How to draw a woodpecker step by step – Bird drawing easy

How to draw a woodpecker step by step easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for beginners and everyone.

How to draw a woodpecker step by step - Bird drawing easy

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1

Start by making a thin diamond for the mine, with a line in the middle. Add a small incline at the center of the diamond to the bird’s chin.

Step 2

Now draw his head, with a slightly wavy line starting at the top corner of the diamond, and then the angle down into a curve for the back of the head. Add a line with two small knobs to connect the back of the head to the top corner of the beak and you have finished with the head!

Step 3

Now add a small circle behind the beak to its eye. Did you know that woodpeckers are not just wood hoes to find food, but also talk to each other! Pecking is just one kind of twittering for a woodpecker!

Step 4

Let’s start with the body. Put a small curve in the back of the woodpecker, but leave space for the wings! Then put on a large curve for its belly, but add a small bump near the bottom for the bird’s legs.

Step 5

Let’s now create a large oval with a flat end for Woodpecker’s wing. Try to add less collision to make it look like the edge of a few large feathers.

Step 6

Now let’s do some long tail feathers! Just draw some curves up into thin shapes at the bottom to fill up all the empty space you have left.

Step 7

Remember the little bump we made earlier? Now draw the bird’s feet. It is made of three claws, and looks a bit like a fork! Makes the ends of the claws sharpen too.

Step 8

The bird’s face looks complicated, but only takes your time! Add a small line extending from below the eye to the back of the head, then a wavy line begins beneath the beak and connects to the front of his wing. Add another line just below that and you’re set!

Step 9

Draw a tree, or even a branch, where the bird is resting. Finally, coloring the bird to look more realistic, you drew a woodpecker!

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