In this lesson I will show you how to draw a lizard. It’s a great drawing object!
I think you will be interested to know how to draw a lizard step by step, and you will enjoy doing this lesson. The image of the lizard is found very often in printed publications, as souvenirs, in the form of jewelry, and so on. You can also draw a lizard when you draw a landscape, such as a cave. This animal symbolizes movement and rebirth.
The lizard has a small body, with each toe clearly visible on the ends of the paws, the tail is long, and the eyes are on either side of the head. You can see all these features in the picture.
Here is a detailed description of each step, which includes an illustration and a short narrative. So, prepare the materials you need to draw and get started on this fascinating lesson.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Lizard
- Draw the head.
You can represent this part of the lizard’s body as an oval.
- Start drawing the outline of the torso.
From the previously drawn oval, draw a rounded line to depict one side of the body.
- Depict the other side of the torso.
To complete this step, opposite the previously drawn line add another curved line.
- Draw the eyes and make the head an elongated shape.
Use a curved line to make the head elongated. Outline small circles on each side of the head.
- Add a pair of paws.
On each side of the torso draw small lines. Paws have a wide base and narrow end.
- Draw the second pair of paws.
Depict curved lines at the bottom of the lizard’s torso, as shown in the example.
- Outline the fingers.
On each lizard’s paw, draw thin fingers that are spread wide. Use curved lines.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
Use green to color the body. Color the eyes black and don’t forget to make highlights.
The lizard is ready! I hope you did a good job and that you got a great lizard. You can improve your drawing and make the lizard more realistic. To do this, draw small randomly shaped spots on the lizard’s back, use dark green or brown. Also, don’t forget to download the PDF version of the lesson. This will help you come back to the lesson anytime you feel like drawing.
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