Step 6: Draw a smaller circle to the right of the frill as a guide for the back portion of the body. The front part of the Dilophosaurus' body will be blocked by the frill, so don't worry about drawing a guide for it.
Step 7: Draw another pair of angled lines under the circles as guides for the Dilophosaurus' legs. The first line shoud be basically vertical but should bend back near the middle for the joint before going down again. The other line should be similar to a greater-than sign (>). It's okay if the line overlaps with the line for the arm.
Step 8: Draw a couple of long, curved lines to the right of the body as guides for the Dilophosaurus' tail. The first line should start on the top right side of the body and curve up until it's at the same height as the frill. The second line should start near the bottom of the body and meet the first line at the top to form a pointy tip. These lines should be about as long as the entire body. The longer you make them, the longer the dinosaur's tail will be.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 9: Lightly sketch the Dilophosaurus' eyes inside the head, on the sides. Use the construction lines to help you with placement. The shapes of the eyes should be similar to half-circles that are slightly tilted. When you get the position and shape of the dinosaur's eyes right, darken the lines.
Draw a short, diagonal line over each eye for the Dilophosaurus' heavy brow. Inside each eye, draw a small dot for the pupils. Add a tiny circle off to the side to represent glare. Add a small curved line under each eye for the lower eyelid. Draw a wavy line high above each eye for the bony outer structure. Add a line below each eye too so that the bony structure envelopes the eyes.