If you have a dinosaur loving kid in your house, they will love the How To Draw Dinosaurs Tutorial, an easy step by step guide that will have them drawing a T-Rex dinosaur in no time.
We plan to meet a kid who doesn’t like dinosaurs or hasn’t been obsessed with dinosaurs at some point in their life. Talking about dinosaurs is fun, but drawing a dinosaur can be even more fun!
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Draw a dinosaur step by step
In this tutorial we will teach your kids how to draw a dinosaur that looks like a T-Rex or a Velociraptor, two of the most popular dinosaurs. The steps are really easy to follow, just like our other drawing guides, the end result should always look amazing. You can also try.
What do you need:
Step-by-step guide on how to draw a car.
Start drawing the head. Start on the far right and make an “egg” shape, not a full egg shape.
It doesn’t have to be exactly the same, it can be more square or more round or oval, it will still look good.
Next we’ll make the face. Draw an eye and an arch above the eye (like an eyebrow). Draw a line for the mouth and make the nostrils above the mouth line.
Finish the face by drawing pointy teeth under the mouth.
Next comes the neck. Continue the line to the right and make a curved line, like a round bracket, to the left.
You can’t draw a dinosaur without the cute hands, especially a T-Rex. make a hand When you’re done, draw the line for the back.
Next comes the back leg.
Bring everything together by drawing a curved line for the belly and a tail.
You already know how to draw a pair of legs, so draw the pair in the background as well.
Now draw lines following the belly line from the head to the end of the tail.
Decorate! Draw lines on the belly and stripes or dots on the back to add texture to your dinosaur.
Congratulations! You learned to draw a dinosaur! All that’s left is to color your drawing (and draw more).
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