Today in this lesson you will learn how to draw a bluebird in nine easy steps. This instruction is very simple and you will like it.
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to draw a bluebird. The lesson will be useful for you, and you can apply the acquired skills in the future when you want to draw any other bird.
Here is a simple step-by-step tutorial that shows you in detail how to draw a bluebird. This is a symbolic drawing. It is believed that the bluebird brings happiness and good luck.
I hope that you will be interested in drawing this bird, especially since it is very easy to do. The instruction is designed specifically for beginners, so simple elements are used here that you can easily repeat.
As a result, you will easily cope with the task, and you will get a beautiful drawing, even if you have not drawn such a bird before. Remember all the drawing steps so that in the future you can easily draw a bluebird if necessary.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Bluebird
- Draw the head.
Depict a smooth rounded line.
- Sketch out the torso.
Continue the lines of the head and depict the rounded torso as in the example.
- Depict the beak.
The beak is small and pointed.
- Draw an eye.
Depict a small oval and add the large dot to depict the hole in the beak.
- Sketch out the wing.
On the right side of the torso draw the wing using smooth lines.
- Depict the tail.
With the help of smooth rounded lines draw the tail of the same shape as shown in the picture.
- Sketch out the paws.
At the bottom of the torso, draw two thin paws that have long fingers.
- Add details.
Draw lines where the plumage color will be different.
- Color the bluebird.
For plumage, use gray, blue, and beige. Color the beak and paws in grey. Color the eye with black and add highlights.
At the end of the lesson, I suggest you download the PDF file that I have prepared specifically for your convenience. In this file, you will find a short version of the lesson and additional useful materials.