Hello world, Today I am drawing an owl!
For this drawing you will need:
- colorful pencil crayons
- a sharpener
- an eraser
- some markers
- a pencil
- a piece of paper
Try not to use the super cheap pencil crayons, they will work, but probably not look as good. Also make sure your markers can over lap pencil crayons to make it darker, sharpies will work too! My eraser does not erases pencil crayons very well. So when I make a mistake, I just try to draw over it instead of erase it. Quick tip, do not use the small part of the sharpener to sharpen pencil crayons, the bigger hole was made for it. I used a light brown shaded piece of paper but that doesn't matter.
Let's get started:)
Just like everyone of my drawings, I always start with a light sketch, just so you know what your doing.Do not sketch it to hard!!!
Now try to erase your sketch as much as possible, but still able to briefly see he lines. Then start drawing the eye. Draw the outline with jet black, then color in the pupil leaving out the high lights. For the pupil, draw it with dark blue pencil crayons, then draw, with a dark grey marker over it. I should now look like a blackish blueish. Notice that I lightly colored half the largest highlight with a shade of blue. Then draw brief streaks of blue on the right bottom corner of the eye.
I then finished the eyelash looking lines with some blue, and black. Then I drew some more blue circles around the pupil, along with some light red too. Leave some white though, for more realism.
Now I am starting the fur or feathers, I really have no idea, maybe I should ask my mom...never mind. We have some brown, red, and orange just going with the flow of your sketch you did in the first step. Then with dark brown outline the beak.
Then add some more blue and red streaks around the owl.
Then add more color beside all the line in the previous step. And color the beak gold.
Then add more color, and you picture will start looking great.
You then want to start outlining the leaves with a mixture of colors.
Now color the leaves in, and your done! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and give it a try:)