Drawing a Zombie Turkey

Artist: Dawn / November 12, 2020

Step 1.

Alright, are you ready. Make a couple guidelines and shapes to create the framework for your turkey zombie.

Step 2.

Begin sketching out the turkey's face and snood. Notice that there is a wound on the face with shards of bone and other matter up in the air. Detail the snood which is the skin that hangs off the beak and don't forget to draw in and color the eye.

Step 3.

Next, draw in the beak which is open and there is some slim stretching from the beak being screamed open. When that is done draw in the thick long neck and then the chest or breast of the bird. The turkey thighs also need to be added so does some of    

Step 4.

You can now draw in the wings, feather layers on the wings and then the turkey tail feathers. For the most part, this lesson is just like drawing a Thanksgiving Turkey, just with a few modifications. If you want to keep this a traditional turkey, don   

Step 5.

All you have to do here is draw in the legs and talons or feet. Take your time and you will get there.

Step 6.

Next, sketch in some small ruffled feathers that are scattered on the chest or breast, then add the grooved indent lines on the legs.

Step 7.

For the last drawing step just simply draw in the rest of the large crown of tail feathers. This is a massive display for a dead turkey. Erase the mistakes and all the guides too.

Step 8.

Here is your dead turkey or zombie turkey. Color in this animal and show off what you have just created for the holiday season. Gobble Gobble everyone.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 12, 2020
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Description: I don't know why, but I thought it would be both cool and gruesome to make a lesson on how to draw a zombie turkey, step by step. I guess the whole concept came to me because of the fact that turkeys are grown and raised on farms to be dinner on most of the tables throughout America. Because of this those turkeys that are raised will be decapitated and turned into food. Instead of doing a turkey on a platter, I did something a bit different. This dead turkey is ready to be roasted fried or baked and before you do such a thing you have to pluck those feathers. Anyways, I do hope you have fun drawing a zombie turkey it is something that I worked hard on so let me know your thoughts on this lesson. Adios people and happy Thanksgiving.