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 a spinosaurus 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
Create the head first. Consider the face of a crocodile: broad, wide jaws that extend widely and a little crown where the eyes would be.
Step 2: Eyes and Teeth
Create the eye as well as the features of the face. Keep in mind to include a lengthy tongue and rows of sharp teeth.
Step 3: Body and Back
Make a body drawing. The spinosaurus, apart from crocodiles and alligators, possessed a long, muscular neck and a large array of spines over its back. With this portion, imagine a seashell. The spines then fade off as it gets closer to the tail.
Step 4: Front Legs
Create the legs in the front. Spinosaurus featured small but robust arms, similar to T- Rex’s, however considerably larger and with sharp claws.
Step 5: Hind Legs
Make a drawing of the back legs. These would be significantly stronger and bigger than even its arms. Divide it down into a set of bent lines for the legs, dipping for the thighs, knees, shins, and ankles. Their claws were pointed, and the toes were huge and flat.
Step 6: Tail
Now make the tail. A large tail would’ve been required for the big spinosaurus to rise, run, and hold its massive neck for all its weight. Make a sweeping, curving line that is nearly as big as its body.