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Uploaded: January 20, 2012
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: January 20, 2012
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Going back to my younger years I tried to think of one thing that I always wanted to draw but never knew how to proceed with a task that was so complex to me. Since I severely used to be into anything related to dinosaurs, I often found myself trying to draw fossils, and bones that belonged to these great reptiles of the past. I tried a couple of times to replicate on paper of what a skeleton from a tyrannosaurus rex would look like, but since the T-Rex is so darn detailed and big, the idea to make the bones of the dinosaur species was a distant memory. Now, the idea for this tutorial came to me when my sister brought home some homework that required her to draw her very own dinosaur skeleton and have a human figure showing the size scale as to how big these reptiles where. Needless to say she had a very difficult time creating her own version of a T-Rex in a bone display. She came to me in tears asking for my help and like a good sister, I opted to stop what I was doing to help her create one of the best drawing for her homework assignment ever. Today, I will be showing you all what I taught my eight year old sister, "how to draw a dinosaur skeleton", step by step. Since the species we drew was a tyrannosaurus rex, which is what this dinosaur will be. I advise you guys to take your time if you decide to tackle this lesson, you should be prepared for a lengthy process because you will be drawing the skeletal structure of the tyrannosaurus rex. I hope you find this tutorial helpful as well as exciting. Adios people and enjoy your drawing day!

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