How to Draw an Alligator
After you’ve drawn your alligator, you can choose what kind of environment to put him in. This simple view with a slightly curved tail will always fill your paper in a pleasing way.
Draw the front half of the body and the back half with a curved tail as shown. Add teeth and back ridges, nostrils, and eyes as shown. Trace each eye with a marker and color on the animal’s surface.
How do you draw a realistic alligator?
What is the best way to draw a realistic alligator?
- Mark the picture’s width and height.
- Define the alligator’s neck and tail.
- Draw guidelines for the legs.
- Draw out the shapes of the legs and feet.
- Add a snout and a tail.
- Delineate the alligator’s toes, jaws, and eyes.
What is the difference between a crocodile and an alligator?
Alligators have a wide, rounded, u-shaped snout, whereas crocodiles have long, pointed, v-shaped snouts. Crocodiles differ from alligators in that their upper and lower jaws are the same size, exposing their teeth as they interlock, giving them the appearance of a toothy grin.