In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw an eagle easily even for beginners and those who do not have much experience in drawing.
In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw an eagle easy enough for beginners and kids. These birds of prey are among the largest in the world and are native to North America. Bald eagles are found only in North America. The usual habitats of these eagles are the shores of various lakes and oceans. This beautiful bird is the symbol of the USA. You can move on to sketching the eagle and enjoy drawing!
Time needed: 45 minutes
How to Draw an Eagle Easy
- Shape the head.
Begin by drawing the outline of the eagle’s head.
- Draw the beak.
Draw the pointed, typical eagle beak. After sketching the beak, erase the guidelines.
- Add the eyebrow.
Now add an eagle eyebrow, which is drawn using a curved line.
- Draw the eye.
Start by sketching a semicircular eye shape, and then draw the pupil of the eagle’s eye. Draw the pupil with a white circle inside that visually reflects the light.
- Draw the shape of the body.
Shape the eagle’s body by drawing it using curved lines.
- Feathers of the neck.
Sketch the feathers on the eagle’s neck, sketching in a pointy texture.
- Add wings.
Draw now large eagle wings with pointed feathers.
- Add legs.
Now you need to draw the legs of the eagle.
- Draw the tail.
Sketch the tail feathers of the bald eagle.
- Trace your sketch.
Finally, before the eagle art coloring process, trace the contours of your bird sketch with an ink pen or black marker. If there are no such supplies nearby, then do it with a small brush and black paint.
- Color the bald eagle.
The sketching process is almost complete, you just have to color your artwork and the bald eagle illustration will be complete!
We have completed the drawing of the bald eagle, one of the most majestic and beautiful birds in the world.
This lesson is simple and clear even for beginners, but it is very useful for developing creativity and imagination. I hope you enjoyed the process and enjoyed creating your own painting.
Don’t forget that drawing is a great way to express yourself and reach your potential. Let’s continue to draw and discover new facets of our talent together!