From crossing the road to forming the center of a global marketing campaign, there seems to be little that a chicken can not do if they put their mind to it… but dabbing? Well, anything is possible with the power of art!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin by using a black liner to create a wavy line just below the top of your page. On the left-hand side, add a large, grand point, and bring a line down, curving across to the right slightly.
Continue this line across to the right, angling it upwards as you reach the end. Then, bring a curved line down on the left-hand side.
Return to the angled line, and continue this up to meet the right of the curved line you started with. Then, add another curved line heading downwards towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Add another wavy line to connect the two sides together.
Beneath this, add a large “L” shaped line, and repeat this with a parallel line underneath. Join the two lines with a point.
Make two marks in the center sections, each slightly angled.
Then, add two “U” shapes, one below each mark.
Next, add a wide “V” shape beneath the bottom section…
And add a small “crescent moon” shape just to the right of this.
Add two small “teardrop” shapes immediately below the “V”…
And then bring a curved line down, across, and back in, descending from the left-hand teardrop shape.
Leave a slight gap, before continuing this line across, up, and curving back down in a “W” shape. Leave another small gap, and then continue the line back up and inwards.
Now, bring two parallel lines down from the left hand “bump”, and add three spiky “prongs” to the end of this to create a claw. Connect the parallel lines at the top with a straight line, and add another “spike” beside this.
Repeat this on the right-hand side to create a second leg.
Now, return to the unfinished line on the right-hand side. Bring this out and across, with sharp waves, curving at the end and coming back across to the side of the head – this is one wing” for your chicken.
Next, add two sharp, short lines to the right of the wing, the left of the drawing, and to the right of the left leg – these show that your chicken is moving quickly.
Grab a gray pen, and use this to color the main body of your chicken, leaving the crest, beak, and legs white for the moment.
Use a red pen to fill in these sections…
Before adding more detail with a black pen on the wing, and around the face.
Add more shadow and detail around the inside of the right-hand edge, making this wider on the legs.
Take a black liner, and add a series of short, sharp marks across the right of the body, wing, and face.
Now, use the black liner to add a curved line to the right of the body, before adding three “points” and connecting back to the body to form a tail.
Use the gray pen to add color to the tail…
And the black pen on the inside for extra texture and detail.
Finally, grab a black liner, and use this to add a series of short marks for texture on the tail.
And there we have it – the chicken who can truly do anything; even dab!