Step 6: Draw the head as a long, curved line above the dinosaur's eye. This line should start on top of the muzzle, then it should curve to the right and then back down to end to the right of the eye. Pay attention to how high above the eye the line is.
Step 7: Under stegosaurus' head, draw a line that slopes down and to the right for the neck and chest. To the right of the chest, draw the first front leg. The leg is made up of two curved vertical lines for the sides and a short, horizontal line to close off the shape at the bottom.
Step 8: To the right of the front leg, draw a curved horizontal line for the underside of the stegosaurus. To the right of that, draw the big hind leg. The hind leg is made up of long, wavy lines for the sides and a short horizontal line at the bottom. The top of the hind leg should be very wide and it should gradually get thinner toward the bottom.
Step 9: To the right of the hind leg, draw a line that slopes up for the first part of the stegosaurus' tail. At the top, angle the line back to the left so that it ends on the back of the head. The top of the line should be wavy to create the curved back and top of the tail.
Step 10: To the left of the front leg, draw a short, L-shaped line for the leg that's on the other side of the stegosaurus' body. To the left of the hind leg, draw a small, square-like shape for the hind leg that's on the other side of the body too.