Step 20: Use the curved line on the left as a guide to draw the shape of the velociraptor's tail. First darken the line and attach it to the top of the body on the right side. Then draw a second curved line below for the bottom edge of the dinosaur's tail. This line should curve the same way as the top line. The tip of the tail should be pointy and the base thick.
Step 21: Draw the blue pattern across the entire length of this Jurassic World dinosaur's body and tail. First draw a series of broken lines along the top edge of the body and tail. It doesn't have to be perfect. Just draw some broken lines. Directly below it, draw a wavier line to create a series of thin, long broken shapes across the dinosaur's body. The shapes should be smaller near the middle of the tail and longer in the middle of Blue's the body. The shapes in the middle should also be wider and almost V-shaped. Along the bottom edge of the pattern, draw a series of circular shapes of different sizes for a few spots.
Step 22: Go over the final sketch lines with a pen, marker or any other type of permanent ink. Take your time and be careful when you ink to avoid any accidents. After the ink dries, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser for a cleaner drawing.
Final Step: Color your drawing of Blue the velociraptor from Jurassic World! Just like dinosaur's name implies, use blue for the streak across the body. Color the eye yellow-orange and use light gray as the base color of the body. Use a bit of dark gray throughout the body to give the raptor some shadows. Blend the light and dark gray on the dinosaur's body and leave a bit of white around the blue streak at the top.
Continue adding gray until the velociraptor's entire body is covered. Add more blue to the streak if needed. Use brown for the inside of the mouth and black for the claws. Leave a white streak on each claw for highlight. Draw a shadow under the figure using gray and a bit of blue. Don't forget to pause the video to draw at your own pace.