|Date Added: July 11, 2010|
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Description: How many seed Pokemon species do you know of off hand? Well for me, there really isn't too many because I haven't kept up with the Pokemon series in a while. This tutorial is going to be on a very popular seed species that is the last evolution from Bulbasaur's original form. I will show you how to draw Venusaur, step by step. Venusaur is a cool Pokemon from the grass/poison type. It takes this form when it evolves from Ivysaur at level thirty two. Venusaur looks almost like it's original pre-evolution forms, with the only difference being it's size. This evolution form of Bulbasaur is the biggest of them all, which means Venusaur moves much slower then the previous versions. These Pokemon species come in both male and female versions. The female version of Venusaur has a seed on it's back that comes out from the flower. The flower bud is now fully bloomed into a big red flower that has a total of six petals with white spots scattered on each one. The trunk is brown and looks a lot like a palm tree. The abilities are stronger, new and improved. For example, Venusaur has the ability to play with natures creations. For instance, it can make the flowers on a tree bllom, and also control the roots to use as an attack method. I have always been fond of Bulbasaur because it was one of the first Pokemon species created when the Pokemon series came out. Ash had one, and he always used it. Nonetheless, if you are a Pokemon fanatic, you will love this tutorial that will show you how to draw Venusaur, step by step. This is going to be intermediately complex to replicate, but nothing too difficult. I hope you have fun with it, and remember to rate, and comment on all the lessons you see before you today. Adios people, and enjoy the rest of your drawing day!