Step 6: Draw two lines under the velociraptor's body (below the circle on the right) as guides for the legs. Notice where the line begins and how it zigzags its way down. The second line bends differently, as the raptor is stepping forward.
Step 7: Draw another line under the velociraptor's body (below the circle on the left) as a guide for the arm. The bending of the line indicates where the joints will be. Draw a few lines at the end for the dinosaur's individual digits.
Step 8: Draw a couple of lines on the right side as a guide for the velociraptor's tail. Curve the lines a bit and have them come to a point on the right side. The longer they are, the longer the 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: Draw the velociraptor's eye inside the head as a football-like shape. Use the lines as guides for placement. Draw a couple of lines inside the eye for the actual eyeball. Add a dot in the middle for the pupil. Shade in the rest of the eye. When shading the eye, use a value that's lighter than the pupil. Leave a portion blank to represent glare. Add a couple of lines above the eye for the bony structure. Make the dinosaur's bony brow thick and bumpy and use the initial lines as guides for placement. Add a few more lines around the eyes to indicate the wrinkles and skin texture.