How to draw a pheasant step by step with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Bird drawing easy for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
A pheasant easily drawn in 7 steps! Starting with a dome for a head, stop to create a slightly curved beak. The mine must be made with a curved triangle, and a small line at the bottom to indicate the underlying mine. Add a dot at the top of the mine to create nostrils.
Now, draw a curve starting from the base of the mine and curl it right below the head, before bending down to create a loop back up to the lower beak. Add a small oval to the eye.
Next, we draw a long curve from the bottom of the pheasant’s face, down to make the abdomen. Create a small loop curve, before creating a fairly flat slant line back and forth, it curls upward at the end.
Draw victories by creating a starting line at the back of the head, then curving into a slant. The end of the wing should have a small ring, then bend down, then start straight ahead. After that, it arched and slanted under the neck, in the middle of the body.
Draw the foot by making two downward paths, and then curl forward. Make three prongs in front to make claws at the bottom of the foot.
Now let’s put in some details. Add a small collar on the neck, and then a blurry line starts down half a wing. Then create a curve at the back of the fuzzy mortgage that goes down to the bottom of the wing. Add a few lines next to that to indicate your own feather.
Now for the tail! Two long lines will go below the rear wing, go down and left. In the middle of the tail, draw lines that connect with the tips for the first two lines, again implying individual feathers
Finally, please color the Pheasant so that the bird becomes more realistic.