This article will provide a creative drawing idea for beginners looking to make a unique underwater starfish drawing. We will cover the materials needed, simple step-by-step instructions, and tips on how to make your drawing stand out.
Every kid loves underwater animals and mammals. Kids especially love starfish and they are always fascinated by the starfish. So, today we are going to turn our fascination into reality but turn the starfish into real. Let’s begin!
So, to make your own starfish, bring all these materials to the table and follow these basic steps.
Underwater Starfish Drawing For Kids
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- White craft paper
- Marker/sketch pen (Light Blue, Purple, Dark Blue, Brown, Red, White)
- Clay (Yellow, Orange, Blue)
- Googly eyes
Step 1: Scribble With Light Blue Marker/Sketch pen
Your first step is to take a white coloured craft paper. Take the white coloured craft paper in a circle shape.
After taking circle shaped white coloured craft, take a light blue marker/sketch pen. Then, scribble the light blue marker/sketch pen on the white coloured craft paper. But remember to scribble only in a particular direction, do not scribble too much, only one stroke is enough and scribble only on half-white coloured craft paper.
Step 2: Scribble Purple Marker/Sketch pen On White Craft Paper
Now, with the help of a purple marker/sketch pen, scribble on the white-coloured craft paper just where you have scribbled the light blue marker/sketch pen on the white-coloured craft paper as shown.
Step 3: Making Plants With Dark Blue Marker/Sketch pen
With the help of a dark blue marker/sketch pen make plants on the white-coloured craft paper. Make dark blue-coloured plants on the bottom of the white-coloured craft paper.
Step 4: Making Rocks With Brown Marker/Sketch pen
Now, take a brown marker/sketch pen and start making brown coloured rocks with the help of the brown marker/sketch pen at the very bottom of the white coloured craft paper.
Step 5: Painting The Marker/Sketch pen Wet With Water
Now, take water and wet the area where you have made rocks with a brown marker/sketch pen.
Step 6: Wetting The White Craft Paper With Wet Paint Brush
Now, take a paintbrush and wet the paintbrush a little and apply the wet paintbrush on the white coloured craft paper where you have scribbled the light blue and purple marker/sketch pen. Apply the wet paintbrush on the scribbled part in a way that all the colour merges together.
Step 7: Retracing The Plant Shape With a Dark Blue Marker/Sketch pen
Now, with the help of a dark blue marker/sketch pen, retrace the shape of the dark blue coloured plants which you made earlier with a blue marker/sketch pen.
Step 8: Taking A Yellow Clay
Take a yellow coloured clay and make the yellow coloured clay into a big yellow coloured ball as shown and after making the big yellow coloured ball, place it on the middle of the white coloured craft paper.
Step 9: Making Yellow Ball Into a Star
After making a big yellow coloured ball with yellow-coloured clay, turn the dough into a star shape with your hands and fingers as shown in the picture. Make five sides to make a yellow-coloured star shape.
Step 10: Sticking Googly Eyes On The Star Shape
Now, with the help of the glue, stick the googly eyes on the yellow-coloured star shape.
Step 11: Making Features With Red Marker/Sketch pen
With the help of a red marker/sketch pen, make features such as the smile of the yellow-coloured star shape to give an effect to the shape.
Step 12: Making Dotted Lines With Red Marker/Sketch pen
As a part of the features of the yellow-coloured star, make double dotted lines on all the sides of the yellow star shape as shown.
Step 13: Making Bubbles With White Marker/Sketch pen
Firstly, you need to repeat the step of making the star shape with blue and orange coloured clay and stick it on either side of the yellow-coloured star shape as shown.
Then, with the help of a white marker/sketch pen, make bubbles all over the white coloured craft paper as shown to give an underwater effect.
Your Craft Is Ready!!
Finally, your creative underwater starfish drawing is ready to be hung in your room because it looks super amazing. This drawing really looks like our imagination has turned into reality. From this art, kids can learn to be creative at their own pace and even learn different watercolour merging techniques and etc. So, you should try this underwater drawing and test your skills.
Do you want something fun for your wall too? Then, what are you waiting for, this is the perfect opportunity to add something classy and fun to your room wall. Just follow the steps and your creative art is ready.
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