Learn how to draw a brachiosaurus with this tutorial. I created this simple guide specifically for beginner artists.
In this lesson, I want to tell you and demonstrate how to draw a brachiosaurus. This is a broad-shouldered lizard that lived on our planet many years ago.
This animal had a massive body, a medium-sized tail, a very long neck, and a relatively small head. This is the only dinosaur whose forelimbs were longer than the hind limbs.
This huge dinosaur ate only plant foods. Due to its high growth, the brachiosaurus easily tore off the leaves and branches of plants and chewed with strong teeth. Thus, the Brachiosaurus earned its livelihood in the same way as modern giraffes.
I think that you will follow this lesson with great interest, especially since it will not be difficult at all. This step-by-step guide is adapted for beginner artists and only the most basic elements are used here.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Brachiosaurus
- Draw the head.
With a smooth line, draw the outline of the head of the same shape as shown in the example.
- Depict the neck.
Draw two lines down from the head.
- Add the back and chest.
Add one small line at the front of the body and draw the back with a curved line.
- Sketch out the legs.
Smooth lines depict the front and back legs.
- Draw the tail.
Depict two lines that converge at one point.
- Add the second front leg.
Draw the front leg, which is further away from us.
- Draw the second back leg.
With the help of a short smooth line, add the back leg, which is located farther from us.
- Draw the elements of the muzzle.
Sketch out the round eye and mouth.
- Color the drawing.
Use blue to color the torso and gray color the legs that are further away from us.
Brachiosaurus is ready! If you liked this lesson, then you can leave your feedback in the comments. There is also a link at the end of the tutorial where you can download a PDF of a short version of this guide. This will help you repeat the drawing lesson at any time.