The basic step-by step drawing guide that follows
Begin with four shapes, 2 for your head, and then two body shapes. Note how the forms are drawn together.
This tutorial will take you through the process one bird at a time. Begin by focusing on the bird to left, and draw out the head’s shape and the claw-like form of the beak.
Then, you’ll create an eye using an oval shape and fill the pupil with the color. After that sketch the cheeks with chubby creases and then draw the beak with serrated lines across your bird’s head. After that, proceed to step four.
Begin by drawing the lovebird to the right side and you look at the head, it is a part of the other bird as they’re both in love. Make sure to draw the eye closed following the lines of the cheeks and beak in the same way.
This is where you begin sketching the body , starting by drawing the line of back as well as the wings. After that you can draw the chest and stomach as you did before moving onto step six.
Let’s draw the body of the lovebird with just the thighs, since the wings are hidden behind the body.
See how you’ve been. What you have to do is draw the outline of their fingers and paws and then draw the ends of the tree they’re perched on.
Create more branches, and note how I created the branches to appear curly and full of character. Next, draw a stunning blossom on the branches. Then proceed to step 9, which is your last drawing step.
Then sketch out the tails and then add all of the detail on the feathers, until you’ve created a neatly drawn couple, like that shown here. Eliminate the lines and the designs you created in the first step.
Here’s how the couple appears as when you’re done. You can now paint them with more interest with the use of some lemon green, pink and lime.