Today I will show you how to draw a big bird. I promise that the lesson will be very interesting, and you will have a good time.
Especially for children and beginner artists, I have prepared a new lesson in which I will show you how to draw a big bird step by step. There are a huge number of birds on our planet that can be depicted in different ways. Many artists depict birds in their paintings using different drawing techniques.
In this lesson, you will learn how to draw a large bird that stands on long legs. Here the bird is presented in a cartoon form, so it looks unrealistic, but very funny. The bird stands on its paws, and the ends of the wings look like human hands, the beak is slightly open.
To draw the outline of the body, use jagged wavy lines, so you will depict the magnificent plumage of the bird. For coloring, you can use the same shades that are suggested in the instructions or any other colors of your choice.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Big Bird
- Draw the eyes.
Depict two small circles that are located side by side. Add the upper eyelid and pupil.
- Depict the beak.
Draw a smooth line from the eye and add the top and bottom of the beak.
- Add the outline of the head.
With the help of uneven wavy lines, depict the rounded head.
- Sketch out the feathers on the head.
Add the fun tuft of feathers on top of the head with smooth, curved lines.
- Draw the torso.
With uneven wavy lines, depict the torso, which is shaped like the pear.
- Add the wings.
In the middle of the body, draw two wings in the same position as in the example.
- Draw the tail.
Depict the fluffy tail and two separate feathers on the side of the body.
- Depict the paws.
The paws fit snugly together and consist of several elements.
- Color the big bird.
For coloring, use different shades of beige.
I remind you that now you can download a PDF file for free, which contains a brief instruction and additional training materials. This will help you return to the lesson at any time and complete it again.
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