In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to draw a swan easily and quickly. I’m sure this guide will be helpful to you.
Here is a simple instruction on how to draw a swan. It is a large waterfowl with a long, curved neck. The plumage of a swan can be white, black or gray. The swan spends most of its life on the water and only occasionally comes out on land.
Swans have good eyesight and can easily find food underwater. Swan feathers retain heat well, which allows these birds to fly at very high altitudes. I hope that you were interested in learning some interesting facts about these graceful and majestic birds and that you will be happy to complete this lesson.
The picture shows a little swan, which looks very cute. The swan has a large, round head. The neck flows smoothly into the body. Try to keep these proportions in your drawing. This will require your ability to draw smooth, rounded lines.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Swan
- Draw the head.
This is a very simple step in which you have to draw an even oval.
- Depict the torso.
Sketch out a circle in the shape of the egg.
- Depict the neck.
Draw two smooth connecting lines between the head and torso.
- Sketch out the eye.
At this stage, depict a small oval.
- Draw the beak.
With smooth curved lines depict the beak, which consists of two elements.
- Depict the wing.
Draw the wing with smooth lines and use a wavy line to depict the ends of the feathers.
- Add details.
Near the beak, select the area where the color will be different and add feathers on the wing.
- Correct inaccuracies.
With the eraser, remove all extra lines in the drawing.
- Color the swan.
Choose blue, beige and purple.
You can now download the short version of the lesson as a free PDF file. Use the file at any time if you want to return to the lesson again and repeat it.
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