How to Draw a Square Cartoon Shark

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on January 6, 2020

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This square cartoon shark likes to show off its two-dimensional body. 

The front side of the shark uses a rounded square, and and then we add two dimensions. 

We add the top dimension and then the left side dimension.

This makes us see the shark in a different angle.

How to Draw a Square Cartoon Shark

Step 1

Step 1 Draw a rounded square-min

Draw a rounded square in the center of your paper.

Leave enough space to draw the top and left side of the shark.

Step 2

Step 2 Sketch the Two Dimensional Side-min

Begin drawing the two-dimensional sides by drawing four lines to the left. 

Now, draw the top and left lines to create a box shape.

Step 3

Step 3 Sketch Three Fins-min

Sketch three fins, one on top and two on each side of the square cartoon shark.

Step 4

Step 4 Sketch Sharks Face-min

Draw a line through the center of the rounded square template.

Now, sketch the shark's face by adding the eyes, nose, and teeth.

Step 5

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Finish your painting by adding your favorite colors.

Draw your square cartoon shark with fish swimming in the background.

Fun Shark Facts

They kill More than 100 million sharks every year

Even though we have millions of sharks all over the world, we believe it that people kill over 100 million sharks every year.

This means sharks should be afraid of humans more than any other animal. 

Because of their unique body parts that include teeth and skin, humans hunt various species of sharks every day. 

Also, there has been a high demand for shark-fin soup that is usually served in high-level functions in Asia. 

Hence, fishermen in Asia are always hunting various shark species because of the high demand.

On the other hand, it is believed that sharks kill many people every year. 

Although most sharks are not aggressive until provoked, there are many cases of swimmers, fishermen, and divers being killed by sharks all over the world.

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