Now I will show you how to draw a vulture. With the help of this lesson, you will significantly improve your artistic skills.
I decided to dedicate this lesson to drawing a bird, and now you will learn how to draw a vulture step by step. Despite its large size, the vulture cannot fight for its prey. The vulture has a weak beak and legs and cannot hunt like other birds, so the vulture has to feed on carrion.
These birds can adapt to different habitat conditions. Vultures live in packs, fly together and feed together. Vultures can fly higher than other birds and migrate long distances.
You can see that the vulture has a large curved beak and large paws. There is almost no plumage on the neck and on the head. The vultures are currently endangered.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Vulture
- Draw the torso.
Depict a figure in the form of an irregular oval.
- Add the neck and head.
With the help of curved lines, draw the long thin neck and the small head.
- Sketch out the head elements.
Draw the small eye and the large curved beak.
- Draw the wing and plumage on the torso.
Depict the large wing with smooth lines, and draw the plumage at the bottom.
- Depict the second wing and part of the legs.
Add the visible part of the second wing with and add small parts of the legs at the bottom.
- Add the tail.
Draw the tail at the bottom of the body, which has a rectangular shape.
- Draw the paws.
Sketch out two thin paws and add fingers on each paw.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Use the eraser to remove all the extra lines and correct the mistakes.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, use orange, beige and different shades of brown.
Excellent! Now you have learned how to draw a vulture, and you have one more object in your collection of drawings. I hope you enjoyed this lesson and had a good time. If you want to always have access to this lesson, then right now you can download a PDF file that contains a brief instruction and additional useful materials.