In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw a parrot step by step. This simple lesson consists of nine steps.
I am glad to offer you another exciting bird drawing tutorial and in this tutorial you will learn how to draw a parrot step by step.
Parrots are a large order of tropical birds, which includes about 300 species. Parrots live in countries of the tropical and subtropical zone.
A characteristic feature of the parrot is its bright color. Parrots are usually blue, red, or green. Many species of parrots have long crests and tails.
Most species of these birds are excellent flyers and tree climbers. The paws of a parrot have four fingers, in pairs directed forward and backward.
The ability to draw a parrot will come in handy in the future if you want to depict this bird against the backdrop of wildlife or sitting on a tree branch.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Parrot
- Draw the outline of the head and body of the parrot.
Depict the parrot’s head like an oval, and draw its torso in the form of a curved line.
- Add the parrot’s eye.
Inside the outline of the parrot’s head, add two ovals of different sizes.
- Depict the outline of the parrot’s beak.
To depict the large pointed beak, use an arc as well as a few curved lines.
- Sketch out the parrot’s wing.
On the left side of the torso, add an arc and several curved lines of different sizes.
- Add the parrot’s tail.
Next to the outline of the wing, depict the outline of the tail using curved lines.
- Draw the legs of the parrot.
At the bottom of the parrot’s body, add two symmetrical legs using rounded lines.
- Depict the crest on the head.
At the top of the parrot’s head, draw the crest using rounded lines of different lengths.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove any unnecessary guidelines.
- Color the drawing.
To color the parrot, use green, black, and beige.
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The head of parrots is large, with a large hook-curved beak. Parrots use their beak not only for food, but also when moving, clinging to tree branches with it. The paws of parrots are very peculiar. Each paw has four toes, two of which point forward and two backward. Parrots have well-developed wings and fly well. They have a sharp and strong voice and can make a wide variety of sounds.