Painting Your Favorite Pokemon in Our Art Classes and Camps

As an anime fan or not, you probably came across or at least heard of the fictional creatures called Pokemon.

They became so popular you can encounter them almost everywhere: anime series, films, cards, manga, plushies, even a Pokemon-themed monopoly board game.

There’s not a “wrong” or “weird” time in one’s life to love these cute and creative fictional pocket monsters, just like there is never too late to start practicing and improving your drawing and painting skills.

So we invite you and your children to consider the idea of drawing/painting your favorite Pokemon characters in our art classes and camps.

Step into the imaginary world of Pokemon

If you or your little one are not enthusiastic about Pokemon or you might not know much about these inspiring anime series and creatures, do not worry. Their cuteness and variety will charm you.

You can learn from the basics how to draw and paint Pokemon creatures together with us, and the best part of it it’s that there are so many characters to choose from.

With many types, forms, and combinations, you can pick what Pokemon you would like to try and draw from the existing approximately 900 pocket monsters.

And, of course, students can come up with their own Pokemon-inspired character ideas and personalize the features of the Pokemon.

Our top 10 easiest Pokemon to draw

We are always doing our best to understand our students’ needs and levels when it comes to their drawing and painting skills to offer them efficient guidance and keep the learning process fun.

For those who love Pokemon but are at the beginning of their artistic development journey, we suggest less complicated Pokemon character designs to draw.

Sometimes, the frustration of not managing more complicated drawing subjects might diminish the motivation in the learning process.

We must remind ourselves to be patient and compassionate in such situations and pick challenging Pokemon creatures to draw gradually, giving our skills the time to develop.

Easy to draw and paint Pokemon creatures for beginners:

  • Voltorb
  • Ditto
  • Bounsweet
  • Oddish
  • Jigglypuff
  • Luvdisc
  • Dratini
  • Snorlax
  • Togepi
  • Piplup

10 Pokemon to draw for more experienced students

We chose some more sophisticated Pokemon character designs for those who feel more confident in their artistic abilities and have been drawing and painting for a while now.

These picks can help you decide which pocket monster to draw (we know it’s not easy to choose just one from so many options), or they can inspire you to create your unique fantastic Pokemon.

Of course, there’s room for creativity when it comes to the scenery in which you want to illustrate your preferred Pokemon and the style in which you want to create the art piece.

You can play with these aspects freely, while our instructors will be there for you to support and guide your exploration of ideas.

More sophisticated Pokemons to draw and paint:

  • Buzzwole
  • Celesteela
  • Zamazenta
  • Dialga
  • Xerneas
  • Tapu Koko
  • Gigantamax Alcremie
  • Palkia
  • Giratina
  • Kommo-o

We teach anyone from the basics

At Martin Fine Art Classes, we are open to students of all ages and experience levels. We consider students’ needs and preferences when it comes to learning how to draw, paint, and sculpt.

We work with students in not-too-big groups or individually, depending on one’s needs and requests.

Our experienced instructors quickly adapt to different personalities and artistic levels, so you can rip the benefits of a teaching approach centered on the students’ energy and way of working.

If you would like to explore more about Martin Fine Art Classes, you can check out our seasonal art camps and workshops and a more detailed presentation of our art classes.

Or you can directly try the atmosphere and compatibility with our lessons and instructors by coming to a free introductory art class.