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Lizards in Simple Terms – lizard Drawing Step by Step Tutorial

lizard drawings are an enjoyable and rewarding hobby. Like most hobbies there are a few basic steps to producing a good looking piece, and step by step illustrations can help you become an accomplished artist. Start with the basics first, learning the various shapes and forms as well as the important joints.

The first step in lizard drawing is drawing the head, or simply the outline of the head. A good technique for beginners is to draw a small circle on a flat surface, such as cardboard, and move it around the head over a period of time to get a good idea of the shape it will eventually take. Moving the circle from side to side as well as up and down helps you learn how the different angles and perspective affects the look of the lizard. Remember that the lizard has wide, rounded shoulders, narrow neck and a short tail, so keep these features in mind when you are drawing the outline of the head.

Another step in lizard drawing is to outline the body, or’sides’. This is done by making a series of straight horizontal lines to represent the joints of the limbs. You will need a ruler or pencil so you can make sure you are actually drawing the right proportion, otherwise your lizard may be looking like a big fat uncle. Start with just one side of the body, and add the other as you get more comfortable with the technique. The simple act of adding another body section as you go gives you plenty of practice and makes it easier to move from one shape to another as you become more experienced.

The next step is to outline lizard’s legs, or more specifically their hind legs. You start by making two horizontal lines representing the front legs and a pair of vertical ones representing the hind legs. These lines can then be joined to give a rough idea of the length of the limb. In lizard drawing, the hind leg is the shortest, generally between one and two millimeters, so make sure you get this right.

The last major step in lizard drawing is to draw the wings. Unlike dogs and cats, lizard legs cannot be made stiff or inflexible with conventional drawing tools, so you will have plenty of flexibility when it comes to shading and shapes. Start by tracing around the outer edges of the wings using a narrow circular arc. To make it easier you will probably want to use a small circle to represent the outer edge of the circle and a large circle to represent the inside of the circle. Next, use a narrow thin line to represent the middle of the circle and a much larger sharper line to represent the end of the wing.

In this second lizard drawing tutorial we will continue with some details on the head. To start you off you will want to draw a basic looking head, a chin and two ears. Keep the beard as natural looking as possible and try and keep the face as open as possible to reduce the emphasis of the facial features.

The last part of this two step lizard drawing tutorial is going to be the chest and legs. Start by tracing around the chest using a narrow straight edged stick and a slightly curved line to represent the chest. Then use a pencil to draw the upper portion of the lungs and use a very light flow of color on the chest to get a good idea of how it looks. Finally, finish off the chest with a feather and finish off this section with a feather on each side of the lower legs.

In the last step of this two step lizard drawing tutorial we are going to continue with some details on the back leg. To do this first draw the leg and then trace around the widest area. After that draw a line across the widest part and then another line down the center of the back leg to join up the two points. Use a pencil to make some straight thin lines to connect these two points.

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