If you want to learn how to draw animals, then you have to consider the Great White Shark.
In this step by step drawing demonstration, you will learn how to draw a Great White Shark. Sharks are scary to most people. So, what’s the scariest shark around? Well, the Great White shark of course. Who doesn’t want to know how to draw the scariest shark around? In this post, we’ll learn how to draw a Great White from a 3/4 view. I hope you never see this shark in the water in this manner without a cage! Let’s get to the drawing…
Begin the drawing by drawing a large oval. This oval will be the body of the Great White. Add a line to the left of the oval for the snout of the shark and add a line on the right of the oval for the tail end of the shark. Remember to keep your lines light in the beginning of your drawing.
Now draw the dorsal fin on the Great White. Notice how the dorsal fin shape is actually closer to the rear of the shark. Also, draw the shape for the tail of the shark. Draw a shape coming from the bottom of the shark to represent the right bottom fin.
Now you can begin to add some character to the Great White shark by adding the eye and a line like the one in the picture for the mouth. Also, draw a shape like the one seen here to represent the left fin. Notice how long the left fin is compared to the right fin.
Can you see the shark yet? In this step of the drawing, you’ll want to add a small line to indicate the bottom jaw of the beast. Also draw a random line down the middle of the body of the Great White. This line will indicate where the gray part of the upper body meets the white underbelly. Add a couple of small fins towards the back of the shark as well.
Now you have enough information to finish the drawing. You can go over some of your lines and make them darker and erase any lines that you don’t need any more. Don’t forget to add some teeth! You can also add some gills. Be sure to make that eye really black and scary. You can also color the Great White shark or add some shadowing to make him look more realistic. That’s how to draw a Great White Shark. Pretty easy-right?