Birds come in all shapes, sizes, and colors – but have you ever seen a geometric style bird? Well, this is about to appear before you – all you have to do is follow our short, simple steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a green pen, and draw a sharp, slightly jagged point in the right side of your page, pointing this down to the bottom right-hand corner.
Use a dark blue pen to add another line just below this.
Grab a pink pen, and draw a slanted, slightly angled square shape behind this. Fill this in almost completely, leaving a small white circle in the center.
Fill this circle with a blue pen, and add a small triangle to the left of the shape.
Grab the green pen, and add a green section to the area above the blue triangle, and to the left of the pink shape.
Use a purple pen to add an “arrow” shape to the top of the green and pink.
Use a red pen to add a triangle to the bottom…
And then use a pink pen to add a sharp “M” shape to the right of the pink section.
Connect this to the red triangle with a green pen.
Use a pink pen to add a triangle to the bottom…
Add a long, thin orange triangle to the bottom.
Use a blue pen for a shape below this…
And follow this with an orange pen below.
Use a pink pen for a slanted square shape below this.
Now, add a triangle behind with the pink square.
Use a green pen for the shape below this…
And then use a yellow pen to add a triangle behind the red triangle at the back of the head.
Use a dark blue pen to add an “arrow” shape below the yellow.
Now, use a deep green pen to add a rectangle shape behind this…
And then a yellow triangle below this.
Follow this with a purple section behind…
And then add a series of pointed feathers fanning out behind the bird, using pinks, orange, greens, reds, and blue pens for a stunning array of color.
Use a light green pen to add a long shape to the right of the tail…
And then a purple pen to add a triangle just below this.
Fill in the gap to the right with a dark green pen.
Now, add more pointed feathers to the bottom of the bird with green, pink, yellow, red and blue pens for more color.
Now, did you ever see such a colorful, vibrant bird? This is truly a sight for sore eyes!