Wednesday, May 22, 2013

How To Draw A BlueJay Worksheet

How to Draw A BlueJay Worksheet is an easy project that can be very rewarding for a young artist.

The free worksheet and the project notes below may be printed by highlighting it and sending to your printer or saving to your device to be printed later. If you have problems see the how to print tab for helpful suggestions.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing does not turn out the way you hoped do not give up- no one is as critical of their work as much as a true artist!. Learning to draw takes practice, so draw every day, and come back and print another worksheet soon you will be an artist. Try different projects and draw a lot of different stuff, I have a lot of worksheets to choose from so do something different every day and soon you will find what your talent is.

How to Draw A Blue Jay Worksheet. 

Draw an outline. Start with a circle for the head, and an upside down teardrop shape for the body. The tail is as long as the body. It is shaped like a thin wedge but slightly curved on top and bottom.The forward leg has a triangle shaped thigh and two lines form a shape like a letter "L. The rear leg is two straight lines. The top of the head has a crest shaped like a triangle. The beak is a short thick triangle.

Once you have the outline you can add details.The wing is a curved line that starts at the shoulder and goes to the top of the tail. The eye is a circle inside an almond shape, it is behind the beak.

The chest is white, there is a band of white on the wing and at the tip of the wing and tail. There is a band of black from the chest to the ear. There are bands of black on the wings and at the tip of the wing and tail. There are bands of black on the tail feathers and the wing feathers. These bands of black are shaped like sideways letter "W"s.

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