Tuesday, October 8, 2013

How To Draw A Tyrannosaurus Rex Worksheet

How to draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex project and the free printable worksheet below will give the young artist an easy to accomplish drawing that they can be proud of.

Parents and teachers will find many ways to use this project to help the young artist gain confidence in drawing. It can be used in classroom lesson or at home.


How To Draw A Tyrannosaurus Rex Workhseet
To print the free worksheet above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. if you have problems see the how to print tab for some helpful suggestions.

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YOU MAY PRINT THE PROJECT NOTES BELOW.

BEGINNINGS
Start by lightly drawing so you can erase later. Use broad strokes to make the basic shapes of a rectangle for the head, triangle for the jaw, huge jelly bean for the body, and ovals for the near leg. The tail is two curving lines that come to a point.

Use stick figure technique to design and pose the tiny arms. The hands look like the letter "Y" sideways.

DEVELOPMENT
Round off the nose, and add some bumps for the eyebrow and nasal ridge. Give the mouth a crooked smile that goes up then down and back up. Draw around the stick figure of the arms and hands; save the claws and teeth for last- like desert.

Go around the ovals for the legs and erase any extra lines there.

The feet are three claws, draw the closest one first. The second and third are hidden behind the first, only the tops show, just draw a simple line for each one. Give it some curve over the knuckles so the claws look powerful.

REFINE THE DRAWING
Add details such as the tiny eye and nostril.
The far leg and arm are a mirror image of the ones closer and are in shadow.
The teeth are irregular, some are longer and some are spaced far apart.
The body had wrinkles like modern lizards.
Use shading to give the legs muscle and roundness.

Do not get discouraged if you drawing of a Tyrannosaurus Rex does not turn out the way you wanted. You are learning and every time you draw something you are getting better. Draw every day, book mark this page and come back every day and do another lesson, soon you will be an artist.

(c) Adron

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Adron


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