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- How to Draw a Jellyfish Jellyfish is a aquatic animal with a distinct phylum & # 39; (classification of "rich") called Cnidaria. Similar appearance animals from Ctenophora Phylum are also included in jellyfish. An interesting fact about the jellyfish is that it is not a fish (aquatic vertebrate animal) as such. This spine length will soon become known, its free floating body with a compartment-like appearance. The intermediate part of the canopy is made of non-living Mesoglea (similar jelly), which is almost 90 percent water. Long tentacles (used to catch the prey) range from the central part of & # 39; domes, & # 39; which creates a subsequent structure. These beautiful and delicate animals are deadly predators. Although the structure structure remains the same, different subspecies differ in detail. Steps for drawing a jellyfish: Aesthetic appeal and complexity are often indicative of choosing a species for drawing. The following steps will teach you how to draw a jellyfish: • Model: There are over a thousand different species of jellyfish, classified as scyphomedusae, cubomedusae, stauromedusae and hydromedusae. The 200 types of scyphomedusae are usually regarded as the true jellyfish. From the visual perspective, the species varies with regard to the shape, color and structure of the umbrella. Another point of distinction is type, length and number of tentacles. Chrysaora fuscescens, Chrysaora etc. have more productive tentacles and oral arms (used for feeding). On the other hand, Aequorea Victoria, Aurelia, Chrysaora colorata, etc. have more flat and lighter bodies with small or no oral arms. Species such as Cotylorhiza tuberculata, Cannonball jellyfish, Scrippsia pacifica and so on are known for their unique structures. Once you have done your research, get a suitable picture of the animal that will be used as a reference for your work. • Basic framework: The frame design depends on the species selected. However, some features apply to everyone. Take an oval for the best umbrella part. For species such as Cannonball jellyfish, the oval should be oriented vertically. To mark any visible layers or angular views, curved partitions are used within the oval, in later stages. If your reference image allows, delimit the number of tentacles with curved lines. Sketch the rough contours of the oral arms, if any. • Detailed drawing: Define the exo-umbrella shape first. Variants, such as Lion's jellyfish jellyfish, have separate rims. Mediterranean jellyfish (Cotylorhiza tuberculata), on the other hand, has a top structure similar to a fried egg, with a hemisphere in the middle. For more opaque subspecies, e.g. Purple-striped jellyfish (Chrysaora colorata), create the pattern of the exoparaply. Tentacles can mean a boring job or a simple task, depending on which image you have chosen. Yet, each individual body is quite simple to draw. • Colors and shading: A pen sketch or color drawing is about personal preferences. However, the colors are preferred in the case of light-colored (eg Mediterranean jellyfish) or translucent (eg, Aurelia) varieties. It can still be a complicated job to color the entangled mesh of the tentacles in Lion's jellyfish jellyfish.