How to Draw a Eagle Flying easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a small oval.
To the right of the oval, extend a series of curved lines, which connect, back to the oval. This enveloping shape will form the feathers on the eagle’s neck.
Delete the guides created by the original oval.
Draw the beak using a series of curved lines. The beak should cut across the outside of the head’s shape, the lines intersect at a hook point.
Erase the guide lines from within the mine.
Draw a larger oval that overlaps the feathers of the neck.
Draw a long curved line extending from the large oval. Between the end of the line and the oval, draw a series of curved lines, which join together to form the feathers of the wings.
Draw two long, curved lines extending from the head and neck of the eagle. Allows lines to meet at a rounded point.
From the first wing, extend some curves. The lines towards the tip of the right wing consist of long and narrow shapes. Those near the base of the right wing are shorter, wider, and more “U” shaped.
Draw some “U” shaped lines below the second wing.
Extend two curved lines from the large oval. Connect the lines using a series of “U” shaped curves.
Remove the remaining guides from the large oval.
Draw a series of short curved lines at the base of the tail. Allow lines to meet at jagged points.
Draw a series of second, short, curved lines that meet at jagged points, extending from the eagle’s belly.
Draw the feet using overlapping curved lines. At the end of the toes, use two short bends to form a curved triangle. Add texture to the foot by drawing several short lines on each toe.
Erase the guide lines from the legs and feet.
Add texture of feathers to the wings, neck and torso. Do this by drawing short, curved arrays. Several lines can connect.
Draw a small circle near the beak to form the eye. Draw a smaller circle in the first circle. Shade the smaller circle.
Draw a small and narrow oval inside the beak. Draw a short, curved line above the eye.
Color your eagle. Bald eagles are usually brown.