How to draw a cockatoo step by step – Bird drawing easy

How to draw a cockatoo step by step easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for beginners and everyone.

How to draw a cockatoo step by step - Bird drawing easy

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Drawing a Cockatoo is easy! Starting with the head, create a curved arch for the word, turning it into a curved upward curve to create a feather on the head. Put a few curves below it, connecting them with points to make individual feathers. Place another curve under the feather to make the back of the head.

Step 2

Now add mines and eyes. The eyes should be just above the head of the head, between the lines you draw for both sides. The mines can be drawn with two triangles, one with a curved point at the end to make the mine top.

Step 3

For wings, make a curve down and to the left, which is straight. Now create a bumpy line going down and right, drawing straight lines between each cut to create individual feathers. Draw another curve and head to the top of the wing to complete it.

Step 4

Next is the body, which is just a simple line beginning at the bottom corner of the beak, and has a curving angle towards the back of the animal.

Step 5

The tail can be drawn with two lines, one starting from the two feathers down from the apex of the wing, bent back before the strongest. Then it will curve toward the road you drew for your chest and abdomen, but do not see it. Add another line at the back to the hint.

Step 6

Foot painting is done by making a cone to fill the hole you leave between the belly and the tail. Then, add three prongs at the bottom for your feet. Remember to put in the small points for the claws of birds!

Step 7

Make another leg like the first closer to the front. The cone should connect directly to the body, and everything else should be drawn the same.

Step 8

Finally color the parrot, it is white and light yellow.

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