When printing you can try choosing landscape layout for better placement on A4 paper
With the help of circles and lines, draw the general shape of the camel. It has long legs, a big body, a long neck and head. Try to use only smooth lines for the animal to be more realistic.
Draw egg-like ovals for humps. Outline the neck and long jaws. Add an eye and an ear.
Draw more carefully the eye and the ear. Outline the head with all of its features. Add the lips, which are big and very natural for a camel. The top part of the muzzle has a specific curve.
Finish with the muzzle, and proceed to the mane. Define its general shape.
Draw the fur, directing it from the top to the bottom of the head. Contour the camel’s body, and its thighs.
Work on the shape of the body. Pay attention tot the fact that the belly is fluffy and sphere-like. The thighs are close to the body. There is mane on the humps, so outline it.
When you draw the fur, draw the lock ends hanging down. After you add the thigh, with smooth lines, show its meagerness.
Drawing the upper part of the leg, add some lower mane. Proceed to work on the next part of the leg by adding big joints.
Outline long fur above the hooves. Delineate the hoofs with toes.