|Date Added: September 13, 2008|
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Description: Okay folks here I am again on this awesome site. Today I am going to take the advice from a user that commented on one of my tutorials. This individual said that I should “do more saltwater animals in my spare time”. Well that is what I am doing for you all today. You will be learning "how to draw an eel, step by step". Everyone knows what an eel is I’m sure because they are often mentioned in polite conversation and they are also said to be electrifying if you touch them. But does anybody really know if any kind of eel gives off an electric charge if touched? The moray eel is probably the most feared out of the Anguilliformes family because they are very aggressive and incredibly dangerous. But that’s not all; these eels are fish without scales on any part of their body, and they have a thick snake like body that slivers and all. The moray eel have very different and colorful skins, in fact no two moray eels look the same. They are born with tattooed, freckled, stripped and speckled markings, and they also have different colors as well like; off white, black, chocolate brown, scarlet blue, black and sandy yellow. These eels are also very different when it comes to there size. Some are smaller or larger than others and they also have huge sized heads. There are two types of moray eel the ribbon moray and the giant moray. They have dark soulless eyes and sharp spiked looking teeth. So, are eels electric? The answer is yes but not all and certainly not the moray eel. This tutorial will show you ""how to draw a eel, step by step". The instructions are simple and the steps are easy to understand. I will be back again with more tutorials for you all to learn from. Until then see ya.