How To Draw A Blobfish

Drawing a Blobfish

Everyone loves a good blobfish, those goofy-looking, gelatinous sea dwellers! With their wide eyes and long snouts, they’re such an amusing creature to draw for any artist, of any skill level. Drawing a blobfish isn’t as hard as it may appear. Follow these steps, and you’ll be able to wow your friends and family with your amazing blobfish drawing skills!

Step 1: Sketch a Circle

Take your pencil and to draw a circle. It doesn’t have to be perfect – it just needs to resemble an oval shape that depicts the blobfish’s body. To add more realism to your masterpiece, you can draw some rolls in the side of your circle and add some flattering curves – blobfish can be jolly!

Step 2: Divide the Circle

Once your blobfish’s body is done, it’s time to split that circle in two! Starting at the center of the circle, draw a line that will become the division between the top and bottom part of your blobfish’s body. For a more realistic look, make sure the bottom part of your blobfish’s body is slightly bigger than the top part.

Step 3: Add Details

Once your blobfish’s body and facial division is complete, let’s move on to the details! Start by drawing the blobfish’s eyes and mouth. To draw these features, combine the use of circles, ovals and curves. For the mouth, draw two curved lines that connect the eyes to the division line.

Step 4: Color It Up

Once you’ve finished sketching your blobfish, it’s time to bring it to life with some color! Grab your favorite set of colored pencils and draw some beautiful shades on your blobfish’s body. Usually, these creatures have a pink or orange color with black spots on their face. Add a bit of white to create some majestic eyes and a splash of yellow for an iconic blobfish smile.

Step 5: Sharpen Up the Details

The last step to get your blobfish looking perfect is to define its features. Grab a small, precise pencil and go over the lines of your blobfish’s eyes, mouth, and its body details. Once you’re done, your blobfish masterpiece is ready to be put under the glass, or shared with the world!

Final Touches

To finish up your blobfish painting, you can add some shadows and highlights. Color a darker shade at the bottom of your blobfish’s body to add more depth and realism. Highlight the eyes and edges of the blobfish’s body with some shiny white to create contrast. That’s it! You’re now a pro at drawing blobfish!

Tips & Tricks

Adding some fins and bubbles will definitely make your blobfish look more realistic and attractive. To draw the fins, just draw smooth curves around the bottom circumference of your blobfish’s body. For the bubbles, draw some small circles on the top area of your drawing.

Have Fun With It!

Finally, enjoy the process of designing your blobfish! Draw with confidence, and don’t get too attached to its “perfection” – part of the beauty of a blobfish is in its imperfections. Let your imagination run wild, and you’ll end up with an artwork that you can proudly display!

Robert Ortiz is an artist who has been writing about art and design for over ten years. His writing focuses on the creative process of art, from the conceptual to the material, and highlights its importance in our daily lives. He has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at San Antonio and has also attended other prestigious art schools like Savannah College of Art and Design. He has a passion for exploring the boundaries between fine art, design, commercial work, and technology. His work extends to social media campaigns, website development, magazine articles, video tutorials and more.

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