|Date Added: January 30, 2010|
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Description: In celebration of the new fish category I will be submitting a lesson that will show you “how to draw angelfish, step by step”. These types of aquatic lifeforms live amongst households in freshwater tank set ups. They are one of the prettiest tropical fish species in existence which means they are very popular and you are likely to see one in a fish tank near you. Angelfish have a remarkable ability to gain attention when the shadow of a human is near it's surroundings. They act a bit comical when it's feeding time, and they are also one of the first fish to be exported from America to Europe back in 1820. When 1930 rolled around the angelfish started to be bred in the states for the first time ever and since then, you can find these tropical sea creatures in almost every pet shop, and some department stores that sell aquatic life and accessories. The body description for these animals is very simple. They have flat like triangular shaped bodies with long wispy dorsal fins that seem to extend the full length of the fish's body. They also come in a variety of colors which range from golden, silver, koi, smoky, pearly gold, black, zebra, marble, blushing, blue blushing, and veiltail. The color I drew is the zebra shade and I think it came out looking beautiful. It is going to be really simple to learn "how to draw angelfish, step by step" because this water critter has a simple shaped body concept. The more I say it the more evident it gets, I will be back soon with more drawing fun. Peace out and happy swimming.