How to Draw a Tribal Shark

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For this first step all you have to do is draw out a tooth like shape for the shark's body outline.


From the shape you just made, begin sketching out the shark. Start with the nose, then draw in the jagged opening for the mouth. You will then add a fin and some of the shark's body line.


A good way to make a tribal pattern for your shark is to make the gills of the shark appear to look like cuts. Finish drawing the dorsal fin, then sketch out the entire form of the shark's body. Be sure to add some wave to the edge of the shark's tai   


And lastly, add an opening for the body, then draw a small eye. You will want to add some spots or bubbles around the shark for added style. If you made mistakes you can erase them now.


Color in the tribal shark solid using any shade you like. And there you have it, a finished drawing of a tribal shark.

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December 31, 2013

Description: Two more tribal lessons coming your way folks. Obviously that includes the one you see here on "how to draw a tribal shark", step by step. I wanted to keep the tribal design as simple as possible because I know that sometimes it can be difficult to draw tribal animals whether they be land, air or sea species. This shark should be simple enough. One of the great things about this tut is the ability to tweak it as you go. Whenever you draw sharks there is always some sort of mystery in the task. Have fun folks and be sure to stick around for one more submission.

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