How to Draw a Dolphin Step by Step
You will learn how to plan the drawing of an animal body, how to make it look 3D with some basic rules of perspective, and how to shade in a basic way while using any tools you want to draw animals with!
By their atomic weight, divide each half of this nucleus into atoms.
Here are some simple steps to help you figure out what shape a circle should have – it doesn’t have to be perfect. 1. Draw a circle in the first quarter of the curve, 2. Circle the circles around the circle’s center, 3. Follow the instructions below to complete the circle.
1. Draw a row of circles until you reach the end of the row, like beads on a string.
Create a flat “face” on the front of the head by drawing an oval and adding perspective to make it look more human.
To see how they compare to the one on the right, cross the face in the middle.
It must follow the rhythm established by the football pitch’s side line, as well as the defensive and goalpost lines.
Outline the entire human body from top to bottom, following this rhythm.
You now have enough guide lines to draw the head’s details.
Draw a curve on the back of the dolphin that ends in a tiny circle, starting roughly in the middle of the body.
Between the circle and the body, draw a curve.
Attach the tail with an upside-down “T.”
In this space, draw an upside-down heart.
Under the “T,” draw two small circles.
Outline the shape that the guide lines suggest.
To find a perfect spot for the pectoral fin, use a curve that ends in an oval once more.
A part of the fin’s outline will be created by another curve with a circle.
A flat curve defines the width of the fin, which is slightly wider than its base.
You can now draw the entire fin.
Draw the other fin using the same method.
You can use a clean sheet of paper to cover the sketch if you’re drawing traditionally, or you can try to erase most of the guide lines and darken the ones you want to keep with a darker tool. Outline the basic lines of the dolphin body.
Fill in the oval of the eye with a dark shade and a speck of shine.
To highlight less prominent features, such as wrinkles in the skin, use gentler, lighter strokes.
To keep the body 3D, gently accentuate the perspective lines.
Now we’ll shade the dolphin by imagining a light source over its body and filling the shadowed area with one-direction strokes.
Change the direction of the strokes to add more levels of shading.
To keep their depth-defining function, the perspective guide lines can be turned into rough details on the skin.
Finally, use dark strokes to outline the silhouette to make it stand out.
You’ve drawn a cute dolphin! If you’re interested in learning more about these fascinating animals and their relatives, check out this tutorial: Animal AnatomyHow to Draw Animals: Dolphins, Whales, and PorpoisesMonika Zagrobelna
How do you draw a boy?
- Draw a large U shape on top.
- Add a cap of hair on top.
- Draw the face and hair details.
- Continue with the neck and shirt.
- Add shorts below.
- Draw legs and feet under the shorts.
- Add simple arms.
How do you make a shark step by step?
- Start at the top of the shark’s body and work your way down.
- Add the bottom.
- Continue the body towards the tail.
- Add a tail.
- Draw the eye, nose, and gills.
- Add the dorsal fin on top and the pectoral fins below.
- Erase inside fins.