What do you want to draw when you draw fish?
It’s up to you, and you can choose from a variety of options.
If you’re a seasoned fisherman, you probably know how to draw a large or small magnet fish, a yellow or red crab, a blue-gray crab, and a blue crab.
If not, you can make your own magnet fish.
If that doesn’t cut it, consider this handy magnet fishing shirt.
It has a magnet fishing button on the front and a magnet opening at the back.
It comes in a variety: a small, medium, large, and extra large.
Pick your size, and then pick your favorite color for the magnet.
I’ve picked a dark gray, so you’ll have plenty of room to draw the fish.
You’ll want to use the magnet for your lines, not for your fishing rod, since that will cause the fish to run away.
To draw a magnet fish: First, draw a line to the end of your line.
(You can draw a diagonal line here.)
Then draw a small magnet to the back of your magnet.
That’s the point where the line meets the magnet, so don’t forget to draw that point as well.
Next, draw your favorite colored line to one of the back corners of the magnet opening.
Then draw another line from the magnet to one side of the opening.
Repeat for the other side.
(This will cause a gap in the magnet.)
Now draw the next line from your magnet to a corner of the next colored line you drew before.
Repeat this process until you’ve drawn every line.
The magnet fishing line should look something like this: You’ll notice that there are two lines coming out of the front of the line, and that’s the line that the magnet will run to.
That line will be the “magnet” line.
If your line runs straight up and down the fish, you’ve got a perfectly good line.
On the other hand, if your line is slightly curved, or if you draw it slightly differently, you’ll end up with a fish with an odd shape, like a fish that looks like a jellyfish.
To correct the line in the fish: If you have a magnet that doesn