- Blue Whales can reach up to 33 metres in length and 180 metric tons or more in weight.
- They are the largest animal to have known existed.
- Long and slender, the blue whale’s body can be various shades of bluish-grey dorsally and somewhat lighter underneath.
- Blue Whales can reach speeds of 50 kilometres per hour over short bursts, but generally move at around 20 kilometres per hour.
- Blue Whales most commonly live alone or with one other individual.
Follow each of the next 6 steps to see how to draw the Blue Whale. This is just one version of how to draw the Whale, you can find many other lessons and tutorials in our How To Draw Animals books.
Step 1: Begin by drawing the top portion of the Whales Head.
Step 2: Complete the mouth and sketch in the lower mouth.
Step 3: Add the dorsal fin
Step 4: Complete the body of the Whale but finishing the rear body.
Step 5: Draw the fins on the Tail section, add the Teeth details and don’t forget the eye.
Step 6: Add the final details to the lower body and you’re done!
Here’s a quick video lesson on drawing a Blue Whale.