In this easy tutorial, you will learn how to draw easy wings in just nine steps with helpful tips for you.
I invite you to a new, exciting lesson in which you will learn how to draw easy wings. The lesson is designed specifically for beginners, so all the stages of drawing are very simple and understandable.
This instruction shows in detail how to draw easy wings step by step. Here you see wings of a standard form. The inner part of the wings has a rounded shape. The outer part is more detailed and has a jagged edge.
This lesson will be useful for you, as you will once again practice drawing symmetrical objects. Take your time during the lesson and try to make the same lines as shown in the example. Memorize all the drawing steps to use the acquired skills in your next drawings.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Easy Wings
- Draw the top of the wings.
Draw two smooth lines in the same position as shown in the example.
- Depict the inside of the wings.
Continue the lines and depict the inside of the wings, which has a rounded shape.
- Add the outer outline on one wing.
On the left wing, consistently draw smooth, rounded lines to depict the ends of the feathers.
- Depict the outer outline of the second wing.
Repeat the previous step and draw the same lines on the right wing.
- Sketch out small curves on each wing.
To do this, draw smooth curved lines on each wing.
- Outline the feathers.
On each wing, depict wavy lines in the same position as shown in the instructions.
- Add the feathers.
On each wing, outline the feathers using wavy lines.
- Color the easy wings.
You will need a light blue color.
The lesson has come to an end, and now you know how to draw light wings. You can use the acquired skills in the future when you want to draw a bird in its entirety. If you liked this lesson, you can leave your feedback in the comments. I would be glad to receive feedback.
I remind you that now you can download a PDF file with a short version of the lesson for free. I created this file specifically for your convenience, so that you can return to the lesson and repeat it, even if there is no Internet access.
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