It will be easier for children to draw in squares. That’s why you should draw the auxiliary lines in the center of the paper’s sheet first. It will be easier to orientate where and how to draw the details in such a way.
Draw an oval from the point of the lines’ intersection with a shift to the right.
Draw a small circle in the upper left square. You can use your compass or encircle a small round object, a coin, for example.
Connect the body and the head with the help of two smooth lines.
It’s interesting to know that ducks often lose their balance when they are walking and fall on the chest.
It’s usually short, wedge-shaped or straight.
Erase unnecessary lines
We’ll get only the contour of the bird’s body.
It’s flattened, of medium length.
They are small, look like the buttons.
The upper part of the body and the top part of the back differ in color from the neck. It’s confined with the ring.
Draw feathers with the help of smooth lines.
Draw the wing.
They are short with lastoursville membranes. First, draw one foot.
Then, another one.
Draw feathers on the wing, adding small details on the feet and eyes.