Too many people think that sharks are mean, frightening, and unapproachable – but this is far from the case, and we have the cutest shark you ever saw to prove it – read on to meet him and bring him to life!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and draw a wavy line across your page.
Add a curved line to the bottom of the right side. Then, return to the left side, and bring a curved line down, and then across to the right, leaving a small gap between this and the line beside it.
In the gap, add a small, pointed fin. Continue the bottom curve on the other side of this.
Add a large, curved half-circle shape to the end of the first line, and add a mark to the end of this to create a mouth.
Fill this mouth with triangles for those razor-sharp teeth…
And then use a black pen to add a curved line to the bottom of the mouth.
Add a curved line above the mouth, and take this down, in, and across to meet the fin.
Add three curved lines above the fin, decreasing these in size as they head to the right.
Add two more fins to the end of the tail for that distinctive shark tail.
Add a pointed fin to the bottom of the body, and then add a looped fin to the top of the body.
Add a small oval-shaped eye to the front of the face, and place a curve directly below this, and one above the top of the head.
Add three small circles emerging from the nose, and add a small mark inside each of these.
Grab a dark blue pen, and shade the fins, the bottom of the tail, and the space above the teeth and curving down the side.
Use a blue pen to shade the rest of the top of the shark.
Use a gray pen to shade most of the bottom, leaving a curved shape in the center.
Use the blue pen to shade the bubbles at the top…
And then the red pen for the mouth of the shark.
And there we have it – a shark who is far more friendly than frightening, and who is just looking for a friend; are you brave enough to oblige?