How To Draw A Shrimp Easy Step By Step

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

How To Draw A Shrimp Easy Step By Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1.

Start by drawing the head of the shrimp. Use a series of straight and curved lines to enclose a rough teardrop shape. Notice how two of the curves overlap, forming the mouth. Draw a short curved line at the corner of the mouth. Also note the short lines that form a zigzag at the nose.

Step 2

Draw the eyes of the shrimp. Line the cheeks with a curved line. Above it, enclose the eyes using an inverted “U” shaped line. Cover an oval inside it to form the pupil. Glue the second eye on one side of the face. Then, use curved lines to draw eyebrows and eyelashes.

Step 3

Erase lines from behind the eyes. Then start drawing segments on the crustacean’s body. Enclose the ovals piecemeal using curved lines.

Step 4

Continue to cut the segments on the shrimp body with curved lines.

Step 5

Draw the final segments of the shrimp body. Wrap them using curves.

Step 6

Draw the tail of the shrimp. Enclose the fins using a series of curves that meet at points. Tail texture with curves.

Step 7

Draw the legs of the shrimp. For each leg, draw a pair of closely spaced parallel lines and connect them at each end. This forms the upper leg. Then extend a pair of curves from the top and let them meet at one point. This completes the lower leg section.

Step 8

Draw small legs near the tail of the shrimp. Attach a narrow teardrop shape to each one.

Step 9

Draw two long, curved lines extending from the face and curving over the head. They may look like mustaches but are actually shrimp antennae.

Step 10

Color the shrimp or the shrimp in your cartoon. When we cook shrimp, they usually turn pink or white. But in the wild, shrimp come in many colors, including red, white, blue, black, green, gray, brown, and orange.

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