Today in this drawing lesson you will learn how to draw Xerneas. This lesson consists of nine simple steps.
I am glad to offer you this fascinating drawing lesson, in which I will be able to tell and show you how to draw Xerneas step by step. I am sure that you will like this lesson and will be very useful.
Xerneas is a Generation 6 Legendary Fairy-type Pokémon. He is the title legend of the Pokémon X game. Xerneas looks like a deer with blue and black fur. There are multicolored patches along his back that glow when he is in combat.
It has long, shiny yellow horns that shine with all the colors of the spectrum; its horns resemble the roots of a tree. Its yellow hooves are pointed, and it has a long blue and black tail.
When Xerneas is not active, his multicolored horns stop glowing and turn blue. In the gleam of his eyes, the shape of an “X”, hence the name of the game, and when he stands, his body appears to be in the shape of an “X”.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Xerneas
- Draw the outline of the character’s head.
To complete this step, draw some wavy and curved lines as shown.
- Depict the outline of the neck and chest of Xerneas.
Below the previously drawn outline of the head, draw two arcs, as well as a few curved lines.
- Add one of the front paws of the character.
Now you should depict one paw of the character using wavy lines.
- Sketch out the second front paw of the character.
On the right side of the previously drawn elements, draw a curved line, as shown in the figure.
- Draw the outline of the torso and hind legs of Xerneas.
Depict an arc as well as some curved lines to draw the next elements.
- Add the character’s tail and another hind leg.
Draw the hind leg and add the character’s tail using wavy and zigzag lines.
- Sketch out the horns.
Above the outline of the head, add the horns using curved and wavy lines of various sizes.
- Add details.
Inside the outlines of the paws and head, add some curved lines as shown.
- Color the drawing.
To color the character, use pink, purple, green, blue, and shades of gray.
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