How to draw a sparrow?
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Sparrows are constantly tweeting on the roofs of houses, smartlyjumping along the paths of squares and parks, splashing happily in warm urban puddles. Their carelessness and fun is familiar to many, and most of the people these little birds raise their spirits. To always be in a good mood, you should keep their image close to you. And it's better to draw this bird, especially since it's not difficult at all. However, before drawing a sparrow with a pencil, it is better to have his image before his eyes, so it will turn out to be more expressive. But if you have good visual memory, then it may not be necessary for you.
Drawing a sparrow
Before drawing a sparrow, you shouldarm yourself with a simple pencil and a sheet of paper. First of all, you should draw a head of a sparrow, in the form of a small circle. Then you need to add a trunk to your head, drawing an oval. Then, approximately in the middle of the bird's calf, it is necessary to draw a wing, in the form of a petal of a flower. The wing should get out a little from the body.
Now with the help of the arc in the lower part of the body it is necessary to show the breast of the sparrow. And with two small semicircles on the breast, you need to designate the bases for the bird's legs.
Then draw the tail in the form of three figures, similaron the petals of the flower, they must come from the back of your torso. Further on the head of the sparrow, with rounded lines, draw a strip characteristic of it. And on it is a small round-shaped eye. After that add a small triangular beak to the sparrow. Now on the wings of the bird with oval lines show plumage.
Finally, add two sparrows to the bodyshort yellow legs. It is necessary to draw on each foot 4 fingers: 1 behind and 3 in front. All the drawing is ready. If you want, you can color the bird so that it is bright.
Now you know how to draw a sparrowstep by step, and your drawing will delight you throughout the day. If you want to see how the sparrow paints artists, then you can see the video attached to this article.