Welcome to kiddy can draw, fun step by step drawing tutorial. Today we are going to draw a more advanced drawing for our older kiddies.
So, grab a piece of paper and a pencil or a marker, and let's start drawing.
Step 1: An Egg Shell
Draw a semi circle, then close it at the bottom with an irregular zigzag to show the crack. Then draw some irregular shapes to give some texture to the egg shell.
Step 2: Face
Draw 2 small curved lines coming down from the egg shell to make the sides of the face, then draw a C shape with a small curved line at the top of it to make the nose part.
Step 3: Finishing The Head
Close the head with a couple of curved lines between the nose part and the back of the head.
Step 4: Face Features
Draw upside down U shapes for the eyes, with 2 smaller circles inside each of them, leaving some white spots for the light reflection. Draw the nostrils and a U shape under the nose to make the mouth, then draw the tongue inside as shown.
Step 5: Neck and Back
Draw a curved line coming down from the front of the face to make the neck, and another curved line going down then slightly up again then down to make the back.
Step 6: Front Legs
Draw the 2 front legs as shown with nails on the feet. Draw a curved line coming down from the face closing at the front leg to outline the neck and belly part of the dinosaur.
Step 7: The Tail
Draw a cone shape coming out from the back of the dinosaur going up to make the tail.
Step 8: The Cracked Egg
Draw a big semi circle to make the hatched egg, then close it at the top with an irregular zigzag.
Step 9: Egg Decoration
Draw some irregular shapes on the egg shell to give it some texture.
Step 10: Decorate The Dinosaur
Decorate the neck and belly with some curved horizontal lines and decorate the back with some triangular spikes.
Congratulations, now you can draw a cute baby dinosaur.
Now, grab the colors of your choice and start painting your drawing, I am sure it will be outstanding.
Tip: To show light reflection on any surface while coloring, leave a small line or sometimes circles without color as shown in the colored picture.
Tip: If you are using colored pencil and would like to achieve a 3D effect as the one in my drawing, pick a darker shade for the color you pick and go over some parts of the drawing with this darker shade as shown in the final picture, and try to blend the two colors together well on paper by easing the pressure on the pencil tip as you go towards the lighter parts.