How to Draw Dinosaur Cartoons

Dinosaur cartoons… as old as they are, it’s one subject – especially when it comes to drawing…

We’ll never ever get bored of! 🙂

If you love drawing, and you’re crazy about dinosaurs… then look no further.

Here’s the place where you get to use your creative talent to bring the dinosaurs ‘back to life’.

From the mighty T-Rex…

To the flighty Pterodactyl…

And to others whose names are almost impossible to pronounce!

As a kid, I was a huge dinosaur fan – always fascinated with the idea of how something so big, fierce and unique could have existed in this world.

Dinosaur cartoons picture of a tyrannosaurus rex skeleton

And sure, it’s not to difficult to imagine how dinosaurs were extremely inspirational when it came to drawing.

Here, I’d like to show you how to draw a variety of different prehistoric creatures – especially, some of the more popular ones…

Those you’d see in popular movies like Jurassic Park.

So to start things off…

Why not go with one of the coolest and fiercest dinosaur cartoons of them all (at least I like to think so!)…

The one… the only… the King of all the Dinosaurs…

Tyrannosaurus Rex!

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  • Diplodocus

    Learn to draw Diplodocus — the longest dinosaur ever to have walked the planet earth!

  • Cartoon Dinosaur

    Learn how to draw a baby cartoon dinosaur – simple, cute and hatching from its egg!

  • Towering Apatosaurus

    Like a towering skyscraper, draw the apatosaurus – one of the tallest dinosaurs there ever was.


  • Iguanodon

    Learn how to draw an Iguanodon – a popular plant-eating dinosaur. See if you can put your own spin on it!

  • Liopleurodon

    Suprise attack! Resembling a cross between a crocodile and a shark – it’s the ferocious liopleurodon!

  • Mighty Flighty Pterodactyl

    Perhaps the most famous of all the flying dinosaurs, check out this lesson and draw the pterodactyl.

  • Plated Stegosaurus

    With its armor-like plates, and dagger-like tail spikes – the stegosaurus is a force to be reckoned with!

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex

    The T-Rex is the ‘King of the Dinosaurs’, and in this lesson — awaits to be drawn by you!


  • Triple-Horned Triceratops

    Over-equipped and ready for action, this ‘rhinoceros-like’ dinosaur’s got three very dangerous horns!