That was a pretty cool skull huh? I want to do a variety of stuff today which is why I decided to draw some animals as well. You all know that I have an old tutorial on “how to draw a camel” right? Well, how about a tutorial that will show you "how to draw a cartoon camel", step by step. Since I already have a tutorial on a camel, I am not going to bore your ears off and talk about the same thing when it comes to facts about these massive spitting desert animals. Drawing a cartoon camel is fun, and easy. This lesson is going to be a lot easier to tackle, and complete, apposed to the realistic camel I drew almost two years ago. I always like drawing cartoon animals, it's a good way to release creative energy slowly with out veins popping out of my head from the difficulty associated with complex or heavily detailed drawings. A lot of the time I spend on my drawing stems from the coloring aspect of the lesson. It takes me longer to color in a drawing, than it actually does drawing it. Sometimes I will feel relieved when the coloring part of a drawing doesn't have to be so intense and definition filled. The cartoon camel that I will submit now, can be colored with some crayons, colored pencils, markers, or even paint. I drew the camel from the side so the artists and or viewer can get a good look at the humps and the hair that grows on the humps of the camel. I think you will have a blast learning “how to draw a cartoon camel, step by step” because in the end, you would have just completed one of the over two thousand tutorials on dragoart.com. I will be back late folks, try this tutorial out, and be sure to get creative and add a cactus or two to decorate the background. You can even turn this cartoon camel into a Christmas camel! Peace peeps, and happy drawing!