Make a small oval overlapping the bigger circle. Next, draw a vertical oval within the smaller circle for the thighs of the forelegs.
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Draw a second circle. Overlap it with another smaller sized circle.
Add details. On the basis of the guidelines, draw the details.
Add in two triangles for the beak. Next, draw a circle for the head, and an oval for the crown.
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Draw a small horizontal oval for the head. Draw a larger one for the body.
Join the head with curved lines as shown. Next, add two straight lines meeting at a point for the tail. Also make a small box for joining one of the forelegs.
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Draw curves connecting the head and body. Next draw the tail.
Draw semi trapezoids for the feet. Add sharp curves for the claws.
Create another slanted horizontal oval. This is for the tail.
Draw a set of ovals attached to blocked shapes for the feet.
Feathers require a lot of tone and textures which is harder for beginners.
Create an anti-clockwise rotated ‘V’ for the opened mouth, on the left of the circles.
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Overlap those with more ovals for the lower part of the legs.
Draw a series of connecting ovals for the hands. Add lines for the claws.
Sketch in a neck and thin body, using ovals. Add in feet and a very small tail.
Insert a slanted oval within the big oval for the thigh of the hind limb.
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Start by sketching a skeleton of your dinosaur. Draw a curved cross as shown.
Pierce seven straight lines on the spine. These are for the bony plates of the dino.
Sketch in a curved triangle for the wings and don’t forget to add a hand with small fingers.
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