A super easy lesson on how to draw a snowy owl is ready for you. This guide contains only nine very simple steps.
I want to show you how to draw a snowy owl. This is a very beautiful bird that lives in the tundra. The main difference between the snowy owl is the lighter color of the plumage, so this bird is also called the snowy owl.
Thanks to the warm fluffy plumage, the owl is adapted to live in the coldest places. This is a bird of prey that has excellent eyesight and successfully hunts small animals.
As you can see in the picture, the polar owl has a round head that smoothly passes into the body, beautiful round eyes, and a small beak. The owl is turned to us on one side, so we see only one wing.
To successfully complete this lesson, you will need the ability to draw smooth rounded lines. If you are careful and accurate at every stage of drawing, then you will get a beautiful snowy owl.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 25 minutes.
How to Draw a Snowy Owl
- Add the outline of the head.
Sketch out a semicircular line.
- Draw the torso.
Depict a curved line on the left and a straight line on the right.
- Depict the wing.
Draw a semicircular line on the side.
- Add the outline of the muzzle.
Depict a circle to indicate where the plumage color will differ.
- Depict plumage around the eyes.
On the muzzle, draw two shapes that are in the shape of a drop.
- Sketch out the eyes.
Draw two circles and add pupils inside.
- Draw the paws.
At the bottom of the torso draw two small paws.
- Add details.
Sketch out the beak and detail the plumage on the wing.
- Color the drawing.
Color the eyes and paws yellow. For plumage, use beige and light gray.
Finally, I suggest you download the short version of this tutorial in PDF for free. Keep this file for yourself. Thus, you can repeat the drawing lesson at any convenient time.