Step 15: To the right, draw a curved line with another digit for part of the other wing peeking from behind the velociraptor's body. Add the claw at the end. Use the dinosaur's first wing as a template. Inside the first wing, draw a few curved lines for feathers.
Step 16: Use the angled line on the far left side as a guide to draw the velociraptor's first leg. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the leg around it. Make the top part wide and the bottom narrow. Use short strokes to indicate the feathery texture. Close off the base of the leg. Use smooth lines for the lower half of the featherless leg like see in modern-day raptors. At the bottom, draw a couple of thin shapes for the dino's toes. At the end of each toe, draw a pointy claw. Peeking from behind the foot, draw a bigger toe with a curved pointy shape at the end for the famous velociraptor claw.
Step 17: Use the line on the left as a guide to draw the velociraptor's other leg the same way. The top part will be blocked by the wing. Draw the bottom shape of the leg around the guide. Add a small, curved line on the side for a toe. Lightly sketch the big toe on the inside of the foot. Add the thin, curved pointy claw at the top. When you get shape of the dinosaur's toe and claw right, darken the lines. At the bottom, draw the other visible toe along the guide. Draw the thin, pointy claw at the tip.
Step 18: Use the main initial shapes as guides to draw the rest of the body. Darken the outer edges of the guides to create the shape of the velociraptor's body. Use short strokes along the way for feathers.
Step 19: Darken the long guide line on the left for the top part of the tail. Draw a series of thin, long, pointy shapes along the bottom of the guide for the feathers on the tail. Change the orientation of the feathers along the way so that they have a diagonal orientation at the bottom. You can draw your velociraptor's feathers bigger or smaller. You can also just use short strokes like the ones on the head. If you're sticking with this look, make the feathers smaller until they turn into short strokes the closer they are to the base.