How to Draw a Brachiosaurus For Kids

Artist: Dawn / October 25, 2011

Step 1.

Make a medium sized circle for the head of the dinosaur and then draw a long neck line, as well as a small pill shape for the body.

Step 2.

Slowly sketch out the head of the dinosaur like so, and then draw in the snout and mouth line.

Step 3.

Draw a large eye and eyeball like so, and then make a straight lined swirl for the curl on the head.

Step 4.

Draw out the actual shape of the dinosaurs neck like so, and then draw in the short stubby legs and toes. You will also need to draw the line for the back and some of the tail.

Step 5.

We will finish off the dinosaur by drawing the tail, and the rest of the legs. Make the stomach low to the ground and then add some more toes or nails on the foot. Erase the mistakes as well as guides you drew in step one.

Step 6.

Here is what your finished drawing of a Brachiosaurus for kids. Color it in and you are all done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 25, 2011
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Description: Hello everyone, I am back and I have some fun, creative, and cute stuff coming your way to start the drawing day! Up first is a tutorial that I should have uploaded two days ago but I was totally strapped for time. I will begin with "how to draw a Brachiosaurus for kids", step by step. These dinosaurs were one of my favorite when I was growing up as a child. The first time I saw Jurassic Park I was totally blown away by the special effects that the creators developed for the movie. I literally thought that those dinosaurs where real. After I finished watching Jurassic Park, I went ahead and started drawing as many dinosaurs as possible until I got it right. That is one of the main reasons why I wanted to make a lesson on drawing a Brachiosaurus for kids. I know how hard these animals can be to draw, so here it is for your eyes only. I hope you have fun, and be sure to stick around to see what else I have up my sleeve for you all.