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

How to draw a woodpecker step by step easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for children and everyone.

How to draw a woodpecker step by step easy

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1

Woodpeckers may look complicated, but it’s easy if you take the time! Start by making a sharp triangle for the beak, with a line in the middle. Add a small incline at the center of the triangle to the chin of the bird.

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!

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

Finally you can add color to the bird so it looks more realistic!


  1. Jeanne R Melanson June 3, 2019
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