How to draw a Northern Cardinal easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Bird Drawing tutorial 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
First, let’s draw the head. Draw the back of the top line at an upward angle from left to right. At the beginning of this line add some jagged lines. Make them a little bigger each time. After you’ve made about 10 jagged lines, draw the top of the head. It is a flat line that moves right over the top of the mine. Complete the beak “V” tilted to the side. Draw another short line under the beak for the neckline.
Draw a short line down the center of the beak to make the mouth line. Just to the left of the mouth line draw a small circle. Then draw a slightly larger circle around that circle.
Continue the neck petticoat and bend it down and to the left. Bend it back at the bottom so it reaches towards the back line.
Under the stem draw two parallel lines to form thick branches for anthuriums to park on.
From the left part of the lower body draw a short leg down the branch. Draw three sharp toes clutching a branch.
On the right side of the trunk, draw another short leg down the branch. Create another three pointed toes in the center of the branch.
Between the body line and the back line draw the wings. It has a slightly curved “L” shape with the bottom protruding for feathers.
Just to the left of the wing, draw two short horizontal lines to form the thick tail feathers. It has jagged feathers on the tip like the back of the head.
Finally, draw doodles on the face, neck, and wings to create feather patterns.