I suggest you complete a lesson in which I will show you how to draw a chameleon. I am sure you will enjoy this step-by-step guide.
Now you have to complete a new lesson in which you will learn how to draw a chameleon. This is one of the most amazing animals on our planet. The main feature of a chameleon is that it is able to change its color.
Skin color changes under the influence of various factors. The main reason is the surrounding area, because chameleons are excellent at camouflage. Humidity, fear, satiety, and thirst also affect the change in skin color. If the chameleon is frightened, then it can swell and increase in size.
The chameleon has an amazing eye structure. This animal is able to rotate its eyes independently of each other and simultaneously look in different directions. The chameleon has a very long elastic tongue with which he catches insects, and he does it surprisingly quickly.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Chameleon
- Draw the head.
The head of the chameleon has an irregular shape. The upper part is narrower and has a bulge.
- Add the back and outline the outer tail.
From the head, draw a long line that is directed downward and has the shape of a spiral.
- Sketch out the belly.
Draw a smooth, curved line between the head and tail to create a closed outline.
- Add facial features.
Depict the oval-shaped eye and use a short line to draw the small mouth.
- Depict the front paw.
With smooth lines draw the short paw on which there are two fingers.
- Sketch out the back paw.
Using curved lines, draw the hind paw almost the same shape as the front paw.
- Add the stripes on the body.
On the back and on the tail, successively draw stripes that are shaped like cones.
- Correct inaccuracies.
With the eraser, remove all unnecessary lines in your drawing and correct mistakes if necessary.
- Color the chameleon.
To color the body, use a light gray, color the stripes in blue.
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