Step 7: To the left of the dorsal fin, draw a line that curves down for the rest of the top of the body. To the left of the flipper, draw a wavy line that curves up slightly for the rest of the underside of the killer whale's body.
Step 8: To the left of the body, draw a line that's similar to a tilted and curved letter V for the first part of the tail. On top of that, draw a smaller, curved, triangle-like shape for the other side of the killer whale's tail.
Step 9: To the left of the eye, lightly sketch a big, curved, triangular shape for the orca's distinctive spot. Darken the line when you get the shape right. Close to the top of the head, draw a small line for the blowhole.
Step 10: Starting on the left side of the mouth, draw a line that curves toward the flipper for the underside of the body. Draw a long, wavy line close to the bottom of the body for more of the color separation on the underside. Make the line curved in the middle so that it looks like a wave. For a simpler version, just draw a straighter line.
Step 11: Go over the lines with a pen or marker to make your killer whale 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 orca drawing any way you'd like, using color pencils markers or crayons! Draw the bottom of the eye using black. Color the top of the whale's body black but don't overlap the eye big spot. Use dark blue and light blue to color the eye. Don't forget to pause the video after each step to draw at your own pace.
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