How to Draw a Budgie easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Budgie is a small parrot, and can imitate people’s speech very well! To draw one, start by shaping the top arch of the head with a curved line. Place a downward and left oblique line behind the arch drawn on the nape of the neck. The beak can be drawn with a small curved triangle in front, with a small oval above it.
Now draw the eyes by making a circle right behind the beak. Draw a small teardrop shape below the eye to add the unique color swatch that Budgies have. Draw the cheeks by creating a curved line starting at the bottom of the beak, and slanting down and to the left, before curving up and to the left.
Next, we draw the wings! Start with an oblique line going down and to the left from the back of the bird’s neck. It should be a long line, joining at one point with another drawn up and to the right, extending out of the wing with a few bumps to indicate feathers. Finish the wing shape with a dome near the top, connecting it into a large, long teardrop shape. Now add loops around the wings to create separate feathers.
Now, draw the chest with a curve down and back, starting just below your bird’s ‘chin’.
To draw the feet, create two crescent lines, one above the other, connecting at the outer ends. Add some small points at the top to create the claws and a line above the two pyramids to imply connection to the body.
The final step is to draw the tail. From near the end of the wing, draw a downward curve, going down to a point. From the instep you drew, draw another curved line tangent to the first line. Add a few more lines in between the two to form the individual feathers.