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Description: Well, I’m about to turn my attention from being cold, to being very wet. I received a request from a member and artist who was looking for a tutorial on "how to draw dolphins", step by step. I’m not talking about just a regular tutorial on a dolphin, I’m talking about an in depth tutorial that shows you the bone structure, the inside skeleton of this aquatic animal, and how the body parts of the dolphin should be drawn. Like the bears lesson, I wanted to create a detailed tutorial on this animal from the ocean. Dolphins are loved by children and parents alike and with good cause too. Dolphins are one of the only species of animals that has a very docile nature. They are not known to be aggressive unless they feel threatened, and they are also incredibly beautiful. These animals can be found around the world, and there are also several different species of dolphin in existence. Instead of there only being eight different types like the bear, there are actually thirty two different species of dolphin. What are the thirty two types you ask? Let’s have a look see; first off there is the most recognized of all, the bottlenose dolphin, then there is the orca which is believed to be a whale but it isn’t at all, there’s the common dolphin, the false killer whale, short finned pilot whale, humpbacked dolphin, indo pacific humpbacked dolphin, southern right whale dolphin, Commerson’s dolphin, melon headed whale, the spotted dolphin, the spinner dolphin, tucuxi, northern right dolphin, pygmy killer whale, Atlantic spotted dolphin, Fraser’s dolphin, the hourglass dolphin, and there is a few more but I’m not sure of their names. Anyways, this tutorial is going to show you in complete detail, "how to draw dolphins", step by step. Be sure to have fun with this educational lesson, and also make sure you take your time as you go through the steps, tips, and diagrams. Peace out people, and don’t swim too far out to sea.