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How to Draw a Crocodile for Kids

Artist: Dawn / August 15, 2011
How to Draw a Crocodile for Kids

Step 1.

Make two shapes, a circle for the head, and a smaller shape for the body like so. Have them both touching each other and add one face guide.

Step 2.

Sketch out the edgy structure of the crocodile's head and then draw in the narrow snout. Make a mouth by drawing a bottom jaw. In general, the croc's head should look like a rock.

Step 3.

Here you will begin drawing out the crocodile's body starting with the back neck and back. As you can see the lining is dented in after every hill. This pattern continues down to the tail. Draw the front part of the neck and then the leg.

Step 4.

Draw in the bump for the other thigh, and then draw out the arms and hands or feet. Draw in a lining down the tail, and then sketch in some nostrils, and a tooth.

Step 5.

Well guys, I know your having a lot of fun, but I have to tell you that this is your last drawings Step. All you have to do is draw out the high arched eyes, and then draw in the eyeball and slit pupils. Draw the stomach and add some detailing to the   

Step 6.

Here is how the drawing should come out when all is said and done. Now you can just color in this crocodile with attitude.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 15, 2011
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