest that is blue in color, and she also has ears that are in the shape of triangles. There is a white pentagon shape on her red colored face as well which is different from the male version of this species. What makes her so different than Latios? Well nothing much really except for the fact that she is the only Pokemon in existence that has the ability to learn “Mist Ball”. Latias doesn’t like showing herself to humans and because of that she is always hiding in secret places and such. If you want to go on a journey to look for a Latias, to train, then you better make sure you are prepared to go scouring through isolated areas and places that no man would ever think of. You must be a creative hunter to find Latias and if not, your search could take months or even years. Well that is all I can think about saying right now for this Pokemon species, so I will leave you to this tutorial on “how to draw Latias from Pokemon step by step”. I know you will have fun with this lesson because you all loved Latios. Keep your pencils to the paper and your faces looking straight ahead. Peace out and happy drawing!