Draw an Ornithomimus
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It turns out that a young Ornithomimus only had “dino fuzz”, while the adults grew actual feathers. How cool is … Read More

Draw a Plesiosaurus
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Technically speaking, I learned that a Plesiosaurus is often mistakenly referred to as a dinosaur, when in fact it is … Read More

Draw an Ankylosaurus
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The Ankylosaurus was a big dinosaur that featured huge plates of body armor to protect itself from attackers. Follow my … Read More

Draw a Megalodon Shark
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The word Megalodon means “Big Tooth”. How big you might ask? How about 7″ long!  These were the largest and … Read More

Draw a Velociraptor
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Next to Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor is the world’s most famous meat-eating dinosaur. To me he just looks like a skinnier … Read More

Draw a Pterodactyl
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Pterodactyls are the world’s most familiar pterosaurs, or flying reptiles. The largest species attained wingspans of up to 30 feet, … Read More

Draw a T-Rex
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Tyrannosaurus Rex is possibly the most well known dinosaur due to its huge size, ferocious nature and regular appearances in … Read More

Draw a Parasaur Dinosaur
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Parasaurs were herbivores and had large head crests they used for trumpeting. They weighed 3.5 tons, or about as much … Read More

Draw a Diplodocus
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Here’s one way to draw a Diplodocus, or Long Neck, if you are a “Land Before Time” fan. It’s the … Read More

Draw a Stegosaurus
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Stegosaurus were all herbivores (plant eaters) and featured rows of unique bones that developed into plates and spines along their … Read More