How to draw Archaeopteryx Dinosaur step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Archeopteryx is a genus of transitional dinosaurs between feathered dinosaurs and modern birds.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Draw an egg tilted towards it to make the body. Make a horizontal tear for the head. Connect the head and body with some curves to make the neck.
Draw two wings spread out from the body. Adding the tail shape, this shape slightly protrudes from the body and ends with a soft spot.
Draw a small, narrow triangle, round for lower jaw. Makes three curved shapes at the front points of the wing for the claw. Make a pear against the thigh, and draw a claw at the end of it. Draw another claw for the hind leg.
On the head, draw a circle for the eyes and ears. Add an oval to the nostril and a thin shape to give form to the mouth. Draw long, thin ovals for the hair along the back of the head and neck and on the thigh. Sketch on the front of the neck with a bumpy line to make more feather.
Divide the wing shape into three long sections. Use curves to draw hairs. Draw a long, pointed shape to make the tail feature. Detail the outer edge of the tail with the collision to start feathering.
Finish the feather by drawing curves on the wings and around the tail.
Draw the pencil lines you want to keep with the pen, then delete the extra pencil lines. Complete the dinosaur with color
You can refer to how to draw Stegosaurus a dinosaur spider eating thorny spines.