Pelican Drawing easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a bird for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Aswany Kumar
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
The first step of any tutorial will always be to draw the guides. This is done so you can get a general idea of how to draw your sketches. For the Australian pelican, you will draw the frame for it. Just think of a metal work of art in the shape of an animal or object. Start by drawing a circle for the head, and from the top draw a long, curved line for the neck. At the bottom of the neck line draw an egg shape for the body of the bird. Than draw a larger circle for the middle part of the pelican’s body. Finish off the frame by drawing a rounded pyramid for the tail.
Now after all the guides for the frame have been drawn, the next step is to start filling in the lining by drawing around the guides. Starting at the top, outline the pointed feathered pelican’s head. The next sketch on the eye is larger than most birds, after you draw the dividing line to show the pelican beak. Draw a long sword-shaped sword with the line going down the middle thickening underneath. Remember that the pelican bill has a pocket, so make sure the bottom of the bill is thicker than the top. Now you can sketch in the neck and detail a part of the body. Fill in the pins quite thick.
This is the final step. It is true that it has only three steps. Since the pelican is a big, bold animal, drawing it is an easy task. What you will do now in this step is outline the eyeball and all those loose looking feathers. Pelican feathers always look wet and detached. The wings should be outlined in a different direction than the end of the tail. Sketch some details and fur on the chest and define the legs and feet with some simple lines. After you’ve done all of this, you can go ahead and erase all the outline marks and instructions made in step 1.
I present about the Australian pelican. This is a cute looking bird isn’t it. The next step will just be to color and puff the feathers with a shading technique. I don’t know about you but I had so much fun here today.