As you know, there were hundreds of different kinds of dinosaurs. Here we show you how to draw one of the most popular and one of the easiest to draw, the brontosaurus. But you can use the principles you learn here to draw other dinosaurs, like Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops. Actually, the Triceratops has almost exactly an elephant's body, and we show how to draw an elephant here.
Unlike most of the other animals, you can not study dinosaurs wandering around. Usually this is the best way to draw a more realistic animal, because you can practice drawing them from a bunch of different angles in a bunch of different poses, and you
can see how they interact with each other and what their habits are. That might seem trivial at first, but its important: You'd look silly if you drew a bunch of Tyrannosaurus rexes grazing together, or a lone Brachiosaurus attacking a Dimetrodon.