Step 11: Below the gills, draw the shark's pectoral fin using a couple of long, curved lines. The basic shape of the fin should be similar to a thin, long, italic letter V that has a short line on the top left tip.
Step 12: To the left of the eye, draw a long, curved horizontal line as a continuation of the top of the head. Now add a long, curved line that connects the cartoon shark's lower lip to the pectoral fin for the lower part of the head.
Step 13: Now add the shark's dorsal fin by first drawing a long, curved, diagonal line at the top. Finish the shape of the dorsal fin by adding a curved vertical line on the left side.
Step 14: To the left of the dorsal fin, draw a long sloping line for the second half of the shark's body. Add another sloping line underneath that connects to the pectoral fin. The lines shouldn't meet on the left side. The end result should be similar to a long less-than sign (<). You can make this shape longer if you'd like.
Step 15: Draw the top part of the shark's tail the same way as the dorsal fin. Start with a long diagonal line. Then add the left edge of the tail as a long, curved vertical line. This shape should be longer and thinner than the dorsal fin.