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Description: Now for the second installment of the other Pokemon character that I am going to now show you how to draw. It's species name is “Marshtomp”, and again it is a water type Pokemon. This creature is what you call a mud fish, and because of that they have incredible water or mud, abilities. If you look at their image you can see how much Marshtomp looks like a fish in many ways. First off, they have these fins on their heads, and behind their body. Also, the arms and hands look more like flippers than they do paws or something of that nature. They have light colored blue bodies, with orange colored eyes, cheeks, and stomach. The fin like attachments are a darker shade of greenish blue color. As for this Pokemon species abilities, they are all mud based, or revolve around mud. Let's put it this way, even though Marshtomp is a water type Pokemon, he can pretty much move through mud faster than they can water. Another thing I'd like to point out as well. You may find me calling this Pokemon a “he”. This is because like most other species, they too are mostly male. There is a good possibility that if you happen to pick-up a Marshtomp, you're probably getting a male. Anyway, this type is pretty cool, and even though I don't watch Pokemon that much, I still find certain species interesting and cool. Have fun learning "how to draw Marshtomp", and make sure you join me again for another fun filled lesson here on "Dragaort.com”.