Peacocks are known for their proud, dominant and confident nature – and if we had their colors, beauty, and grace, we may act in the same way! Are you ready to bring your own stunning peacock to life in just a few short steps? Well then, let’s take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a blue pen, and draw an angled “horseshoe” shape on the left side of your page. Make the right slightly longer than the left.
Bring this right line down, across, and then add three “bumps”, with the line of the bottom bump heading across to the left.
Add another large “u” shape below this…
And then connect this to the bottom of your original shape.
Add a small circle in the left of your original horseshoe – this is the head of your peacock now.
Shade the whole shape with the blue pen, leaving the small circle white.
Use the blue pen to add three curved “spikes” to the back of the head, and fill these in.
Add three more “bumps” to the left of the neck, connecting these with a curved line at the bottom…
And then use a gray pen to add a curved line above the white circle, with small lashes at the bottom. Add a series of curves all across the body, and three curved lines inside each set of”bumps” – or wings.
Use an orange pen to add a beak to the left of the face…
And then use a pink pen to add a spot of color to the cheeks.
Next, grab the orange pen and draw a thicker line at the bottom, reaching down to fork into four for the foot.
Add another foot just in front of the first…
And then use a green pen to add a “loop” behind the neck.
Add another green loop just behind this.
Then, add another three loops behind this one…
And fill the spaces in the center with an orange pen.
Now, use a yellow pen to add a series of loops all across the back of the green ones.
Add small, “teardrop” shapes just inside the top of these loops.
Use a dark green pen to add a line in the center of the yellow sections…
And then add small lines on either side of each of these longer lines.
Use an orange pen to add small marks around the outside of the yellow circles…
And then use a dark blue pen to add small circles to the ends of the green lines, filling these in with the blue pen.
Use an orange pen to add small curved shapes to the top of this.
Now, use the yellow pen for the outside layers of feathers.
Use the green pen to draw small lines between the yellow feathers.
Then, add another row of green feathers to the outside of the yellow layer.
Add small shapes to the top of the green feathers…
And then use a blue pen to add small circle shapes to the bottom of these shapes.
Now, use an orange pen for curves above the blue shapes, and flicks around the green shapes.
Connect these green shapes to the layer below with an orange pen, and add small marks on either side.
Then, use a green pen to shade the rest of this outer layer.
And there we have it – a super cute peacock, ready to show off his beauty to the world – all that he needs is a name!