Every kid likes pokemon thus, today’s trial is about how to draw Squirtle step by step. Squirtle is a combination of “Turtle” and “Squirt” depicted in the famous pokemon show in the episode “Here Comes the Squirtle Squad!”
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Squirtle uses four legs to run but walks only on the hind legs. In our tutorial, we will draw happy standing Squirtle with sparkling eyes. This step by step Squirtle drawing is very easy you don’t need any extra skill to follow it.
Just take out your pencil, paper, eraser, and few colors of your choice and start your drawing. Use crayons, watercolor, pastel color whatever you feel good to deal with.
Squirtle…! we choose you to draw.
How to Draw Squirtle
Step 1: Draw a circle for the head and an attached half-round shape for the body.
Step 2: On the body part draw 2 wavy lines for the shells.
Step 3: Now, in this step draw 2 big eyes with a small round inside them to show it large.
Step 4: Below the eyes draw a broad open mouth with 2 curves enclosed with a flattened U shape. Mark nose and eyebrows with a small point-like line.
Step 5: Draw details of the belly, draw 2 cross line, and join them with a V shape from the outer line of the belly as shown in the image, it will form 4 pentagon like structure.
Step 6: Draw 2 arms on both sides of the body, to give it an angled view draw the right hand overlapping on the body.
Step 7: Below the body draw 2 cute little legs of the squirtle.
Step 8: Up to this point drawing is complete, now you can give a background to your drawing. Refer to the image given below to illustrate the background.
Step 9: Color your Squirtle drawing with your choice of colors.
How to draw Squirtle step by step
Step 1: To start your Squirtle drawing firstly you need to draw 2 circles of different sizes. One full circle and another a semi-circle attached to the first one. Draw these lines with easy hands, so that you can erase them easily while making few changes to them in further steps.
Step 2: This is an anime character thus, draw a broad large square anime eye with a round pupil in it. Depict eyebrows with fine small lines to give it proper definition.
Step 3: Draw 2 small curvy lines inside the central part of the eyes, draw a curvy line to depict the cheek on the left side of the face. With help of a long curvy line draw mouth for your Squirtle, mark 2 lines for the nose, refer to the image given below.
Step 4: As our Squirtleis in a standing position draw its forehand outlining with 2 curves on both sides of the body. At the tip of the arm draw hands depicting 3 fingers of Squirtle.
Step 5: Then we will depict its hind limb with help of simple lines. below the legs draw toes with 3 finger-like projections.
Step 6: Squirtle is a form of a turtle, thus draw its shell in this step. Draw the back of the body little curvier and add lines to form a shell-like structure.
Step 7: After completion of shell draw the stomach, again with help of a closed line draw 4 boxes forming V shape with an outer body line.
Step 8: Trace your drawing and erase all extra and overlapping lines to get a clear image of your Squirtle. Color it with imagination or your observations from the cartoon serials.
For any reference, you can easily follow the images given below for the illustration.
Pokemon is always the center of attraction for kids and depict as a water type pokemon, Squirtle is also part of many famous video games and loved by kids. Hope you did well with your Squirtle drawing. Enjoy..!
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