How To Draw A Fish Easy Step By Step – Aquarium drawing

How To Draw A Fish with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.

How To Draw A Fish Easy Step By Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel:  HTDraw

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by drawing the top of the fish, including the head, eyes, and mouth. Draw a slightly curved vertical line, with a small bump in the middle (line A, for example). Draw a quarter circle starting at the top end of line A, moving towards the left. Draw a curved triangle starting at the bottom of the circle.

Step 2

The end of the triangle should point inward and one side should be slightly smaller than the other. This part completes the mouth. Connect the bottom end of line A to the open end of the mouth.
Now draw the rest of the body and tail as shown in the Figure Notice that the edges of the fish are rounded, and the body is not very long. The tail is as wide as the head and curved.

Step 3

Draw the fins on the sides of the fish. The top will have a slightly larger fin, shaped like a curved triangle. Draw two small teardrop-shaped fins. Only a quarter of the sharp sides of the fins enter the body. Also, make sure that one fin is smaller than the other.

Step 4

Draw a circle on top and make a smaller circle inside it for the eyes. A small ring inside the inner circle completes the eye. Draw a half circle with the lower lip as the base for the tongue. Do this so that the fish looks like they are smiling. An upside-down tear, slightly above the eye, will be for another fin.

Step 5

Now let’s get to some details. Draw horizontal, horizontal bumpy lines of the fish. Finish the details by drawing thin lines as shown in
Once the simple fish drawing is done, color it!

Step 6

Scales are perhaps the most distinctive attribute of fish. So it’s imperative that you do it right on paper. Here’s how you can practice drawing fish scales in a box, before you try them on fish (on paper, of course!).

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