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How to draw a duck?

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In this tutorial we will learn how to draw a duck! This tutorial is suitable for people of all ages. We will follow the step by step easy and simple instructions to draw a duck.

Draw a Duck

You have seen many of the kids playing with the ducks. Doesn’t it look adorable? In this tutorial we will learn how to draw a beautiful duck, the most favorite toys for the children. This tutorial is suitable for people of all ages. 

Ducks

Duck is one of the most favorite stuffed toys for the children. The duck has some unique characteristics that other toys do not have. They help the kids to develop their imagination and cognition!

Kids, adults and people of all ages love to play and enjoy the ducks. Many people decorate their kid’s rooms with the big size duck stuffed toys. Ducks are the symbol of innocence and playful nature. 

 Let’s learn how to draw a duck!

What you need:

  1. Our printable duck drawing guide
  2. Pencils for drawing the shapes
  3. Colors for coloring
  4. Paper 

How to draw a duck?

STEP 1:

Draw a circle at the top of the page. This will serve as the face of the duck.

STEP 2:

Draw an oval shape next to the circle already drawn. This oval will serve the body of the duck.

STEP 3:

Draw two lines extending from the circle to the top of the oval. They will form the neck of the duck. Also, draw a curved hump on the back side of the oval as the wing of the duck.

STEP 4:

Now, draw another smaller oval inside the main oval body. Draw a small circle in the face of the duck as the eye of the duck and a curved rectangular beak of the duck.

STEP 5:

Inside the eye of the duck, draw another smaller circle as the eyeball. Add a small, curved eyebrow of the duck. Extend a small rectangle below the beak to represent its opening.

STEP 6:

Draw the zigzag wings inside the small oval drawn in the duck’s body. Now, let’s draw the water below the duck. For this, draw two consecutive circles representing the water.

STEP 7:

Color the duck and water. The whole picture looks too adorable. 

In this way, you can draw the duck in a very easy and simple way! 

Congratulations!! You’ve completed How to draw a duck.

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