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Step 6: Draw the rest of the chameleon's body using a series of lines. Draw a couple of lines that connect the head to the original circle for the neck. Then add a huge arc on the left for the back part of the chameleon's body.
Step 7: Draw four angled lines under the body as guides for drawing the chameleon's legs later on. Bend the lines at the top to indicate the joints on the legs and at the bottom to indicate the feet. Pay attention to the placement of the lines along the body.
Step 8: Draw a spiral line on the left side of the chameleon's body as a guide for the tail. For a simpler drawing, you can draw a straight line for the chameleon's tail if you have room.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 9: Now draw the chameleon's facial features. First draw the eye inside the head using the lines as guides for placement. The eye is basically a circle with a line on top of it. Shade the inside of the eye except for a tiny circle that represents glare. Add a few lines under the eye as the detail of the scaly skin.