|Uploaded:||July 6, 2011|
|Updated:||July 6, 2011|
Oh boy, I can’t believe that I’m actually submitting a tutorial on "how to draw a shrimp", step by step. To me this is actually a pretty ridiculous critter to be making a lesson out of, but I guess someone will find a use for this tutorial. Anyways you all know that shrimp are both fresh and salt water crustaceans that can be found almost anywhere in the world. Like a lot of water dwelling animals, shrimp tend to live in schools, and when they become adults, they stay close to the bottom of the sea because they are what you call filter, or bottom feeders. One of the most common things that shrimp are popular for is consumption. One of the major reasons why I am uploading this tutorial is because I thought that a lesson on drawing a shrimp would be cool because summer is here is this is the season that people tend to feast on lots of seafood, which includes shrimp, prawns, crabs, lobster, and all sorts of fish and other shellfish. One of the things I sometimes wonder is how their curled or arched bodies are able to swim through water. The fact is, shrimp swim, and they can swim pretty fast in a backwards motion. No matter if you eat shrimp or not this is an interesting lesson showing you "how to draw shrimp". Thanks for joining me today guys, and remember to keep those pencils moving. Adios mi amigos and good day!