How to draw a KingFisher easy. KingFisher bird drawing easy for beginners with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for kids and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start with the mine by drawing a long and indented triangle with a straight line from the rightmost point to identify the mouth.
Continue out of the body for the head, creating a semicircle rising from the mine and a downward sloping path. Add a circle to the eye.
Draw some lines that can go any way for the details of the face. Try to cling to the bottom of the face and keep them spread a little. Make sure to connect the left and right sides of the head with a line at the bottom.
Draw the body with a line starting straight down and then curving left.
Draw the wings by drawing what appears to be a long closed egg shape when the wing is said to end, leaving a dent in the end for the feathers. Draw lines to separate some feathers.
For the first foot, draw like an oval coming from the wings and then stop when you touch the wings again. Then draw the bottom foot with long lines for the toes.
Draw tail feathers by creating lines from the wings and feet to a point. Draw a straight line from the point that will divide the part into two.
Draw the other leg like you did the bottom part of the first, but behind the first is fine. Your kingfisher has completed!
Finally color the bird with navy blue and orange.