how to draw a mako shark
Drawing  a shark, Added by Dawn, December 9, 2007, 3:06:59 am
drawing contest
NormalCompactSlideShowDraw Sheet
Uploaded: December 9, 2007
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: August 29, 2013
P.O.V: Side
Favourited: 0 times
Artist comments

If you jump into the ocean with groups of sharks, your guaranteed to get ripped apart. Though beautiful sharks often mistake humans as seals in distress. Sharks have been part of the popular wild sea life scene since the creation of Jaws. I have always loved these animals because they are both powerful and beautiful. Sharks come in many different sizes and shapes, and they even come as small to fit in a home designed salt water fish tank. One of the more intriguing things about sharks are their teeth. Shark teeth or a sharks jaw are the most powerful jaws on the planet. What makes them so powerful you ask? Well maybe the fact that both their top and bottom jaws move making these creatures one of the most feared on the planet. When a shark bites, the animal uses it’s lower jaw first and then the upper jaw. When they grasp their prey in their mouths, sharks toss their heads back and forth to tear what they are about to eat. A shark will generally swallow their victims hole most of the time. I think you guys will like this tutorial on “how to draw a shark”. I guess you can say that one should have respect for these animals especially when you’re a scuba diver or oceanographer. Peace peeps, and have fun drawing one of the most feared creatures of the sea!