How to Draw a Reptile

In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a reptile. I hope that any novice artist can easily cope with this lesson.

So, in this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a reptile. This is a terrestrial vertebrate. Reptiles include snakes, lizards, crocodiles, turtles, and some other animals. Ancient giant dinosaurs are also reptiles. Reptiles usually have dry, scaly skin. Reptiles breathe with lungs, these animals are cold-blooded and depend on the ambient temperature.

As an example, I decided to choose a lizard. This reptile has a flexible and mobile body, a long tail, short legs that are widely spaced, each limb has small fingers. Try to depict all these features in your drawing.

The coloration of lizards is varied and usually harmonizes well with the environment. For example, desert dwellers are light in color, and lizards that live on dark rocks are dark with brown and brown spots. Many lizards are green, which allows them to camouflage well in green grass.


Coloring supplies

How to Draw a Fire-Breathing Dragon Step by Step

Draw the base.

Depict the head and torso in the form of ovals of different sizes.

Sketch out the neck.

Draw two smooth connecting lines between the head and torso.

Depict the tail.

The help of smooth curved lines depicts the long tail that is raised up.

Add the eye.

Draw a small oval on the head.

Draw the mouth.

Depict a horizontal wavy line at the bottom of the head.

Depict the front paw.

Add smooth lines down from the body and draw the paw, on which there are three fingers.

Sketch out the back paw.

Repeat the previous step and depict the hind paw in the same position as in the figure.

Correct inaccuracies.

Take the eraser and carefully remove all the extra lines in your drawing.

Color the reptile.

For coloring, you will need green and black. Draw the glare on the eye.

If you want to always have access to this lesson, then download the PDF file that I have prepared specially for your convenience. The file contains brief instructions and additional training materials.

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