Description: Hey folks, I’ve been receiving nonstop requests for a very popular Pokemon. Now, this little guy is one of the starter Pokemons, and definitely one of the popular ones. Who hasn’t heard of Bulbasaur, the green creature that using Vine Whip attack? I just couldn’t resist doing a chibi version of him, since I get so many requests to create this guy as a chibi. I’ve used a dark pink/purple background to accent the cute lil’ Bulba. Get yourself a pencil, paper, and kneaded eraser to prepare for this tutorial. I’ve used a cool drawing program to design the critter as well as a Wacom Intuos 4.
Description: Alright, before we begin, you may want to print this guideline and trace it over with pencil so you can have the same results as I am about to reveal. Draw a circle; you can trace around a cup, bowl, can, or any other round object you can find circular around the house. Be sure to add the mid section line to proportion each facial accurately. Lastly, draw the bottom part, sticking to the head guidelines.
Description: Next, work the essential head shape for chibi Bulbasaur. Try sticking to one side of the head, and work your way around the rest of of his right side. For some reason, drawing right to left usually works best, as you draw downwards. Your mind tends to visualize the right sides of things first.
Description: Next, work on the eyes for Bulbasaur, and work your way downwards to the "3" shaped mouth. Try keeping his eyes the focal point and keep other details smaller than the eyes. A chibi looks best with an enlarged head, and big beady eyes hogging most of the face space.
Description: Then, work on the body. Draw each line towards to the back end of the body, and slowly work into the forelegs. Remember, DO NOT add long and shapely claws for Bulbasaur. We are drawing a chibi version of him, which means, features have to be softened.
Description: We then work on the bulb that sites on his back. Be sure to keep this smaller than the body, and no bigger than half his head. Add three sprout points at the bulb to give it an opening appearance.
Description: This is what your final drawing to result to. Take your time and tweek your drawing by inking or toning up the lines. Don't claim your truly done when you haven't proofed your drawing! I hope this tutorial has filled those hungry Pokemon fans that requested chibi Bulbasaur so many times. Thank you so much for viewing and don't forget to show me your renditions!
We temporarily stopped you from leaving DrawingHub so you could confirm
The site above is not affiliated with DrawingHub in any way. Please continue at your own risk. Don't enter any
passwords or personal information from a site claiming to be DrawingHub or its affiliates.