- Blue Whales can reach up to 33 meters in length and 180 metric tons or more in weight.
- They are the largest animal to have known existed.
- Long and slender, the blue whale’s body can be various shades of bluish-grey dorsally and somewhat lighter underneath.
- Blue Whales can reach speeds of 50 kilometers per hour over short bursts, but generally move at around 20 kilometers per hour.
- Blue Whales most commonly live alone or with one other individual.
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You can follow along with the video or use the simple drawing steps below the video as a guide!
Follow each of the next 6 steps to see how to draw a Blue Whale. This is just one version of how to draw a blue whale, you can find many other lessons on drawing sea life using the drop down menu above!
Step 6: Draw the final details to the lower body and you’re done!
Well Done, now that you’ve completed How To Draw a Blue Whale, considering adding some shading or coloring to make your whale look realistic! Use the picture below as a guide to shade or color your blue whale drawing.
You did it! Congratulations on drawing a Blue Whale! Your first try may not have gone as perfectly as you had hoped, but I’m sure after another attempt or two you will see a big improvement. The best way to learn how to draw a blue whale is with practice…practice…practice!
Are you looking for another sea animal to draw? How about learning how to quickly and easily draw a Dolphin?! Take a look here for another quick and easy drawing tutorial: How to Draw a Dolphin