Today I want to present you a new lesson on how to draw an eagle step-by-step. This will help you nine simple steps.
I suggest you complete another interesting lesson that is dedicated to drawing birds, and now you will learn how to draw an eagle. This is a large bird of prey. In many cultures, the eagle is a symbol of courage, bravery, and freedom.
It is known that the eagle can develop tremendous speed while hunting. He sees his prey from afar thanks to his excellent eyesight.
I hope that you were interested in learning something new about this bird of prey, and you are ready to start the lesson.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw an Eagle
- Draw the head.
The upper part has a rounded shape, in the lower part it is necessary to draw a zigzag line.
- Depict the torso.
Draw a smooth line to depict the elongated torso.
- Add the elements of the head.
Sketch out the eye and the large curved beak.
- Draw the wing and tail.
Use smooth curved lines to depict the wing and add the tail at the bottom.
- Detail the plumage.
Add curved lines on the wing and straight thin lines on the tail.
- Sketch out the top of the paws.
At the bottom of the torso, draw two paws that have a wide base and a narrow bottom.
- Add the bottom of the paws.
On each paw, depict the fingers and claws.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Using the eraser, carefully remove all unnecessary lines.
- Color the eagle.
You will need beige, brown, and yellow.
Now you can download a PDF file with a short version of the lesson. I prepared this file specifically for your convenience, so that you can return to the lesson at any time and complete it.