Step 6: On the bottom, draw a curved, almost triangular shape for the narwhal's first flipper. The top part of the shape should be wide and the bottom thin. Don't close of the shape at the top. To the left, draw a smaller curved shape similar to the letter V for this ocean creature's other flipper.
Step 7: Extend the line at the top to the lower, right for the top edge of this sea creature's body. Make the line wavy. The middle should dip a bit. Sketch lightly at first so that you get the shape right. Darken the line when you get the shape right. Pay attention to how long this line is in relation to the narwhal's head. At the bottom, draw another wavy line for the rest of the body. On the right, leave a gap between the lines.
Step 8: On the bottom, right, draw a small, oval-like shape for the narwhal's first tail flipper. Don't close off the shape at the top. Draw a small, curved line at the top for the tail flipper on the other side.
Step 9: Go over the lines with a pen or marker to make your narwhal drawing permanent. Take your time and be careful when you ink to avoid any accidents. After the ink dries, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser.
Final Step: Color your narwhal drawing using color pencils, markers or crayons! Use yellow for the horn. Use dark blue to create some spots along the top part of this ocean creature's body and head. Use light blue to outline the eye and bottom part of the body. Color the rest of the body light blue. Color around the dark blue spots so that you don't mix the two colors. Don't forget to pause the video after each step to draw at your own pace. Use dark blue for the top of the narwhal's eye and light blue for the bottom. This will give the eye a round feel.