Camels are fascinating, curious creatures, who are specifically designed to survive in the most unusual of temperatures and conditions – and they are well worth our time! With this in mind, we will learn how to bring our own stunning camel creature to life in just a few short steps – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a black pen to add a “backward C” shape in the left of your page, and then add a small teardrop shape inside this.
Bring a curved line across to the left, down, and then across. Hook it across at the end.
Add another “hook” below this, and bring the line across, down at an angle, and across to the right.
Bring a diagonal line down from the back of the ear, and take this across and up, then across in a wide, curved “m” shape.
Take this line down to a point, and then up to form the tail. Add a slight curve across the tip of the tail.
Return to the line on the left, and bring this down towards the bottom of the page, flare it out slightly, and then take it back up for a leg.
Add another leg just in front of this, angled slightly to the left…
And then add a third leg to the back, just in front of the tail.
Now, add a curve to the bottom of the stomach, between the back leg and the second one…
And add another leg to the back, curving this one ever so slightly.
Draw a small circle just above the line of the jaw…
And then use two curved lines to the right of this, and two above to create the halter.
Add a teardrop shape to the top right of this, and shade this in for a beady eye.
Now, add a small curve below the circle of the halter, and use two curved lines to connect this to the neck below. Add a curve across the neck to the right.
Draw a series of small triangles all across the bottom of these lines…
And then add two more circles to the bottom area of the body.
Bring two curved lines down on either side of these circles, and add three segments to the bottom to create a three-tailed shape.
Connect these with a curved line, and then add a vertical line to each, connecting them to the top of the hump.
Add a smaller square inside the larger one to create the rug.
Now, add two sets of curved lines across the width of the rug.
Add small triangles to the bottom of each line for decoration…
And add curves to the bottom of each leg for hooves.
Shade these hooves with the black pen.
Now, use a blue pen to add color to the harness…
And then a pink pen for the tassels on the rug.
Use a yellow pen for the edges of the rug…
And then an orange pen for the central section of the rug.
Now, use a brown pencil for the main body of the camel.
And there we have it – your very own cute camel, just waiting for a new adventure -but where will his tales take him?