|Uploaded:||October 11, 2010|
|Updated:||October 11, 2010|
Hey folks, Dawn here with another fun and cute swallowing lesson for you folks to learn from! I drew this live after drawing a really complex raptor dinosaur. Realizing that that raptor was too complex to be entitled as “how to draw an easy dinosaur, step by step”, I came out with this nifty little dino who is dying to have a bite of meat. Before, I had a small bit of text besides it mouth wording “Rawr!”. It would have been pretty cute, but I want others to guess what the dino is really doing. That is the way to create affective art. The coloring was the most fun part for me to contribute. The green, darker green-blue, and yellow hues really add up a spiffy little guy! If you'd like to watch the live show of the previous lesson, please go here. Click the tab where it says 'Videos' and a few video thumbnails will popup. The one you want to watch is the 'Sketching, Coloring, and Inking: Easy Dinosaur'. If you've dropped by to watch that, let me know! Anyways, I had a lot of fun; probably one of my longest streams I've had in a while. Included in that lesson was a cute little shark that had a sinister expression on his face. When you want to simplify a dinosaur to a more draw-able approach, pinpoint the main features of the dinoaur you want to draw. For instance, a brontosaurus is defined by it's long neck, elephant like body, and long tail. That would be your key point to simplify. Use basic shapes to create the overall dinosaur as well. A circle would be more appropriate for the body and cylinders would be well suitable for the limbs. Anyways, I hope you'll enjoy this lesson! Thanks for viewing folks!