Today in this tutorial you will learn how to draw a simple turkey in just nine easy steps with helpful tips.
In this lesson, I will tell you and show you in detail how to draw a simple turkey. The instruction includes nine simple steps that are demonstrated and contain a small hint.
A characteristic feature of the turkey is a large skin formation on the beak. The color of the skin on the head of a turkey may vary. When the bird is alarmed, the skin takes on a brighter color. Male turkeys are capable of making very loud, frightening sounds, while females are more silent and calm.
I hope that you were interested in learning a few facts about the turkey, and this information will inspire you. A simple instruction will help make the drawing process easy and affordable.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Simple Turkey
- Draw the head and torso.
The head and body are oval. Try to place these objects correctly.
- Depict the neck and eye.
Draw connecting lines between the head and torso to depict the neck, and then add the eye.
- Add the beak and skin formation.
The beak has a pointed shape. Add the long skin formation that has a rounded shape.
- Sketch out the wing.
Depict a smooth line on the body and draw the outline of the feathers on the wing.
- Depict the legs.
At the bottom, draw two legs of the same shape as in the example.
- Draw the tail.
To draw the tail, use two straight lines on the sides and one smooth, rounded line.
- Detail the tail.
On the tail, consistently draw even transverse stripes.
- Correct inaccuracies.
With the eraser, remove all extra lines in the drawing.
- Color the turkey.
Use pink to color the head and torso. Color the eye with black and add highlights.
The turkey is ready! If you have done all the drawing steps correctly, then you should have a great drawing. Show the result of your work to your friends. Try doing drawing lessons together. Compete and get new skills.
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