How to Draw a Megalodon Shark Head

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Megalodon Shark Head in 11 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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How to Draw a Megalodon Shark Head - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: Begin with an oval with a small shaded area within it at the bottom for the eye.

Step 2: Draw an oval around the eye, with a curved line below and to the left of it.

Step 3: Begin the head with a stretch "M" coming around from above the eye, to form a large nose. Add a comma shape for the nostril.

Step 4: To draw the mouth, draw an arched line from the nose, then bring another arched line back up from its point. This line is connected to a backwards "L" shape.

Step 5: Above the mouth, add 3 lines. From the bottom, draw a large "U: shaped line connecting to both sides of the mouth. Add a curved line below this, coming down from the left side to form the jaw.

Step 6: Just inside the mouth, trace a slightly bumpy curved line to form tee gums.

Step 7: Around both gums, draw lots of zig-zags or triangles for teeth.

Step 8: On the head, behind the mouth, draw 3 thin crescents for the gills.

Step 9: From the top of the head, draw a line back for the body of the shark. On top of that, add a trangle for the top fin.

Step 10: Draw the two side fins by adding one triangle behind the gills, and one coming out from below the jaw.

Step 11: Coming from the lower fin, bring a curved line up to form the belly.

Step 12: Your megalodon shark is now finished!

How to Draw a Megalodon Shark Head - Step-by-Step Tutorial

How to Draw a Megalodon Shark Head – Step-by-Step Tutorial