26 Easy Pokemon To Draw In 2020

Drawing is one of the oldest forms of human expression. In the pre-historic era, people used to communicate with drawings. And now, in the present time, the form of visual art has become more advanced and more intelligent.

When you draw something, you analyze a lot of details and try to reproduce it. This is very different than capturing pictures with a camera. You become aware of form, color, and proportion.

Various studies show that drawing improves hand-eye coordination, sharpens our memory, and helps in building concentration power. It also allows you to express your thoughts and ideas in a unique manner.

Most people love drawing simply because it provides a lot of pleasure and relaxation. If you are one of those people and also a fan of the Pokemon universe, then you will absolutely love this article. We have listed some interesting Pokemon that are easy to draw.

Start with the one you find easiest to sketch, and as you get better, try your hand at some fairly complicated Pokemon appearances.

26. Voltorb and Electrode

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Voltorb camouflages itself as a Poke Ball and self-destructs even with the slightest provocation. Electrode (also known as Wrecking Ball), on the other hand, is the evolved form of Voltorb. Its unique white-over-red coloring is the reverse of Voltorb’s.

25. Ditto

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Perhaps Ditto is the easiest Pokemon to draw. It’s a pinkish-purple amorphous blob with a long, curved mouth and two tiny dots that appear as eyes. Ditto has the ability to transform its whole cellular structure into anything it sees, including lifeless objects.

24. Klink

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Klink looks very much similar to two mini-gears with six teeth each. They mesh well only with each other. Each gear has light gray teeth and a dome-shaped center that appears to be its nose. The white ‘X’ mark is in the place of their left eye, while the right eye has a black pupil and white sclerae. Below the nose, they have a round, open mouth.

23. Bounsweet

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Bounsweet is a female grass-type pokemon that resembles mangosteen. It has a magnet-colored body, yellow eyes, and a white skirt around its waist. There are three large green leaves and a short stem on the top of its head. It also has two tiny legs and no arms.

22. Swalot

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

It’s a medium-sized amorphous Pokemon with a purple body, yellow whiskers, and red, beady eyes. The male Swalot has longer whiskers than a female. It has puckered lips and very little hands with three fingers each. There are four black rhombi running across its waist, which can contract or expand its body at will.

21. Litwick

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Litwick is based on a lit candle. It is bluish-white and cylindrical in shape with oval eyes, one of which is hidden by a flap of melted wax. On top of its head is a purple flame, which is powered by life energy that it absorbs. The small grinning mouth and stubby hands seem to be drips of wax. And since it’s a ghost/fire Pokemon, its ethereal body cannot completely melt.

20. Bellsprout

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Bellsprout has a stem-like brown body, two green leaves, and an elongated yellow head, at the end of which appears to be pink lips. The long and flexible stem starts from two root-like legs and goes all the way up to the head.

19. Unown

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Unown is shaped like ancient writing. It has a flat eye-shaped structure with appendages, resembling a punctuation mark or the Latin alphabet. The entire body of the Pokemon is black, except for the large white eye. And despite having an eye, it doesn’t blink.

18. Sudowoodo

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Sudowoodo looks like a brown plant that has several yellow spots on its body. It has two thin forelegs, each containing three green spheres, and two short legs without any tows. It also contains a Y-shaped ‘branch’ on top of its head.

17. Porygon

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Porygon was the first artificial Pokemon to be developed via computer programming. It has a two-color polyhedral body, light-pink hexagonal eyes, a blue rectangular prism tail, and blue triangular prism feet. You can use a scale to draw it.

16. Diglett

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Diglett is a ground-type Pokemon with beady black eyes and a large pink nose. It burrows through the ground at a little depth and leaves only its head visible. Since it spends most of the time underground, its exact height is unknown. The trickiest thing about drawing Diglett is not its structure, but rather the ground from which it pops out of.

15. Dratini

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

This dragon-type Pokemon has a blue body and a white underside. The white bump of its forehead, purple eyes, and three-pronged fins on each side of its head give Dratini a unique look. They are born large, and as they shed their skin, they reach up to six feet in length.

14. Mudkip

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Mudkip is a small, amphibious pokemon with a blue body and light-blue underside. It has an orange, star-shaped gills on its cheeks and black, beady eyes. The large fin on the head acts as a radar, allowing Mudkip to sense movements within the air and water. Its overall structure looks similar to a Mexican walking fish named axolotl. \

13. Oddish

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Oddish looks like a small animated plant with a round blue body, bready red eyes, and ovoid feet. It has five long green leaves growing on top of its head, which it uses to catch light objects and scale vertical surfaces. It lives in grasslands and hides its body under the ground to fool predators and avoid sunlight.

12. Mareep

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Mareep looks like a blue sheep with wool surrounding most of its body. It always appears to be on tiptoe. The Pokemon possesses yellow and black stripes on its ears and tail, as well as an orange orb at the end of its tail. The orb acts as a small light bulb: the more electricity Mareep has, the brighter it glows.

11. Magnemite

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Magnemite is a robotic Pokemon with a spherical metal body that is kept bound together with one large screw at the top of its head and two screws at the front. The big eye in the middle launches electric attacks. On each side is a horseshoe magnet that expels antigravity, allowing Magnemite to float in the air.

10. Jigglypuff

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

The name ‘Jigglypuff’ is a combination of two words ‘jiggly’ and ‘puff.’ It is the public’s favorite Pokemon, in terms of anime and video game appearances. It has a pink, spherical body and large, blue eyes. Its body is filled with air, and the top of the head bears a curled tuft of fur. The small, stubby arms and pointed ears with black insides give Jigglypuff a cute appearance.

9. Luvdisc

Drawing difficulty score: 1 out of 5

Luvdisc is a water-type pokemon with a flat pinkish body in the shape of a heart. It has pale lips, an egg-shaped eye, and a circular mark on its checks. The Pokemon makes its home in coral reefs in warm seas.

8. Shuckle

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Shuckle looks like a small yellow turtle inside a hard red shell with several holes in it, fitting all its legs out. All shell’s holes are rimmed with light-yellow. The Pokemon likes to conceal its body inside its shell while eating berries it has stored away. 

7. Snorlax

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Snorlax looks like a noseless bear who has a teal body, cream-colored face, hands, and feet. It also has a large head and two small canine teeth sticking out from its lower jaw. The Pokemon is 6 feet 11 inches tall and weighs over 1,000 pounds. Its round feet contain a circular brown paw pad and three claws, and short arms have five claws on each hand.

6. Phanpy

Drawing difficulty score: 3 out of 5

Phanpy is a small, elephant-like Pokemon. It is light-blue in color with two red pads on its big ears and one red pad on its short trunk. It also has a tiny tail and four small feet, each having one toe.

5. Oshawott

Drawing difficulty score: 3 out of 5

Oshawott is a water-type pokemon with dark eyes and a few freckles on its cheeks. It’s an unusual brownish nose shaped like a horizontal oval. Oshawott furs cover its entire body: it has white fur on its face arms, light-green fur on its cubby torso and dark ears, feet, and tail. It also has a pale yellow scallop shell attached to its stomach called a “Scalchop.”

4. Togepi

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Togepi is a baby pokemon filled with joy. Its round, light-yellow body is still encased in its eggshell that has blue and red shapes on it. It has black eyes, stubby hands, and small thick feet with two toes each.

3. Marill

Drawing difficulty score: 2 out of 5

Marill is a small, two-legged Pokemon with a spherical body. It has a white belly, blue fur, black eyes, short arms, and round ears with red insides. The thin tail has a zigzag pattern, and at the end of it is a round ball. The ball glows when Marill attacks. And since the ball is full of oil, it helps Marill float in water.

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2. Piplup

Drawing difficulty score: 3 out of 5

Piplup is a chubby, penguin-like Pokemon covered in thick down, which insulates it from the cold. It has a light-blue body, and a while face with a small, yellow beak. Its dark blue feathers start from the head and extend around its neck and its back. Its chest contains two white ovals, and the face has a light-blue mark above its beak, which resembles a crown. The medium-sized arms and small yellow feet give Piplup a cute look.

1. Victini

Drawing difficulty score: 3 out of 5

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Victini is a rabbit-like Pokemon with large pointed, V-shaped ears and small orange feet and paws. The front of its ear is orange, while the interior is black and cream-colored. Its round bright-blue eyes are comparatively large compared to its small, cream body. Victini’s bulbous legs and arms make a sort of ‘cuff’ before ending with small two-toed feet and three-fingered hands. The Pokemon often forms ‘Victory’ sign with its hands.

Written by
Varun Kumar

Varun Kumar is a professional science and technology journalist and a big fan of AI, machines, and space exploration. He received a Master's degree in computer science from Indraprastha University. To find out about his latest projects, feel free to directly email him at [email protected] 

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