How to Draw Lolita

Artist: Dawn / November 19, 2010

Step 1.

Draw one whole shape that is in the form of an eyeball. This will be Lolita's body.

Step 2.

Now what I need you guys to do is sketch out the actual shape of the body which should also include the dorsal fin and flippers as well as the small tail.

Step 3.

Draw out the skull shape like you see here for the head, and then begin drawing out the backbone for this dolphin or Killer Whale. Each bone should resemble a tooth.

Step 4.

To finish off our fine little female friend, draw an eyeball socket, and then the bones that make up her swimmers fin. Lastly draw a small little heart and then erase the one shape you drew in step one.

Step 5.

Here is what Lolita looks like when you are all done. Now you can go ahead and color her in just using a black and red crayon. Great work everyone, now you are that much closer to completing the Skelanimal character family.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 19, 2010
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Description: At first when I seen Lolita on the Skelanimals website, I thought she was a fish. To my amazement I found out that she was in fact a whale, or in technical terms a dolphin. Today I will fill yet another request by showing you guys "how to draw Lolita", step by step. Lolita the Killer Whale, is an aquatic animal that was once a very family oriented mammal. Like her other boney animal friends she too has a favorite movie and it's a horror flick called “The Never Ending Whale Show”. There is nothing much I can say about Lolita because her main goal even in death is to one day reunite with her family that is amongst the living. Now that she has new friends, she has learned new and improved tricks. How can an animal that spent her every waking day with her family end up a dead fish on a platter anyway? Here is how Lolita the Killer Whale became to be a Skelanimal; “Lolita swam freely in the waters of Puget Sound, where her family, friends and fresh fish abound. At the age of three she was taken away to perform for crowds to this very day. It’s been 40 years since she swam in the sea, in the hope of one day she’ll join her pod family”. Not quite sure what that means but, I'm sure it makes sense to some people. Anyways, have fun learning "how to draw Lolita", step by step. There is still more lessons coming your way, just wait and see what they are.