Learn to draw Richard from the cartoon “Richard the stork” (+ coloring)

Sparrow Richard was raised by the storks from its birth because being in the egg it have lost its parents and now it considers itself to be one of them. Now it’s the time for the storks to migrate to the south. They fear that Richard will not cope with the flight and leave it at home. But the sparrow decides to prove that it is a stork and it flies to Africa. There will be a lot of challenges for Richard…

Do you want to draw Richard? Let’s try to do this.

You need:
1

Head

Don’t save the space on the paper. Draw a large oval figure at the top.

Head

2

Body

Add a smaller figure of an almond shape at the bottom. All parts of the body are proportional.

Body

3

Wings

They are the forelimbs of the bird, which are used for flight.

Wings

4

Claws and tail

Claws ( the lower bird’s limbs) help to move on the ground and hold the branch.

Claws and tail

There are four fingers on the limbs, as a rule.

Add the tail’s feathers.

It’s interesting to know! Birds use the tail as a rudder. It makes the contour of the body smooth and streamlined, eliminates air turbulence during the flight. The tail of many birds works as a brake for some time before the landing, it opens almost completely and tucks down.

Claws and tail

5

Eyes

Draw the eyes and the pupils inside. These details must be equal.

Eyes

6

Beak

A few people know that the upper part of the beak is called the maxilla and the lower one is mandible.

Beak

7

Plumage

All body of our character is covered by it, but we’ll draw only a couple of feathers on the wings and on the head.

Plumage

8

Coloring

Richard is a sparrow, that’s why we are coloring it in traditional shades of brown. Its eyes are green only.

Coloring

Try to color it online.

Choose how you want to paint.

9

Collage

Collage



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