How to Draw a Duckling

Artist: Dawn / March 12, 2009

Step 1.

Okay start this first step by drawing out the guidelines and shapes to make up a frame for the duck and then the guidelines for the cracked egg. Start with a circle for the ducks head and then the body. You will then draw the leg lines and the guide   

Step 2.

Step two is pretty easy as well because what you will do first is draw out the top portion of the ducklings head shape and make sure you add a few baby feathers. Next draw the top lid of the eye and then the outline of the bill. Next draw out the sha   

Step 3.

Step three is all about shaping and detailing. You will first finish off drawing the rest of the bill and then the lower lid of the duckling's eye. Next draw out the small wing and add some baby feathers as well as feathers behind the neck. You will    

Step 4.

This is your last drawing step and what you need to do is give this duckling a colored in pupil and then the rest of his bill that contains the nostril holes. You will sketch out the lining of his feathery chest and then the rest of the flat feet. Sk   

Step 5.

Once your done you should end up with a sketch that looks like the one you see here. All that is left to do now is the adding of color. I hope you liked learning how to draw an Easter duckling step by step.

Comments (0)


Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 12, 2009
Steps: 5
Favorited: 9 (view)
Views: 0 in last hour, 1 in last day, 10 in last week, 51258 total
Comments: 0
Description: Another Easter animal that is often given as gifts to young children is baby chicks. But it is also a common thing to give a duckling as well for the spring holiday. So for this third tutorial lesson I will be showing you how to draw a duckling step by step. Easter ducklings have been one of the cutest animals for decades and it is always a surprise for children to wake up with a little baby duck in their backyard, or even in the bathroom tub. Out of all the lessons that I drew last night, this is my favorite because it came out so incredibly cute and amazing. I donโ€™t know how many boys will get a blast from this lesson because it does seem kind of girly. But hey look on the bright side, if you have a girlfriend Iโ€™m sure she would appreciate a drawing of a cute little Easter duckling for a card to say Happy Easter and I love you. No matter if you are a boy, girl, man or woman, it is pretty hard to resist the urge to learn how to draw an Easter duckling step by step especially when it is this cute. My favorite parts of the drawing is the broken egg and how the little pieces of shells trails away from the bigger part and the face of the baby duck. I know you will love this lesson and make sure you comment and rate the tutorials that I submit because I really like to know what you think. I shall return once again with more lessons for all you art freaks out there so keep your eyes open and your pencils ready!