|Date Added: February 4, 2008|
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Description: Who here loves a good plump and tasty lobster smothered with butter? I know I do, and out of all the seafood out there that can be consumed by humans the lobster is probably on my top ten list of favorite seafood’s. When it comes to the lobster I don’t know too much and I’m sure that there is nothing interesting to learn from them. I do know that they can live to be 100 years old and that they are invertebrates that have an exoskeleton. In order for lobster to increase in size, they must go through a molting process which they go through their entire lives until they die. When they are molting they are in danger and can be eaten by other sea animals like fish or other crustaceans. As we all know lobsters live at the bottom of the sea under rocks, sand, or even mud. Lobsters are a very important part of human consumption and have bought to date a total of 1.8 billion dollars worth in the U.S alone. Lobster is so expensive that I can’t even afford to by them. An interesting recorded in the Guinness book of world records is the heaviest lobster ever caught was in Nova Scotia and weighed in at 45 pounds. I can remember buying a 15 pound lobster that cost me 50 bucks like ten years ago; it was so big that I had to stick it in the oven to cook. It came out pretty good though but it was impossible to salt because in wasn’t cooked in water. I basically made this tutorial because I wanted to put something weird but good up. I know you people are thing “how to draw a lobster"? I know crazy right, but I don’t think so, come on you guys are gonna tell me that drawing a lobster wouldn’t be interesting. We all eat them, well most of humans do. Okay well in any case this tutorial contains easy instructions so you can learn to draw this sea dweller. There is a total of six steps they are pretty easy. Have fun and try not to eat your paper when you are done with your sketch.