How to Draw a Diplodocus from Jurassic World with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Dinosaur drawing for beginners and all.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
First, draw the head and face. The syphilis dinosaur had a very small, upturned head with a small bump where the eyes and brain were, behind the nose.
Draw a very long neck that slopes down like a giraffe. Then draw the body, by continuing the neckline at the top into a large hump for the back of the diplodocus, and continuing the main line of the hat below in the shape of a bowl.
Draw the front legs, which look like a much larger version of the elephant’s feet. They are much taller than elephants and withstand much greater weight.
Draw the back leg, which will be the same as the front leg. The legs of Sauropods are much more similar in size than other dinosaurs such as therapeutic legs.
Finally draw the tail, with a large S-shape extending from the bottom of the body and behind. Henriocus had a very long tail for balance, which began very thickly and ended at a narrow point resembling a whip.
Interesting facts about DIPLODOCUS
The dinosaurs are a member of the dinosaur group and the scientific term for them is D. longus. Their Greek name “diplo-docus” means “double lizard” in English refers to the chevron shape in the tailbone. The term “longus” means “long” and refers to the size of the animal. It has a classic dinosaur shape with a long neck and tail with four sturdy legs. It is one of the longest known dinosaurs, and is therefore not pursued by predators whose fossils have coexisted in the same time period.