How to draw a Hen easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a chicken for beginners and kids.
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
Start by drawing a series of long and short curves. Allows short lines to fold in half and encounters longer lines at jagged spots, giving the impression of ruffled feathers. These lines form the top of the head and the nape of the chicken.
Draw a long, curved line to form the front of the neck. Then, use a series of curves that meet at the jagged points to connect this line to the nape.
Draw the wings. Start by drawing two curves. Between the wing feathers by overlapping elongated “U”-shaped lines.
Draw the chicken breasts using the curves. Allows the lines to meet and form a jagged point.
Draw another series of curves, complete with a jagged point, extending from the tip of the wing. Now you have outlined the shape of the chicken body.
Draw the upper part of the leg using the curves. Connect the lines by a series of curves that meet at jagged points, implying the presence of feathers.
Draw the tail by extending a curve from above the wing. Then draw a series of upside-down “U”-shaped lines to indicate the tail feathers.
Draw more outstretched tail feathers first. Using curves, allowing them to meet in different ways, some at sharp angles and some round.
Draw the beak. Stretch the two curves from the top, meeting each other at a sharp point. Complete the curved triangle with a curve, leaving some space between the lines at the bottom corner.
Use the curves to form the bottom part of the mine. Attach a rounded triangle inside the beak to indicate the opening of the mouth. Detail the upper part of the beak and the corner of the mouth using short curves.
Use two curves to draw the spout that extends below the beak.
Use a long, wavy, and curved line to draw the comb on top of the chicken.
Use short, curves to add texture and details to the feathers on the neck, body, and wings.
Draw the lower leg by extending a pair of lines from the upper leg.
Draw the foot. For each toe, stretch a pair of lines and connect the lines by a short, curved line. Wrap a triangle at the end of each toe to form claws.
Add feather details to the upper leg.
Draw the other foot using the same method as the first foot.
Complete the foot by drawing the toes far away, including the triangular nail.
Draw short and curves in the mouth to indicate the tongue. Draw a circle to outline the eye. Draw another circle to form the pupil. In the pupil, add sparkle to the eye by drawing two small circles. Shade the pupils.
Color your chicken. In our example the chicken is brown with a red comb and feathers. Chicken comes in many colors and patterns, however, be creative. Some chickens have spots, stripes or a checkerboard pattern. They can come in white, black, orange, or even purple, blue and green feathers!