In this tutorial, we will share with you a step-by-step instruction on how to draw a shrimp for kids, which will definitely interest beginners and help them learn the basics of drawing.
Hey! In this lesson, you can learn how to draw a shrimp for kids step by step. In order to draw a shrimp, no special skill is required, since the whole drawing consists of light elements. As such, this shrimp drawing guide is perfect for young artists of all skill levels.
Shrimps are infraorder crustaceans from the decapod order. Most shrimp are found in seas around the world, but sometimes they can also be found in freshwaters. The shrimp has a camouflage color that can vary depending on the type of seabed environment. We have depicted the shrimp in the classic form. Anyone can draw a prawn in this way. Follow all the indicated rules of the instruction to get a more accurate image.
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Shrimp for Kids
- Draw shrimp eyes.
Draw the two eyes as two tight-fitting circles. Inside, draw small dots for the pupils.
- Draw the head.
Next, you need to draw a head that resembles a sharpened spear.
- Draw the antennae and mouth.
On the head, draw 2 rounded lines. It is also necessary to draw a smile under the eyes.
- Draw the body.
You need to draw an elongated arcuate shape, which is very similar to a boomerang as shown in the instructions.
- Add body elements.
Draw some lines all over the body of the shrimp to indicate body parts.
- Draw the shrimp’s legs.
On the inner side of the torso, draw the legs in the form of small ovals.
- Draw the shrimp’s tail.
Draw a fin at the bottom of the shrimp’s body.
- Color your shrimp.
In the wild, shrimp come in a variety of colors, including red, pink, green, gray, brown. We decided to choose a pinkish shade.
Congratulations on successfully completing the cartoon shrimp tutorial! We hope that this lesson helped you develop your drawing skills and brought you pleasure. We wish you further success in your art work!