How to Draw a Zombie Angry Bird

Artist: Dawn / October 31, 2013

Step 1.

The steps for this lesson are very similar to the Red Angry Bird tut you tackled. Make a circle then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Next, draw in the two rounded feathers on top of the head, then make the shape for the beak which also has a bite mark along the edge.

Step 3.

You will sketch out the teeth, then draw in the tongue. I know Angry Birds don't have teeth, but we are drawing a zombie here. Add some shading inside the mouth and the lining for the bite mark.

Step 4.

Finish drawing the shape of the body then draw the tail feathers. Again, there are three feathers.

Step 5.

Draw the exposed skull and then make the brain sticking out from the skull. Add some cracks and then you are done here.

Step 6.

And finally, draw the missing skin on the side of the Angry Birds face, then draw in some more torn pieces of flesh which are in small ripped off sections. Add detailing to the muscle, then you are done here.

Step 7.

Here is how your zombie version of an Angry Bird looks when you are finished. Now all you have to do is color it in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 31, 2013
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Tags: how to draw zombies, how to draw angry birds, how to draw angry birds characters
Description: You just checked out the Red Angry Bird lesson now here is a tutorial on "how to draw a zombie Angry Bird", step by step. I told you that I had some Halloween type of submissions today but let's face it, it doesn't have to be Halloween to draw zombie replicas of our favorite characters whether they are from a game, movie, or what have you. The mouth is ripped off with the muscle and flesh showing. There is also a piece of brain sticking out of the back of the bird's head as well as some exposure to the skull. I had a lot of fun with this creation so I hope you enjoy it too. Well, that is one zombie character down, all there is left is one more to go.