Apr 29, 2013

Toucan Drawing

Toucans are fun birds to draw as the oversize beak is begging for lots of color.
1. Fold the paper into quarters to help get started. Start the beak on the fold, and extend it to the right as far as possible. Draw the head, back, belly and chest. Add a wing, feet and feathers off the tail. The curved cheek is connected to the beak. Finish with a tree and leaves.
2. Trace all the lines in black.
3. Color in as desired. My sample was finished with crayons.

2 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

So SWEET!

Faigie said...

Do you know about Mona Brooks's Drawing with Children? The toucan is one of her earliest projects in teaching kids to draw