While the Earth is without a doubt beautiful, there is a whole other world just out of sight – and in just a few short steps, we will bring the world under the sea to life. Let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen, and draw a small circle in the center of your page. Add a short vertical line just below this.
Switch to a black fineliner pen, and draw a large loop above the circle.
Now, draw three more loops to the right of the central one, fanning out to the right.
Repeat this on the left…
And then draw a vertical line down the center of each loop.
Add a series of short horizontal marks to the right of each of the central lines.
Now, add a curve to the bottom right-hand corner of the page. Draw a wavy line coming down from the top of this.
Now, add another wavy line coming down from the top point…
And make a few wavy marks coming in from the edges.
Now, connect this shape to the left of the original shape with a curved line. Add a tall, curved “twig” shape in the middle of the line.
Now, draw another “twig” shape beside the first…
And add another shape to the top of this. Do you see coral beginning to emerge?
Now, bring two curved lines up from the top shape, and join these with a “fork” at the top.
Bring three tall lines up to the left of this, and connect these at the top with a curve.
Now, add three more “points” to the left of this…
And add two small “flame” shapes inside the main body of this shape.
Next, add a small star shape just below the curved line.
Add a small flower shape inside this…
And then connect this to the edges of the star with short, curved lines.
Add a series of circles all around the bottom of the star, making some slightly smaller than others.
Then, create a “rainbow” shape to the right of the star and circles, with three curved lines on top of one another.
Now, add another two parallel lines to the right of this, and join them in another “fork” at the top.
Add a large “n” shape to the right…
And then bring a straight line up from the top of this, with a series of grouped small marks emerging from the line.
Draw a small circle to the right of this line. Divide this in half, and then draw small heart shapes all up the length of the line.
Now, draw two parallel, jagged lines to the right of the “n” shape, and connect these at the top with a curved line.
Return to the circle you just drew, and add a curve to the left of this. Then, add a series of long, curved leaves snaking all up the length of the curve.
Now, draw a large curved line from the right of the central shape, all the way down to the shape at the very right.
Add a few more small circles in the center…
And then add a large triangular shape, almost like a shark’s fin, with a small wedge taken out of the bottom.
Add two small circles to the right of this, and then add small black dots into the left edge of these circles – this is a friendly fish visiting your underwater paradise!
Add a series of long, curved lines to the body of the fish…
And then give him a tail by adding a curved triangle shape to the back.
Now, add a series of horizontal lines all across the back of the tail.
Now, grab a yellow pen, and draw small circles on the plant on the very left of your drawing.
Grab a pink pen, and fill in the shape on this same plant, leaving the small circles yellow.
Now, use the same pink pen as before to add a line up the center of the shape on the very right of your drawing. Add a series of slightly angled lines to either side of this, creating the “veins” of your plant.
Use the same pink pen to fill in the middle section of the rainbow…
And then use a pink pencil to shade the shape on the right.
Next, grab a red pen, and use this to fill in the top and bottom of the “rainbow” shape.
Grab a dark green pencil, and add color to the central shape.
Use a lighter green pencil to add color to the reeds on the left of this, and the stripes of the fish.
Use the dark green pencil to shade the plant on the right…
And then use the red pen to fill in the star shape.
Use a light pink pencil for the tail on the fish.
Now, use the light green pencil to fill in the round shape on the right, and the reed at the bottom.
Grab a dark pink pencil for the oval shape above the reed, and fill in the bottom half…
And then shade the top half with lighter shading. Repeat this on the circle to the left of the rainbow.
Use a blue pencil to fill in the rest of the circles with a series of lines…
And then shade the rest of the circles with the blue pencil.
Now, grab a dark blue pen, and add a series of curves in the center of the arch.
Shade the rest of this shape with a light blue pencil…
And then use the dark blue pencil to fill in the stripes on the fish.
Now, grab a yellow pen, and color the main section at the bottom, the coral on the right, and the rest of the fish.
Use a blue pencil to add a series of small dots around the right of the page…
And then use a blue pen to shade the background and create your underwater scene.
And just like that, you have brought your very own super stunning underwater paradise to life – why not take some time to learn a little more about the wonders under the sea? There is plenty to uncover!