How To Draw A blue Jay Bird with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle. This will help you form the bird’s head.
Extend curved lines down from each side of the circle. This forms the neck of the bird.
Use a series of curved lines to outline the triangular beak, overlapping the original circle. Draw a line down the center of the beak to distinguish the top and bottom.
From the top of the head, draw a curved line. Connect it to the back of the head using a series of short, overlapping curves. This forms the crest.
Use a series of curved lines to outline the wings just below the neck. Notice how the lines converge at a soft point at the beginning.
Erase the guide lines left by the original circle.
Extend a pair of long curved lines from below the wings and double them back to itself. Let the double backs meet in the middle, forming the tail. then, outline the belly. Notice the two protrusions near the tail. These are the upper parts of the legs. Texture each leg with short lines.
Detail your blue apricot with its signature plumage. For the eyes, draw three smaller circles in a row, one of the other circles. Then, using short serrated lines, enclose the back and front patches, and lines across the neck. Draw a set of scalloped lines above the wing and a pair of curved lines below it. Loop a curved line through the tail and belly texture with a series of short, interconnected lines.
Trace the tail with curved lines. Use additional curves to outline the feet and branches.
Color your blue. Their backs are bright blue and their bellies are white. They have white and black markings on the wings and face.