This tutorial reveals how to draw the head of the carbonate from the side view in twelve steps. It contains detailed illustrations and simple drawing for kids. While the painting of animals can be complex, it is a very friendly activist beginner because it offers an apparent collapse of the drawing process. The examples show how they can accept the most characteristic features of the eagle with minimal details and create a fairly realistic drawing. It is recommended to start the pencil tutorial and draw light lines that you can easily delete if you make a mistake.
Draw a contour of the head of the eagle
Start drawing with a simple contour, basically a silhouette without smaller details. First, take a nice spout with a hook-like high and add the lines to set the upper and lower parts of the head/neck. Please note that you can weaken this outline when adding different head features.
Draw the eyes and surrounding forms
Pull the eye as a circle or oval light with its upper part, easily covered by the eyebrow. You can project the line from the line/end to the eyebrow from the zone in which the beak passes into the head.
Subsequently, as indicated in the example, they can draw a pair of design lines for the spring pattern and under the eye. Please note that actual springs are added in subsequent steps, and these lines can be removed.
Draw the area Play
From the middle of the shape surrounding the eye, the tip of the snack decreases the spring pattern of the “cheek.” You can then expand the bill of the invoice to combine in its lower curve usually.
Draw the details of the invoice
Add the smallest details of the invoice as shown in step.
- Add the line that splits the upper and lower halves.
- Draw a line looking like a wave in the upper part to separate it from the nose zone
- Show the “lips” as a contour of the mouth, which is wider in the direction of the base and is narrower in the direction of the tip.
- Draw the line that divides it from the head
- Add the nasenlil
Draw the details of the eye
Once again, you can see a step by step.
- Draw students like a small circle or a light vertical oval
- Add the culminating point (the reflected light of the eye) rides students as a horizontal oval tiny.
- Show eyelids like an outline around the main form of the eye
- Define the shaded area
- Fill the students and “in the shadows” part of the eye with black shading or pencil
You should have a finished basic design of the eagle’s head in this phase. So you can start darkening the lines that keep you for your final drawing by going with more shots on you. Alternatively, you can use a black pen or marker, but only if you are very confident that you will not go wrong.
Darker the lines
As already noted, you can darken the regions of the drawing that remain unchanged in its final phase. After finishing the eyes, you can also transmit the outline of the invoice.
Draw sources around the eyes
To look more realistic from the eagle and less like a wireframe, you can now add a pair of spring patterns starting with the area around the eyes.
You can shoot most of them with only two lines by adding details and lines here so that the pattern appears randomly. Try to draw any piece to be a bit different from the wave and a random wave or curve.
You can directly pull feathers with darker shots because they already have the design lines of the previous lines to guide them. You can then use the top of deletion to delete guidance lines once you have finished.
Draws the sources around the cheek.
After the eye, add the springs around the cheek and the base of the mouth area. The sources below the mouth generally tend to be tiny to attract them pretty much. They look with very small lines like rivers. The sources to the back of the “cheek” should be much larger.
Draw the feathers that describe the head
Design elements of the general shape of the head with a darker line similar to the invoice, but also add feathers that randomly stick to a few numbers. In particular, it should be a little under the invoice and the back of the head. You can also add tiny fluff directly to the invoice at the top of the head.
Draw the springs before
Show part of the spring pattern on the forehead, simply pulling a pair of curved and corrugated lines. These should be a different length with random curves and waves, but simultaneously, the same overall river should have (up/behind the head).
Add sources around the neck.
Since bald lovers have white sources on their head/neck area, they may have shown this model by creating a “crown pattern wrapped in springs around the neck. Randomizes the size, curve, and direction of these springs, but on the same experience, they are mostly larger than in other areas of the head.
Finish Adler Drawing
Finally, add the last pieces of springs as big tufts of tufts around the upper neck area and the back of the head. It creates an appearance of the head covered with pretty raw sources without drawing each of them. Once you’re done, you should be done with drawing the eagle’s head.
A bald eagle is a pretty cool bird and has a well-experienced design that can be quite impressive. I hope to follow this manual. You helped better understand how to understand better the slightly better understanding of how to get out in general.