How to Draw a Crow
With this rather simple drawing lesson, the team of artists of Drawingforall.net will show you how to draw a crow with seven elementary steps. According to the tradition of our site, we will show a very realistic way of drawing a crow, but we will do it in the simplest way.
When developing a crow drawing, the first thing we need to create a simple skeleton. The head and torso are presented in the form of simple ovals, and the neck and legs in the form of the simplest lines.
Add an eye and beak. Next, thicken the neck and legs of the crow. We conclude the second stage by sketching the tail and wings, as the artists of Drawingforall.net did.
Let’s add the most crucial details to our crow drawing. First of all, we form the correct shape of the head and torso of the crow. Next, add the details of the feathers and depict the claws.
Starting from the fourth step, we will add details to the crow drawing. With the help of clear and dark lines trace the outlines of the head and draw the plumage. Remove the unnecessary guidelines with the help of an eraser.
The same thing we need to do with the body of the crow. That is, in the fifth step, we trace the torso using clean lines, remove unnecessary guidelines and draw plumage on the wings.
To complete the creation of the crow drawing, we need to trace the lower part. Make the lines of the legs clean and neat. Form the correct outlines of the fingers and claws, remove any remaining guidelines.
If you want your crow drawing to have depth, roundness and mass, you should add some shadows. Do this with the help of hatching in the places indicated by the artists of Drawingforall.net.
Above, in seven fairly simple steps, we showed you how to draw a crow easily and quickly. This is certainly not the first or last instruction on how to draw animals. We have already created an incredible number of very different lessons about the most different beasts. If you want to be aware of all future articles, then be sure to subscribe to us in social networks.
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