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Step 10: Using the triangle as a guide, tighten the shark's caudal fin as well. Make sure it dips inward at the center.
Step 11: Draw the shark's second dorsal, the anal and the pelvic fins too. These look like small triangles with rounded tops.
Step 12: Using the main oval as a guide, darken in the rest of the great white shark's body.
Step 13: On the top, left side of the pectoral fin, draw a few vertical lines for the shark's gills.
Step 14: Draw a line across the great white's body to represent the shark's countershading (the split in color from the top and bottom).