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Step by step Instructions on How to Draw A Robin Easily

How to Draw A Robin. There are millions of bird lovers around the world. Some people spend much of their free time observing and studying them, and others admire the birds in their gardens.

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For people with a passing fondness for birds, chances are they have a favorite. The robin is a bird much loved for its delicate beauty and sweet song.

Drawing a robin is great for showing your love for these adorable birds.

If you love robins and want to show love by creating amazing pieces of art with them, then this is the tutorial!

How to Draw A Robin

Step 1

We will take it from above in this first step of our guide on how to draw a robin. That is, we start by drawing the robin’s head.

The top of the head is drawn with a smooth, curved line, while the base of the head has more jagged, pointed lines to give it a feathery base.

Next, we’ll use some round shapes for the relatively large eye outline and add a large black pupil.

Finally, draw the thin, pointed beak and add more pointed lines inside the outline.

Step 2

Next, we’ll draw your robin’s chest in this second step. Use a long, curved, smooth line extending from the head to create the chest.

Once we’ve drawn this outline, let’s add some texture.

To do this, draw small curved lines across your chest to create this texture.

Step 3

Every robin needs some wings to move, which we’ll add in this third step of our guide on how to draw a robin.

The outer outline of this wing extends from the base of the head. Use a thick, smooth, slightly curved line for the outside edge of the wing, as shown in the reference image.

The interior details of the wing are drawn using several interconnected sections, and the reference image shows you what these sections should look like.

The inside of the wing is drawn with an irregular line to give it a feathery texture. Once you’re happy with how the wing looks, we can move on to step 4.

Step 4

Continuing your drawing of the robin, add some texture detail at the base of the body near the tail.

These details are similar to what you added to the robin’s chest in a previous step.

That means drawing many little rounded lines to give it a feathery texture.

Step 5

For the fifth step of this guide to drawing a robin, we’re going to add some legs and the branch it’s sitting on.

The legs are very thin, delicate, and drawn with smoother and firmer lines. The toes will be long, and sharp nails will be at the ends.

Finally, use slightly curved lines with wavy detail inside the thick branch it’s sitting on.

Step 6

Now it’s time to add some final details and elements to your robin’s drawing to prepare you for the final step.

Draw A Robin

Start by drawing some small curved lines at the base of the tail for some fluffier feathers. Next, we’ll use larger curved lines for the longer feathers at the end.

You are then ready for the final step of the guide! Before proceeding, draw more background details or any other ideas you might like.

Step 7

This is the last step of this guide on how to draw a robin, and in it, we will finish it by coloring your creation.

Robin Drawing

The robin has a nice, muted color scheme, which we chose in our example image.

This meant we used more muted brown tones for many of the feathers and a bright orange color for the breast, underparts, and beak.

Will you be using a similar color scheme for your image? Watercolors would be great for this image, but any artistic medium you use will look great.

Your Robin Drawing is Finished!

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