How to Draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex (T. rex) VIDEO & Step-by-Step Picture
Follow along with the video tutorial below to learn how to draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex step-by-step. All of the tutorials on How2DrawAnimals.com are good drawing tutorials for beginners and experienced artists alike. Pause the video after each step to draw at your own pace.
What is the most realistic T-Rex?
The most accurate reconstruction of Tyrannosaurus Rex ever made is on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, and according to Mark Norell, head paleontologist at the museum, the exhibit is notable for some new ideas, such as the feathers.
Why did T. rex have small arms?
The arms, which were about three feet long, had crescent-shaped talons that could be used to inflict mortal wounds on prey, and the short arm length was actually more beneficial for slashing, given the size of T. rex’s head.
What a T. rex would actually look like?
Feathers are rarely preserved in the fossil record, so they haven’t been found on a T. rex. While T. rexes were mostly covered in scales, scientists believe they had patches of feathers on attention-getting areas like the head and tail.
Did T. rex cover feathers?
Most scientists now believe that all tyrannosaurs had feathers; while small species like Dilong would have been completely covered in them, the adult T. rex most likely only had patches to show off.