Friday, December 12, 2014

How to Draw An Easy Camel, A Free Printable Worksheet

This free drawing worksheet is a good project for the young aritist and will help give them confidence in drawing.

Good drawing takes practice so don't give up if it doesn't look perfect, just keep at it and soon you will be drawing beautiful pictures.  Draw every day.  Come back often and try some of my other projects I have a lot to choose from.

Good luck.

A printable how to worksheet for drawing a camel
How to Draw A Simple Camel Printable Worksheet


To print the free worksheet just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems see the how to print tab above for some suggestions.

CLICK HERE to print a photo file that may work better.

This camel can be a picture from a desert scene showing some kind of adventure. It can be part of the Christmas story of the wise men who came to see the new born King. It can be part of many types of pictures. This worksheet may be helpful in home art class or drawing class.

BEGINNING
Start simple. Begin with three curved lines. One curved line for the bottom of the neck and underside of the camel. The second a curved line for the back. The third curved line for the top of the neck. The head is a rectangle.

DEVELOP FORM
Draw the legs like stick figure legs at first, so you get the pose right. Draw a line for the ground so all four legs go all the way and not too far.  Remember, the front leg has one joint for the knee, the back leg has two joints one for the knee and one for the ankle.
 
Go around the stick figure legs and fatten them up a bit. The legs are wider at the top and narrower at the bottom. The back legs are very wide at the top

DETAILS
The feet are wide and flat. There are two toes just draw a line.

The eyes have long eyelashes.

The ears are small and point back.

The bottom lip is thick.

There is fur around the hump, on top of the head, and under the neck.

Use shadow to make it look round. Shadow the legs on the far side.


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