How to Draw a Stingray – Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

If you ever wanted to learn how to draw a stingray now is your chance!

We’ve come up with an easy to follow step by step tutorial that will help you draw the most adorable sting ray ever. This one is a cartoon like but with a change of eyes you can easily make it more real life too.

How to Draw a Stingray Step by Step Tutorial

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This how to draw tutorial will have you drawing a stingray in no time and it’s great both for kids and for adults.

Once you draw one you’ll be wanting to draw more and soon you’ll have a fever of stingrays (did you know a group of stingrays is called a fever?).

How to Draw a Stingray

Stingray Directed Drawing Guide

What you need:

  • our printable template (optional)
  • paper
  • marker or pencil
  • coloring supplies

Step by Step Easy Stingray Drawing Tutorial

Step 1

Start by drawing a curvy shape – you can rotate the paper and draw a letter S to make things easier.

Step 2

Starting from the left endpoint of the curve you drew, draw a line, slightly curved in the start and somewhat straight from there on.

Step 2

Step 3

Draw the eyes. Also draw a curvy line inside the right curve of the S shape you started with.

Step 3

Step 4

From the far right endpoint draw a line (mirror J).

Step 4

Step 5

Draw fins! Make a U shape, connecting the end points on the bottom. And another on the top.

Also draw a line from the end of the tail close to the head.

Step 5

Step 6

You can also draw a few dots on the stingray’s fins.

Congratulations! You have learned how to draw a stingray.

Step 6

Step 7

Last but not least, bring life to your picture by coloring it.

Finished Stingray

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