Complete the peacock drawing in just 9 easy steps! The peafowl, also known as the peafowl, is a medium-sized bird that inhabits tropical rainforests in warm climates. They are particularly known for their distinctively colored tail feathers, which spread out in a beautiful fan that spans the bird’s back and touches the ground from side to side. cartoon drawing
The extreme popularity and exceptional beauty of peacocks have made it a highly demanded-drawing tutorial. So there you have it. We’ve created a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw a peacock, summarized in 9 quick and easy steps. An illustration accompanies each instruction to make the steps easier to follow. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead; grab your pen and paper!
How to draw a peacock – allows begin!
Start by drawing a perfect circle slightly above the middle of your paper. Then draw a diagonal W-shaped line to create a soft texture on the top of the head. Remember to draw with light strokes when creating rough outlines and sketches. This ensures that you can easily eliminate any schematic lines you no longer need. It also helps to keep your drawing neat.
Step 2 – Outline the Head and Body of the Peacock
Just below the head, draw a long shape with a narrow top and a wider bottom to create the body.
The body’s shape should look roughly like a vase when drawn correctly.
Step 3 – Next, draw the two legs of the peacock
Draw thin legs next to each other under the peacock’s body. Don’t forget to add a tri-claw foot to the bottom of each leg. Try to make the peacock’s legs and feet identical as much as possible.
Step 4 – Next, draw the wings of the peacock
Circle a curved line on either side of the peacock’s body. The curved line should follow the contour of the peacock’s body, creating the appearance of a perfectly still pair of wings on the sides of its body.
Step 5 – Next, draw half of the feathers
Now it’s time to draw the peacock’s most distinctive physical features: the feathers on its back! It looks especially good when separated, so that’s exactly what we’ll draw in this step. Continue with an elongated shape with a round bottom to create the first feather attached to the peacock’s back. Then replicate the same actions until there are five feathers flank by flank. This forms the first half of the peacock’s fan-shaped feather set.
Step 6 – Now Complete the Fan Feathers
Draw five more feathers on the other side. Note that all feathers should be the same width and length. After completing this step, ten feathers should be on the peacock’s back.
Step 7 – Add Patterns to the First Five Feathers
The pattern can be created by drawing a narrow teardrop shape upside down. Then draw a smaller shape similar to the one we just drew. Then draw a semicircle inside the shape. That’s all! The patterns may look complex, but drawing them is that simple! Draw two designs on each feather: a large one at the top and a smaller one at the bottom. Note that only the top design will be visible on the middle feathers, as shown in the illustration.
Step 8: Then, add details on all the feathers.
Repeat the previous step and continue drawing the same pattern on each feather. In this step, you must finish drawing the patterns on the ten peacock feathers.
Step 9: Now draw the facial features of the peacock.
To complete your drawing, draw the eyes and beak of the peacock. To outline the eyes, continue to draw two standing oval shapes inside the peacock’s face. Then remove two little rings inside per look. Now shade all the eyes except for the small inner circles. It adds drama and makes the eyes sparkle! To create the beak, draw a shape with one pointed edge on the right side and two on the left side. Don’t forget to add an outline inside the beak to refine the shape and create the look of a tongue! There you go: you have successfully drawn a beautiful peacock! Now it’s time for the part you’ve probably been waiting for, filling in the peacock’s colors! Peacocks typically have iridescent blue bodies, and their back feathers combine metallic shades of blue and green. However, there are unique species of peacocks that have pink, purple, and other vibrant pigments.