Swordfish Drawing Step by Step Tutorial

Swordfish Drawing easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a fish for beginners and kids.

swordfish drawing

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel : Art for Kids Hub

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Now that the swordfish has a curved body position, you will start this step with just a few lines and shapes. Start by creating a slightly egg-shaped circle for its tip and then add a long straight line to the bill. Then you would draw a long curved line for the body and then a crescent line for the caudal fin. Create another line around the body line as shown in red on the left.

Step 2

How are you doing so far? Very good. You will now start drawing the guide lines for the fins and body. But first make a small circle for the eyes and then start sketching the jaw line. On the left, draw another line for the pectoral fins and then another line from the top of the head for the dorsal fin. Start adding lining to the belly and then start outlining the lining and shape of the caudal fin.

Step 3

Well, you made it to the third step, are you excited? I know I am. You will complete the top lining of the body and then the small anal fin on the bottom of the body. Next you will add the lines and shapes of the dorsal fin and then complete the pectoral fin as shown to you in red. You will add more liners to the long sword like bill and then add more face detail around the mouth line.

Step 3

You have finally reached the final step. I bet you’re relieved, aren’t you? Anyway you will end this step by detailing and defining the fins and then adding a pupil. You will draw the rest of the bill and then draw lines for the swordfish’s open mouth. Erase all the principles and shapes that you drew in step one and then continue.

Step 4

This is your own swordfish. All you have to do now is color this sea creature. I hope you enjoyed this step by step tutorial on how to draw a swordfish. I’ll be back soon so stay tuned.

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