Let's see how creating a lizard clipart can be done in just four easy steps using basic elements and a few more complex ones. Before proceeding with the creation of this cartoon character, let's learn a little bit more about this intriguing animal ...
More than 6000 species can be found in the wonderful world of lizards. They are present all over the world except in Antarctica. These cute little animals can easily detach their tales when needed. They can be a few inches tall up to 10 feet long! Yes, some lizards can also be kept as pets.
This is the illustration you are about to work with. Nothing is complex about this character except maybe for the hands/feet and the top of the head. Ready? Let's illustrate this cute lizard now! :)
First, draw a large rectangle to form the body of the character. On top of this rectangle, draw two large curved lines as shown in the illustration below. Complete this step with the addition of a long tail made from large curved lines.
In this second step, we can work on the facial features of this adorable lizard. First, add large circular shapes to create the eyes. Inside the eyes, smaller circles are drawn to form the pupils. These pupils are slightly moved towards the middle of the illustration. Finally, a simple curved line is used to sketch the mouth.
On the stomach of the cartoon lizard, draw a long patch using a curved line. Hands and feet are done from large circles. On top of these circles, smaller oval shapes are drawn to create the fingers and toes. We are done for the drawing aspect of this character. It's now time to add colors inside the character! :)
The body of this cartoon lizard can be filled with a bright green color. The hands and the tail are also green, but a darker version of the previous color can be used. The pupils are colored in red while the eyes and the patch on the stomach are yellow. Outlines can be filled with a dark green color.
These are all four steps needed to come up with a fun lizard clipart like this one. Don't hesitate to practice as much as needed. If you prefer to work with something a little bit (just a little bit) more challenging, then please feel free to try this second adorable cartoon lizard. Have fun with both characters and happy drawing! :)