How to Draw a Dinosaur – Step by Step Drawing Tutorial
We’ve yet to meet a child who doesn’t love dinosaurs or who wasn’t obsessed with dinosaurs at some point in their lives, so How to Draw a Dinosaur is an easy and fun way to show your kids how to draw dinosaurs. WARNING: This post contains affiliate links.
How to Draw a Dinosaur Step by Step
You can print out our printable drawing guide for different types of dinosaurs if you want to draw a dinosaur that looks like a T-rex or a velociraptor. The steps are really easy to follow, just like with our other how to draw tutorials.
It doesn’t have to be identical; it can be more boxy, round, oval, or even a mix of the two!
Draw an eye and an arch above it (like an eyebrow), then draw a line for the mouth and nostrils above it.
Continue the line on the right and draw a curved line on the left, similar to a round bracket, before finishing the face with sharp teeth below the mouth.
When you’re finished, draw a line for the back.
Draw a curved line for the face and a straight line for the eyes to tie everything together.
Draw lines from the head all the way down to the underside of the tail that follow the belly line.
Have you mastered the art of dinosaur drawing?
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How do you draw a simple dinosaur head?
- Make guidelines and draw a curve as shown.
- Continue the line to draw the nose.
- Continue the line to draw the mouth.
- Add the chin below.
- Add the top and bottom row of teeth.
- Finish the body and mouth lines.
- Draw the eye.
What Colour is a stegosaurus?
Many roadside dinosaurs I’ve seen out here in the American West are muted shades of green and brown, but there are a few exceptions, like this hot pink Stegosaurus spotted by reader David Schey at the Dinosaur Ridge visitors center in Morrison, Colorado.
What is at Rex called?
Tyrannosaurus rex, whose name means “king of the tyrant lizards,” was built to rule, with a muscular body that stretched 40 feet from its snout to the tip of its powerful tail, weighing up to eight tons and stomping headfirst across its territory on two powerful legs.