How To Draw A Vulture 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 become the head of the vulture.
Draw the vulture’s eyes. Within the circle, draw an oval. Just outside the circle, partially enclose the oval. Draw a curved line on each eyelid to indicate the eyelid. Cover an oval below it to form the pupil. Draw short curved lines at the top of the head to indicate the feathers.
Draw mines, erase as needed. Use curved lines to outline the curved, triangular beak at the tip of the hook. Use a curved line to enclose the narrow, triangular bill below it. Draw a small spiral to indicate the nostril.
Erase the bottom part of the circle and draw the long neck of the vulture. Use a pair of curves and join them at the end.
Draw feather frills at the base of the vulture’s neck. Use a series of overlapping curves to create a circle.
Extend curved lines from the nape and base of the neck to outline the vulture’s body. Allow the lines to meet at a gentle point.
Draw the vulture’s wings, erasing as needed. Use overlapping curves.
Draw the vulture’s paws. Use a curved line to draw each toe. For the proximal toes of each foot, duplicate the line back to itself to form a “C” shape.
Draw the vulture’s tail. Draw a pair of curved lines going down from its body. Connect them at the bottom using a series of curved lines.
Color your vulture. In our illustration, we have shaded our vulture to resemble a Ruppell vulture or a white vulture. Vultures come in many colors. Depending on the species, their fur can be black, brown, reddish, yellow, gray or white. Their heads can also be black, brown, gray, red, pink, or even orange patterned.