You may have seen many drawing tutorial videos on the internet, with this brief and easy tutorial from our art hub, you’ll easily learn how to draw an allosaurus step by step in six simple steps. After you have finished, the drawing will look so realistic. It is a very kid-friendly tutorial that can be followed quickly and effectively. You will have ideas of how to draw these wild animals into cute drawings. To get a picture of what you will be able to draw after finishing the tutorial, an image is given above.
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Step 1: Head
Trace the head initially. Consider a peanut form, mostly with the back gone and where the neck will begin, as well as a slight bulge at the front. Over its eyes, Allosaurs featured a horn and hump like shown in the image
Step 2: Face
Now we will draw the eyes and the face by making a tiny circle to make the shape of the eyes and a line for the lips underneath the horn.
Step 3: Body
Beginning with a muscular but small neck that bends downwards, just add a little from the back of the skull and leading into a broader curve that will be the body. Create a humped upper line and a slightly straighter lower line that connects towards the tail.
Step 4: Front Legs
Sketch the front legs, which in fact, were known to be bigger than similar dinosaurs. The enormous, pointed talons on the Allosaurus’ three fingers stood out far more than their legs.
Step 5: Back or Hind Legs
Design the lengthy back legs, that have broad thighs and small lower legs. Cut the curving lines if necessary, bending for the remaining parts of the leg like thighs, knees, shins, and ankles.
Step 6: Tail
Make a broad tail that curves a tad behind the allosaurus, for them to maintain their balance, but ends in a tight edge like a whip.