In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw a Pterodactyl in just nine easy steps. I am sure you will enjoy this guide and find it useful.
I suggest you complete another exciting lesson in which you will learn how to draw a Pterodactyl. The instruction includes nine simple steps that any beginner can easily follow.
This lesson will be interesting for those who study ancient animals, as well as for those who seek to improve their creative skills. Here I will show you in detail how to draw a Pterodactyl.
This is a flying lizard that lived on our planet many millions of years ago. This creature had such structural features as an elongated skull, small teeth, four-fingered limbs, wide and powerful wings, and a short tail.
The sizes of the Pterodactyl were very different. Some types of Pterodactyls were the size of a sparrow, and there were also giant Pterodactyls that had huge wingspans.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Pterodactyl
- Draw the head and torso.
Depict two ovals that are side by side.
- Add the top of the head.
Draw a smooth line from the top oval to make the pointed edge and add the curve to the neck.
- Sketch out the beak.
In front of the head add the long pointed beak and draw the neck.
- Add the eye and nostrils.
Draw an oval to depict the eye and add small nostrils on top of the beak.
- Sketch out the wings.
With smooth lines draw two wings on each side of the torso.
- Depict one leg.
In the lower part of the torso, draw the leg of the same shape as shown in the example.
- Draw the second leg and tail.
Add the second leg of the same shape and draw the short tail.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove all extra lines.
- Color the Pterodactyl.
You will need gray to color the Pterodactyl’s body.
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