Bright, colorful birds are a key feature of any jungle or forest and are a stunning sight to see soaring through the skies. Ready to create your own gorgeous lorikeet bird? Then let’s take a closer look at the steps you need to take!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a cyan pen and draw a curved shape at the top of your page, narrowing as you reach the tip of this.
Use a deep blue pen to add two curved lines below this, and connect these at the bottom with another curved line. Fill this in with the blue pen.
Grab a white pen or correction fluid…
And add a white circle to the center of the blue.
Now, use the cyan pen to add a thin line to the right of the dark blue…
And then use an orange pen to add a curved, pointed beak to the end of this, filling this in with the orange pen.
Now, use a dark brown pen to add a section to the bottom of the beak.
Use the brown pen to add a second layer to the beak.
Shade the section to the back of the head with a yellow pen.
Add a second layer to the bottom of the head with the blue pen.
Draw a triangle below the head with a red pen. Fill this in with the red pen, leaving small dots in the shape.
Use a green pen to bring a curved line down on both sides…
And use an orange pen to add a curved shape to the bottom of the red section, filling this in with the orange.
Use a yellow pen to add a curved line below the orange…
And then use a darker green pen to add a line inside the side wings.
Use a bright yellow pen to add a layer inside the right-wing.
Use the cyan pen to add a bumpy line connecting the wings, and fill this section in with the cyan pen.
Add another layer below with the dark blue pen, adding a bumpy line to the bottom…
And then use a purple pen to add a curved line to the bottom right wing.
Use an orange pen to add two forked feet to the bottom of the purple line.
Use the cyan pen to add small marks to the top of the forked feet.
Now, use a brown pen to add a long, thin cylinder shape to the bottom of the feet, creating a log for the bird to sit on.
Now, use the purple pen to add the bottom section to the bird.
Use a bright yellow pen to add a pointed triangle to the bottom of the log…
And then use a green pen to add another triangle around this.
Add another triangle to the bottom with a dark green pen.
Use an orange pen to add lines to either side of the tail.
Now, add a line to the left with a light yellow pen.
Use a light green pen to add a line to the left, just below the log.
Now, use a black pen to add a dot to the center of the eye. Finally, draw the claws of your bird with this same black pen.
And there we have it – a stunning, colorful lorikeet. Why not take some time to learn more about these amazing birds – there is plenty to discover and explore!