Step 6: Below the circle on the left, draw two long, angled lines as guides for the legs of this velociraptor from Jurassic World. These lines should bend once near the top, then near the middle and again near the bottom. Make sure you get the angles of the lines right, as these will indicate where the joints on the dinosaur's legs will be later.
Step 7: Draw a series of lines that connect the circles together to form the rest of Blue the velociraptor's body. Draw a couple of curved lines that connect the head to the front part of the body to create the guide for the dinosaur's neck. Connect the first two circles together using a couple of curved lines to finish the guide for Blue's torso.
Step 8: On the top, left side of the body, draw a long, curved line as a guide for the velociraptor's tail. You can make the dino's tail shorter or curl the tip if you don't have enough room on the left side.
That's it for the guides! From this point on, press harder with your pencil for a more defined drawing.
Step 9: Inside the head, on the top, right side, draw a small circle for Blue's eye. On the sides of the circle, draw a couple of small, angled lines for the corners of the eye. Pay attention to the size of the eye in relation to the rest of the head. Don't draw it too small. Inside the eye, off to the side, draw a tiny circle for highlight. In the middle of the eye, draw a thin, dark slit for the pupil. Draw a short, curved line above and below the eye for the velociraptor's eyelids.