How to Draw a Realistic Angry Bird


Start off by making the guide shape for your realistic bird. Sketch in the facial guidelines as well.


Next, slowly sketch in the tuft of feathers or hair at the top of the bird's head like so. As you can see it's more like a comb of feathers.


Using the facial guidelines, draw in the oval shaped beak followed by the corners of the beak's mouth.


Define the shape of this Angry Birds' head, and when you do this be sure that the lining is feathery.


Next up, draw in the eyes which should have that mean expressive pose/stare when they are complete. You are just setting the ground work right now.


Continue to work on the eyes making sure the actual outer shapes are also lined with a feathery texture. Draw the pupils and move to step seven.


All you have to do now is add shading down the beak like so, then draw in the nose holes and mouth line. Erase the mistakes and guides as well.


When all is said and done, the realistic Angry Bird you just drew should look like the one you see here. Color it in and carry about.

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April 28, 2014

Description: I'm in love with this realistic concept piece I drew yesterday on an Angry Bird character. Today I would like to share with all of you a lesson on "how to draw a realistic Angry Bird", step by step. I know the concept of these video game birds has died down a bit, but I just had to do a real realistic version of what an Angry Bird would look like if it where an actual species. Of course the coloring technique adds to the quality of the lesson or image, but what really makes this bird pop is the stare, and shading. If you don't use a drawing tablet to make your art you can still get away with creating a realistic version of Angry Birds by using different shades of color whether it be from crayons or colored pencils. Have fun with this tut, and please folks don't forget to leave some feedback. Adios amigos.

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