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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

How To Draw A Baby Duck Worksheet

This printable drawing worksheet is a fun drawing project for the young artist, it will give confidence.  It can be used in school or home.

 How to draw a baby duckling is an easy drawing project that can be used in many different ways and gives the young artist confidence in their drawing.  If your sketch of the petunia flowers doesn't turn out the way you had hoped do not give up you are learning and it takes time and practice. Come back every day and print off another drawing lesson and if you sketch every day soon you will be surprised at what a good artist you are becoming.

How to Draw A Duck Worksheet.
To print the worksheet above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save it to your device to print later. if you have problems see the how to print tab for suggestions.

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You may want to print the project notes below.

Start by developing an outline. The head is a circle and the body is almond shaped below the head. The body is tilted downward. The back of the head curves down to the back and the chest curves up to the cheek. The tail is pointed downward.

After the basic outline is finished add the details

The wing is a curving line at the shoulder that comes around then up.

The bill is stubby. There is a shiny spot in the eye, draw it in before you do much else to the eye. The eye is mostly rounded but has a slight oval point at the forward area.

The legs are far back and are short. The feet are flat and long. There is webbing between the three toes.

The feathers are soft and fluffy so draw them as short strokes.

Add shadows underneath to give it roundness. There is a shadow under the eye and under the chin.
The baby duck can be yellow but some ducklings are brown or gray. The feet and legs are orange.

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