click the image to enlargeDraw three circles as you see on this picture. Possibly in the same or similar size and position. Two big circles represent the head and the belly – the body of the bird and the smallest circle is the tail part.
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click the image to enlargeDraw the eye circles above the horizontal guideline as you see on the picture. Actually, they look more like half circles because cheeks overlap them.
click the image to enlargeDraw both legs and the branch on which this bird is sitting.
click the image to enlargeNow, you can start to gradually erase unnecessary guidelines. Observe the picture well and do it. This should be an easy task. When erasing pencil guidelines on narrow places use a pencil-type-eraser.
click the image to enlargeNow you can add a couple of feathers on the top of the head. These will create a cute looking accent to your cartoon bird. Actually, here you can make a test. First, draw the bird without these feathers and then add the feathers. Compare which version looks better :)
click the image to enlargeShade the body of your bird as you see on the picture. Large circle around the eyes, the cheeks and the belly should remain white or brighter than the rest of the body. Darken the end of the wings and the tail feathers.
Jan 16, 19 04:07 PM
I am a big fan of Dragon Ball Z.....I am seeing this cartoon from my childhood....it always enjoyable to see it...here is a quick drawing of Goku from
Jan 16, 19 07:03 AM
Finishing up my duck set with a Male duck.
Jan 15, 19 02:29 AM
Am actually doing one art by using a reference photo and which will take lot of time, may be several weeks. But as I cannot constantly remain in it, so
Jan 15, 19 01:54 AM
My last sketch was a female duck, so I figured I would give a duckling a try. The fluffier texture seemed like it would be a lot less difficult but was
Jan 13, 19 09:32 AM
It's The princess on my dreams.I'd want to be like her.
Jan 13, 19 04:15 AM
My sample collection
Jan 12, 19 06:04 PM
This is the sketch of my friend Joyita Bhattacharya.
Jan 12, 19 06:00 PM
This is the portrait of bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar which i made 3-4 years ago....
Jan 12, 19 05:51 PM
Trying something new trying feather textures which was quite tricky! Almost gave up on the drawing a few times. It’s funny how adding or erasing one line
Jan 12, 19 02:36 AM
This is the sketch of one of my very good friend Joyita Bhattacharya..