How to draw a Peregrine Falcon Step by Step

How to draw a Peregrine Falcon easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Bird drawing for beginners and everyone.

How to draw a Peregrine Falcon

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1

Start by drawing a long, curved line to outline the top of the head, neck, and belly.

Step 2

Extend another long, curved line from the top end of the first. This outlines the side of the head and back. When it nears the end of the first line, double it back on its own to form the bird’s tail.

Step 3

Use a series of curved lines to enclose a heart-shaped section across the bird’s body. This indicates the shape of the wing. Double the line back to itself at the top so that it joins the existing tail feathers. Draw a long, curved line along the bird’s chest to enclose the edge of the distal wing.

Step 4

View the raptor’s face details, delete as needed. Surround a curved teardrop shape to form a pointed beak. Draw a wavy line across it to distinguish the top and bottom of the bill. Draw a wavy line to form a furrowed eyebrow. Enclose a circle below it and draw a smaller circle inside the first one. Shade between two circles.

Step 5

Draw the pins on, erase as needed. For each leg, start with a long, curved line. Connect it to the body by a series of short “U” shaped lines. This indicates the appearance of feathers or “flags”.

Step 6

Use curved lines to draw the feet. Duplicate the line back to itself to form each toe. Draw a small curved triangle at the tip of each toe to indicate a claw or claw.

Step 7

Draw the remaining leg using curved lines. Draw small curved triangles to indicate the nails.


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