How to Draw Incredible Ocean Animals by Kristen McCurry PDF

By Kristen McCurry

Fins, fangs, flippers, and fur. From lethal jellyfish to mild manatees, ocean animals have a few magnificent gains. notice how one can seize them on paper in precisely a number of steps. notable drawings made effortless!

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They crack open clam and mussel shells using rocks. STEP 4 FINISHED! 55 WALRUS STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 56 Walruses are perfectly suited for their arctic home. Blubber (their thick layer of fat) keeps them warm. They can also slow their heartbeats to help withstand the cold. Their large tusks look awkward, but they help with climbing out of the water. They also use their tusks to break through ice to make breathing holes while under water. STEP 4 FINISHED! 5 metres. That ’s about twice the length of an adult human.

The manta ray lives in the reefs and lagoons of warm coastal waters. It gathers plankton and small fish into its mouth using two lobes near its face. STEP 4 FINISHED! 41 MARINE IGUANA STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 42 Marine iguanas are odd-looking lizards that live only on the Galapagos Islands. These plant eaters have strong snouts and sharp teeth that they use to scrape algae off the rocks to eat. They often have white stuff on their heads. It ’s the sea salt they’ve sneezed out! STEP 4 FINISHED! 43 NARWHAL STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 44 The long pointy tusk of the male narwhal is actually a tooth.

STEP 4 FINISHED! 37 MANATEE STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 38 Manatees are large, slow-moving marine mammals that live in shallow coastal waters. They spend much of their time grazing on weeds and algae. Their grazing behaviour has given them the nickname of “sea cow,” but the manatee is most closely related to the elephant. STEP 4 FINISHED! 39 MANTA RAY STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 40 This giant kite-shaped ray swims by f lapping its fins like a bird. With fins extended, it may be 9 metres wide! Because of its great size, this ray’s only predators are large sharks.

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