Gecko drawing

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No, this isn’t the Geico gecko! But below are step by step directions so you can create your own gecko drawing.

To begin, look at the basic shape of the gecko. Its body could be a long, thin oval. Draw an oval for the gecko’s body.

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Next, add the head, legs, and tail.

The front legs are smaller ovals. You can make them curve if you’d like.

Each of the back legs is made of two small ovals. They are connected at the gecko’s knees.

The head is a larger curved line (almost an oval) with a rounded nose.

The tail is made of two curved lines. You can make the tail curve in any direction you’d like. Make the tail wider where it connects to the body and smaller at the end.

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Now it’s time to add the toes! Draw 5 toes at the end of each leg.

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This gecko needs some eyes! Draw two circles on the head for eyes. Color them in, leaving a small white dot in each eye as the “catchlight.”

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Now erase the lines connecting the head, legs, and tail to the body.

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You did it! For a finishing touch, you can even add spots to your gecko. Great job!

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How to Draw a Gecko

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Gecko in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

The images above represents how your finished drawing is going to look and the steps involved.

Below are the individual steps - you can click on each one for a High Resolution printable PDF version.

At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Gecko.

Make sure you also check out any of the hundreds of drawing tutorials grouped by category.

How to Draw a Gecko - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: Let's start by drawing the head. Draw an oval with a bump for the eye and leave a space for the body.

Step 2: Now draw two dots for the nose, a long line for the mouth, and two small ovals for the eyes. Did you know? Geckos do not have eyelids, so they have to lick their eyes to keep them clean and keep them from drying out.

Step 6: Last is the tail. Draw a long and pointy triangle--even longer than the rest of the body. If geckos lose their tails, they can grow them back! Some people have geckos as pets. Have your students draw a habitat in a cage for their geckos with light, plants and water.

Interesting Facts about Geckos

Geckos are medium-sized lizards. There are more than 1,000 species of geckos. They live in warm habitats all over the world, and people also keep them as pets.

Did you know?

  • Geckos can grow their tail back if they lose it.
  • The largest gecko is the Tokay gecko. The smallest is the dwarf gecko.
  • Geckos do not have eyelids, so they cannot blink. They lick their eyes to keep them from drying out and to keep them dust-free.
  • Geckos can be many different colors, and some gecko species become a lighter color in the dark.
  • In some species, female geckos are parthenogenic, which means that they can reproduce without make geckos.
  • Geckos are carnivorous and nocturnal, which means they eat meat and are most active at night. Geckos eat insects, and they sometimes also eat small mammals.

Geckos use their toes to stick to surfaces. Their toe pads have Velcro-like bristles called setae. In warmer climates, many people find geckos in their homes. They usually find these lizards walking across their ceilings. The species that is most commonly found indoors is the house gecko. People do not mind having them in their homes because they eat unwanted insects.

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How to Draw a Gecko

Learn how to draw a Gecko with this easy step by step tutorial. The toughest part might be deciding which pattern to fill him in with when complete.

How to Draw a Gecko
How to Draw a Gecko

Geckos are the most species-rich group of lizards, with more than 1,650 varieties found worldwide. They are mostly found in warm climates and live in lots of habitats, such as rain forests, deserts and even on cold mountain slopes. How long do they live there? That can range from just a few to over 25 years.

One prominent feature of geckos are the sticky feet that allow them to climb up almost type of material. While other creatures use methods like secretions or claws to attach to surfaces, the gecko uses an intricate system called “dry adhesion.” It has many microscopic hairs on its feet that give them this sticky ability.

This tutorial will help students draw the basic lizard like shape of the gecko body, with a little curve to help fill up the page. Those important toes are included, and are easy to draw if treated like lots of little fingers.

Lastly the body could be filled in to look like one of the more tropical-looking geckos, like the sample shown, or any of another species. As mentioned above, there are 1,650 to chose from!

MATERIALS

DIRECTIONS

Time needed: 45 minutes.

How to Draw a Gecko

  1. Draw the head at an angle.

  2. Continue with the belly shape.

  3. Add a curved tail.

  4. Draw the two front arms.

  5. Add fingers on each hand.

  6. Draw the two back legs.

  7. Add toes on each leg.

  8. Finish by adding eyes and stripes.

  9. Trace with a marker and color.

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