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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Free How To Draw An Australian Frilled Lizard Worksheet

This free printable how to draw and Australian frilled lizard worksheet is one that I designed and use with my own art students. It gives the young artist confidence in drawing.Teachers, parents and home-school families will find many ways to use this project in class and at home. It can be a lesson by itself or used for extra time, or given out as a take home project.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your sketch of the frilled lizard does not work out the way your hoped do not give up. You are learning to draw and no one is as hard on themselves as a real artist so it just shows you are artistically inclined. Keep drawing every day, you can come back to this blog and print off other drawing lessons and try them if you do you will soon be an artist.Some people are gifted at drawing animals and some are gifted at drawing people or the ocean, so try different subjects and soon you will find out where your gift is.

To print the worksheet above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to a word doc and print from there. Sometimes the margins are off but you can fix that in your toolbar. You can save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing see the how to print tab above for some tips or try one of the updated links below that might work better.

How to Draw a Frilled Lizard, free worksheet.
.Here are two links that may work better

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in universal portable format.


This lizard is mostly the frill and the head, so we will start there. The head is shaped like a square on top of a diamond. The top of the head is the eyebrows and they are two slightly curving lines going down to the middle. The eyes are circles under the eyebrow and curve outward. The mouth has a diamond shape inside, inside the top half of the mouth is all in shadow. The teeth are very small and are only little bumps along the edge of the mouth.

The frill is shaped like two circles on each side of the head. There are folds going from the edge of the frill almost to the face, some may go all the way. The outside edge of the frill is wavy and wrinkly.

The body is very simple it is two long lines that get closer to each other until they touch at the tip of the tail. The legs are very skinny, they stick out at the sides. The feet have two thumbs each and the other fingers are very long.

Some frilled lizards have a lot of colors some do not.

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