This activity revolves round the drawing of a sketch of a crocodile. It is elaborate and not for beginners. Guides have been made at the start to make the exercise smooth. Children would be filled with awe at the wide open mouth of the reptile, showcasing its sharp teeth.
Step 1: Make a triangular shape rounded at the corners.
Step 2: Draw the guide for the body of the crocodile.
Step 3: Sketch a circle at the back and make the upper part of the forelimb.
Step 4: Draw arches at the ends that also act as guides.
Step 5: Shape the elongated guide for the tail.
Step 6: The guides for the open mouth is now made.
Step 7: Start sketching the uneven upper jaw.
Step 8: Make an uneven V-shape.
Step 9: Draw the triangular teeth.
Step 10: Sketch the tongue.
Step 11: Make the small eye and the folds on the snout.
Step 12: Start drawing the scaly dorsal part of the body and neck.
Step 13: Draw the clawed forelimb and the belly.
Step 14: Now comes the turn of making the hind limb.
Step 15: Make the scaly upper part of the tail.
Step 16: Shape the lower part of the tail that has multiple folds.
Step 17: Draw lines on its back and the sketch the partially visible forelimb on the other side of the body.
Step 18: Start drawing the box and eye-shaped scales on the body.
Step 19: Do it for the entire body.
Step 20: Detail the tail with tiny lines.
The skin covering the body of the crocodile is rugged and uneven. That has been beautifully depicted in the sketch. The semi-aquatic creature has a long tail covered with spiky bony structures that adds to the roughness of its silhouette. It would be thrilling to render the animal on canvas.