How To Draw a Hummingbird

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STEP 1. The first drawing step to making this pretty hummingbird is to make a circle for the head of the bird, and then draw out the oblong shape for the body.   STEP 2. Start at the tip of the beak and begin drawing the thin style of the very long beak. Continue the lining until the head and chest is all sketched in.   STEP 3. Draw and color in an eyeball, and then begin adding the small detailing feathers by sketching little curved dashes on the head and along the cheek like so.   STEP 4. Now that the head is all drawn in, you can start working on the wing. Slowly draw a the top of the wing like so, and then begin sketching out the feathers that will ultimately form the small wing. Add some feathery detailing and then proceed on.   STEP 5. Here you will begin sketching out the other wing like so, and notice how it is long than the other. Sketch in some feathers like so, and then proceed on once again.   STEP 6. For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the rest of the body for the hummingbird, and then draw the tail feathers spread out in a fan like display. Clean up the drawing and you are ready to color in your bird.   STEP 7. Congratulations you did it. You drew your very own ruby-throated hummingbird. All you have to do now is color it using your own color pallet.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7.