How to Draw a Gator

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STEP 1. This is going to be one of the easiest gators or alligators you will ever learn how to draw. Start by drawing a circle for the head, and then draw an egg like shape for the body. When that is done draw two lines for the legs, and another for the long tail.   STEP 2. Now you can start sketching out the shape of the gators snout which should be long, and squared at the tip. Be sure to draw out the humps for the brows where the eyes will be housed in.   STEP 3. Starting at the front of the gators nose, draw out the bottom of the mouth, and then the very same lining will also draw the jaw, neck, belly, and tail. The back of the gator should be drawn next, and be sure to add the bumps on the back, and wrinkles or creases under the neck like you see here.   STEP 4. Draw the front and back legs which should also have the feet with four toes drawn in as well. There should also be a left foot peeking through near the head too. Draw in the eye, and slits for the nose. Now you can draw out the spikes that flow down the gators tail.   STEP 5. For the last step all you have to do is add detailing on the brow, draw in the eyeball, and teeth, and then add the skins detailing or defining texture. This includes the back grooves, tail grooves and spikes, and small circles on the legs. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.   STEP 6. Once your gator is all cleaned up you should have a drawing that looks like the one you see here. Color in this massive reptile and you are done.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.