Today we will draw a baby cartoon shark; This shark is easy to create and only requires one shape.
The shape we will use to design our shark is a rounded rectangle.
You can also a cylinder shape to draw the body of the cartoon shark.
Our focus is to draw the areas that make it look like a shark; For example, the fins, body and teeth.
How to Draw a Baby Cartoon Shark
On the center-left corner, draw a rounded rectangle for the baby cartoon shark’s body.
Leave enough space around the body for the shark’s fins.
Use the rectangular shape to draw the shark’s body. Measure each side to get a more accurate sketch.
This cartoon shark has only two fins, the top and rear fins; Draw the top fin with a slight angle.
Sketch the center line first; The line runs from the rear fin all the way to the teeth.
Draw the teeth and eyes as you see in the image.
Begin adding colors to your baby cartoon shark.
For added effects, draw seahorses and bubbles in the background.
Fun Shark Facts
Most shark species do not sleep
Do you know that most shark species are continuous swimmers?
Although not all species are continues swimmers, some species may die if they were to sleep and stop moving.
Many sharks need to move their bodies through the water to ensure freshwater flows over their gills.
This is to ensure the oxygen level inside the body is maintained.
But this does not mean that these swimming species cannot take a rest.
Studies show that sharks that have to keep moving can rest one part of their brain.
They can keep their eyes open and the brain active to respond to any dangers.
Also, for some, the swimming is conducted by the spinal cord.
Hence, they can move while sleeping; It is like when a man talks or walks while sleeping.
So, even though they do not have formal sleep, they have several periods of inactivity.
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Last Updated on March 11, 2021 by Tony