How to Draw an Orange Cartoon Bird with Green Wings

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on February 12, 2020

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To draw this orange cartoon bird, we will use the pear shape.

The bird's face and feet are located inside the pear-shaped body.

It's easier to draw cartoons this way because there are less loose parts.

Sometimes each part can have lots of details, making it harder to draw.

How to Draw an Orange Cartoon Bird

Lesson 1

Lesson 1 Draw the Body-min

Draw a shape of a pear in the center of your paper.

Try to keep the top part of the body short so we can draw the bird's crest.

Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Draw the Wings-min

Paint the orange cartoon bird's feet inside the body.

Continue adding the wings on each side of the body.

Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Draw the Face-min

Sketch the eyes and the bird's beak as you see in the picture.

The beak is in the center of both eyes.

Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Draw the Crest of the orange cartoon bird

Doodle the bird's crest with wavy curves similar to ocean waves.

Lesson 5

Orange Cartoon Bird

Finish your painting by adding colors to your orange cartoon bird.

Also, add objects in the background like clouds or trees.

Fun Bird Facts

Most bird species are Monogamous

The word monogamous is common in human beings but not in the animal kingdom.

Monogamous is having only one mate at a time; Even though this kind of relationship is uncommon to animals, most bird species are monogamous.

The males and females have sexual intercourse, rear the young ones and remain monogamous until one partner dies.

However, some birds have sexual intercourse, then rear the young and are free to find another mating partner for another breeding season.

There are two types of monogamous for birds; There is sexual monogamy and social monogamy.

Sexual monogamy is where a bird has one mate throughout the breeding season or for life.

The social monogamous birds choose a spouse to help raise the young; However, this kind of relationship is short-lived.

After raising the young together, the social monogamous birds divorce and pair up with others for another cycle.

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