How to draw an Emperor Penguin easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Bird drawing 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
An interesting fact about Emperor Penguins: They live in the coldest area of any bird in the world. Let’s start drawing one by creating a small curved shape for the top of the head.
Next, add a triangle for the beak. Emperor penguins eat fish, crustaceans and squid. Now, add a small oval for the eyes.
For the body, draw a long line from the beak and then another small curved line for the bottom of the penguin.
Draw the back of the penguin by dragging a smooth curve down a point for the tail. Emperor penguins are the tallest and heaviest compared to other penguins.
For the first foot, draw two short lines going down and add a small foot with pointed tips for the toes.
Now, add a second pin to match the first one. These birds can swim up to nearly 2,000 ft.
Now let’s draw the first wing. Draw a small line going down and a longer line parallel to it. Finish off the wing by adding a long triangle at the bottom.
For the next wing, draw two different curves at one point.
Add texture by drawing a curved line that runs from the top of the neck down the right side of the body to the tail. You can color the outside of the Emperor Penguin black with the belly white.