How to Draw a Eagle easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. for everyone to start and for children
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: HTDraw
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Begin by drawing a small oval.
To the right of the oval, extend a series of connected, curved lines, returning to the oval. This enclosed shape will form the feathers of the eagle’s neck.
Erase the guide lines formed by the original oval.
Draw the beak using a series of curved lines. The beak should cross outside the form of the head, lines meeting in a hooked point.
Erase the guide lines from within the beak.
Draw a larger oval overlapping the feathers of the neck.
Draw a long, curved line extending from the large oval. Between the end of the line and the oval, draw a series of connected, curved lines to form the feathers of the wing.
Draw two long, curved lines extending from the head and neck of the eagle. Allow the lines to meet in a rounded point.
From the first wing, extend a number of curved lines. The lines towards the tip of the wing should enclose long, narrow shapes. Those near the base of the wing should be shorter, wider, and more “U” shaped.
Draw several “U” shaped lines underneath the second wing.
Extend two curved lines from the large oval. Connect the lines using a series of curved, “U” shaped lines.
Erase the guide lines left from the large oval.
Draw a series of short curved lines at the base of the tail. Allow the lines to meet in jagged points.
Draw a second series of short, curved lines meeting in jagged points, extending from the belly of the eagle.
Draw the feet using overlapping curved lines. At the end of the toes, use two short, curved lines to form a curved triangle shape. Add texture to the feet by drawing several short lines across each toe.
Erase the guide lines from the legs and feet.
Add the texture of feathers to the wings, neck, and body. Do this by drawing patches of short, curved lines. Some lines may connect.
Draw a small circle near the beak, to form the eye. Draw a smaller circle within the first circle. Shade the smaller circle.
Draw a small, narrow oval within the beak. Draw a short, curved line above the eye.
Color your eagle. The bald eagle is typically brown with a white head, but other types of eagles display a range of colors and patterns – grey, brown, black, tan, and white coloration is common, and some have speckles on the wings and stomach.