Birds to Draw Step by Step: How to Draw a Mockingbird

How to Draw a Mockingbird: Fun Birds to Draw Step by Step with Free Bird Printable


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Do you like drawing? Do you like Mockingbirds? I do! And this blog post is about Birds to Draw Step by Step. Birds are really fun to draw, and there are so many different kinds of them.

In this beginner drawing tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw a basic Mockingbird shape, and then we’ll go over some tips for adding feathers and details. Let’s get started!

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Birds to Draw Step by Step: How to Draw a Mockingbird

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Birds to Draw Step by Step: How to Draw a Mockingbird

Mockingbirds are so cool! They can mimic the sounds of other birds and animals. I bet they’re fun to draw, too.

Do you think you can try to draw one? I’ll show you a Mocking Birds to Draw Step by Step!

1. Create a curved line.

Create a curved line for the head and short lines for the body next. A single line is used for the visible wing. Finish this step by designing the tail and upper layer of the body. 

2. Draw a complete outline.

Then draw a complete outline of the Mockingbird’s body like in this example. The tail must be included, as well as the leg ligaments.

3. Draw its beak. 

Draw its beak to make this bird look like a mockingbird.

4. Draw the eye.

After the beak, draw a small circular shape for the eye should be drawn, and then a smaller circle within it should be drawn.

5. Add the legs.

To draw the legs then add the claws.

6. Draw the second leg.

In the same manner, as you created the first leg, create second legs in this step.

7. Draw the wings. 

Add the wing to the side of the mockingbird.

8. Add the feathers.

To further add feathery texture details, we will draw a few curved lines inside the wing.

9. Double check your work.

Check and see if your picture look like this.

10. Color the Bird in. 

And in the last step, as always, we use color. Please remember to draw some simple shades on the surface. You can color it any color you want!


Congratulations! You have learned Mockingbirds to Draw Step by Step.

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Birds to Draw Step by Step: How to Draw a Mockingbird

What is a mockingbird?

A mockingbird is a type of songbird found in North and South America. These birds are known for their unique ability to mimic the sounds of other birds and animals.

They have a wide range of vocalizations, including songs, calls, and chatter. Mockingbirds are also known for their distinctive white or gray plumage and long tails.

Conclusion on Birds to Draw Step by Step

If you enjoyed following along with this How to Draw a Mockingbird, be sure to check out some of our other ones.

We have a variety of tutorials on different animals and subjects, all designed to help you improve your drawing skills.

And if there’s something specific, you’d like us to cover, let us know in the comments! We love getting feedback from our readers and trying new things. Happy drawing!

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