Pokémon are great hit all over the world. Super cute little creatures that are not always easy to paint, so let's learn how to paint an easy Jigglypuff and Charizard. I promise these will not be to hard.
Step 1 - Jigglypuff Girl Design
Now I'm taking my round No.3 brush and same pink color to add hands, legs, hair and ears.
Diamond FX White for me is great for layering so I painted eyes on top of the pink (usually if it's darker paint I remove small piece with wet wipe and then put white). Paint her mouth with round No.3 brush and Black, and add Mint Blue from the Pretty Baby Split Cake to her eyes.
To finish up, outline with Diamond FX Black and a No.1 Round Brush, then with a 3/4 Flat Brush and the Pretty Baby Cake, add some strokes or swirls, paint some music notes, add dots and starbursts and glitter or whatever you like or have time for!
Products used for Jigglypuff Design
Step 1 - Charizard Boys Design
This boy design is so much easier if you use filbert brush. I've painted the whole basic shape with Diamond FX Orange and one Medium Filbert Brush. When you are done with that, you are done with half of this easy Pokémon design.
For the belly and flaming tail use the filbert brush with TAG Yellow and a bit of Orange.
The leaf over his head is also painted with a filbert brush and the Leaf Yellow Split Cake. It's really simple long heart shaped leaf. From here it is up to you how will you finish up this design, depending on time or the kids' wishes.
I've decided to finish it up just with stenciling. If there's time, I'll paint flames around him, or ask kids what they want, what is their Pokémon super power. And that's it!
Product used for Charizard Design
On my menu board I also have these easy Pokémon designs;
Coming from the small but beautiful country of Croatia, I am the owner artist of SlikaLica. I love working with kids and putting smiles on their faces.Painting fast, simple but pretty designs is my favorite thing in Facepainting!