You are closer!
In your drawing, you have the bonding electrons moving to make that pi bond. But, as that pi bond is forming there would be 5 bonds on carbon 1, which means that the water would have to be leaving as the pi bond is forming.
Your first drawing should have an arrow showing water leaving. Your second drawing should not have water, but should have a pi bond and no charge on carbon 2.
Now, if you draw what I said correctly, you can show the pi bond electrons attacking a proton in solution (which formed from the first drawing you have here), which will put the hydrogen on carbon 1. This will leave a positive charge on carbon 2, and will show that the last segment of your drawing here is correct giving the final product.