I suggest you complete this cool and very useful drawing guide, in which I will show and tell you how to draw an easy duck step-by-step.
Ducks are one of the most common birds encountered by humans in the wild and in the household.
Probably many of you have seen how easy ducks swim in cold water. Did you feel sorry for the bird, because its legs might freeze? You don’t have to worry. The thing is, their feet don’t get cold.
My simple nine-step duck drawing tutorial will help you draw these wonderful birds.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Duck
- Depict the beak.
Let’s start drawing with the duck’s beak. Draw it as in my example.
- Depict the head and neck
At this point, sketch out the outline of the head and the neck using smooth lines.
- Draw the eyes and a ring on the neck.
Using a circle draw the duck’s eye. Draw a short curved line to depict a ring on the neck.
- Depict the torso.
The torso is very easy to draw, because it’s shape is like a leaf.
- Depict the wing.
First, draw an oval line to represent the border of the wing. After that add feathers.
- Add details.
Draw two lines on the duck’s wing. This will be the part of the wing in which the color of the feathers is different.
- Draw the legs.
In the lower part depict the legs using simple lines.
- Erase the guidelines.
Remove all unnecessary guidelines, because this gives the drawing a finished look.
- Color the drawing.
That’s it, now you can paint the bird. Ducks are usually yellow-green or brown, but you can choose other colors that you like.
So, we have reached the end of the duck drawing lesson. I hope my drawing guide helped you.
So, do not forget to download the free PDF file that contains all the steps of this tutorial, a coloring page, tracing worksheet, and grid drawing worksheet.
Many aspiring artists like to draw simple objects that help them believe in themselves. We support this great idea and therefore we have created a guide on how to draw a duck for kids.
In this tutorial, you will need to be able to make smooth, rounded lines. The head is an even circle, and the body is also rounded. The paws are very small, the beak is of medium size. Note that in this illustration, the duck does not have a neck. Therefore, it looks more like the little duckling. If you want to draw an adult duck, then add the neck and make the wider surface of the legs. I also draw your attention to the color of the duck. Little ducklings are bright yellow in color, while adult ducks are white, gray, or brown.
The lesson will be useful for you, because once again you will train your ability to draw smooth curved lines. Be patient and consistent to get great results.