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How to draw a mermaid? Are mermaids real?

If you want to draw a real mermaid, make sure to download this mermaid drawing. From today they are, since you are now able to draw a very good looking simple mermaid drawing if you follow these steps:

Drawing a mermaid can be a fun and creative activity. Here's a step-by-step explanation to help you draw a very basic but beautiful mermaid:

  1. Start with the basic body shape. Draw a slightly curved line for the mermaid's back. From the back, draw a curved line downwards, creating the outline of the tail.
  2. Add the upper body. At the top of the back line, draw a curved line to form the mermaid's shoulder. Extend the line downwards to create the arm. Repeat the same on the other side to complete the upper body.
  3. Draw her tail. Connect the bottom of the back line with the tail outline by drawing a curved line. Enhance the tail by adding curves and fins. You can get creative with the shape and design of the tail. 
  4. Add details to the face and hair. Draw a small circle near the shoulder line for the head. Add facial features like eyes, nose, and mouth. You can give your mermaid a serene or playful expression. Draw flowing hair that cascades down the mermaid's back. You can make it wavy or add some intricate details. 
  5. Refine and add additional features. Refine the body shape and add more curves to make it look more realistic. You can add scales to the tail, giving it texture and depth. Consider adding accessories like seashells, pearls, or a crown to enhance the mermaid's appearance. 
  6. Erase any unnecessary guidelines and lines, and darken the final lines. 
  7. Color your mermaid in any color that you like. Use colors of your choice to bring your mermaid to life. Experiment with different shades and combinations to make it visually appealing. Remember, this is just a basic guideline, and you can always add your personal touch and style to your drawing. Feel free to explore different poses, tail designs, and variations to create a unique mermaid that reflects your imagination. 

Learn how to draw a mermaid in this easy step by step tutorial. This simple mermaid drawing can also be colored in or painted later! Enjoy the process and have fun with your artwork! It’s simple and easy for kids, teens and adults.

Now let’s draw beautiful mermaids!

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