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Learn how to draw a Vulture

Let`s learn how to draw a vulture realistically.Vulture is a large bird. Visually slightly recalling the eagles and other birds of prey, vultures are scavengers and feed on carcasses of large animals. It’s worth seeing, in indescribable heat of the African noon, several vultures soaring on their wings motionless for hours. What are they doing

How to draw a pheasant tutorial

There are many types of pheasants in the world. I watched the Golden and silver pheasants in the zoo. These birds of Paradise. The silver one looked very stylish and elegant and Golden pheasant struck with his splendor. These were males. Female pheasants look quite modestly. Let`s learn how to draw a Golden pheasant. Golden

How to draw a Hummingbird tutorial

Let`s learn how to draw a Hummingbird. Hummingbirds are living in America, they are famous for their record-breaking small sizes and often have very bright plumage. However, there are quite a large species, and the color can be inconspicuous, so everything is variable. Hummingbirds are the aces of flying.They flap their wings with incredible speed,

How to draw a Pelican tutorial

Let`s learn how to draw a Pelican. The Pelican is similar in part to the egret and marabou,but differs from them in short legs and a big fish sack under the beak. Like other water birds Pelican can swim, walk on land and flies well. Let’s first draw a Pelican walking on the ground. Pelican

How to draw a Flamingo tutorial

Let`s learn how to draw a Flamingo. Surely you all know how Flamingo looks: oval body, long legs, long neck, strange beak, and red color – that branded image of a Flamingo.But still,when you look at a picture of this bird you can not help wonder how grotesque it looks. Flamingo drawing – lesson 1

How to draw an African ostrich

Let`s learn how to draw an ostrich. All of you probably know about the existence of these amazing huge flightless birds like ostriches. So are the American nandu and Australian emus with cassowary. But we will make the reservation that, with a great outward similarity, these all birds are not close relatives. From a scientific