In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Machop in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Machop.
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How to Draw Machop - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Machop
Machop is a fighting-type of Pokemon that has a humanoid shape with five fingers on each hand (but no toes), a stubby little tail, red eyes and incredibly powerful muscles beneath its blue skin. This mountain-dwelling Pokemon can usually be seen training itself, trying to improve its skills and build even more muscle. They are perfectionists when it comes to their techniques. Martial arts are the favorite fighting styles of the Machop, who have muscles that never tire so that they can practice all day long.
Did you know?
- Machop have the strength to throw the weight of one hundred adult humans.
- This Pokemon is very short, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in pure power.
- They train by lifting rocks in their mountain habitats.
- They will at times use the Graveler Pokemon as its barbell when working out.
- No matter how long or for how intensely they trained, Machop is never satisfied. This Pokemon always wants to push itself to its very limits and constantly become stronger by doing so.
- This Pokemon’s muscles will never, ever get sore.
Additional Facts about Machop: Machop can be quite goal-oriented and loyal, as they have been seen defending important artifacts as well as helping trainers to find lost Pokemon. They are also seen participating in fighting tournaments, like sumo matches, against other Pokemon with sizable strength. They can become overwhelmed if their combatant Pokemon is too fast.