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How to Draw a Quail in 11 Easy Steps

Easy steps in drawing a quail.

Around the world, quails can be found in many different nations. The term “quail” is used to refer to a large variety of birds from many genera. Quail is a type of bird that can be found in the Phasianidae or Odontophoridae families. There are numerous quail species, both in the wild and on farms, and in poultry houses. These birds are typically medium-sized, but depending on the genus and species, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. 

Now, it’s your time to learn how to draw a Quail in 11 easy steps! Follow these steps.

Easy steps in drawing a quail.

Materials

  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Coloring material

Instructions

1. Draw the head

First step in drawing a quail.

In this step, we’ll draw the eye guide for the quail. Draw this on the upper left portion of the head. Draw a perfect circle inside it. Make sure that this is a little closer to the left edge of the head of the quail.

2. Draw the Eye

Second step in drawing a quail.

In this step, we’ll draw the eye guide for the quail. Draw this on the upper left portion of the head. Draw a perfect circle inside it. Make sure that this is a little closer to the left edge of the head of the quail.

3. Draw the Beak

Drawing the beak of the quail.

The beak is very important to beak because this will help them to collect some food for their family. To draw this, from the left side of the head draw a small horizontal teardrop shape. This teardrop will overlap with the head.

4. Draw the Eyeballs

Drawing the eyeballs of the quail.

For to completely see things around them, let’s draw the eyeball of the bird. To do this, draw a shaded crescent shade inside the eye guide. This crescent shape is facing the left side.

5. Draw the Body

Drawing the body of the quail.

The Body of the quail is a little bigger than the head. Now, to do this, draw a big slanting teardrop shape under the head of the quail. Make sure that it will overlap with the head to stay connected.

6. Add the Wings and Erase Extra Lines

Drawing the wings of the quail.

Wings are very important for them to fly. Now, to draw the wing, inside the body draw a U-shape on the upper portion of the body. Then, erase the lines that separate the body and the head. 

7. Add the feet

Drawing the legs of the quail.

Feet are very important to they use by finding foods. Now to draw a foot, draw two V-shapes under the body of your bird. Make sure that these two V-shapes are still connected to the lower portion of the body.

8. Add Feather

Drawing the feathers of the quail.

The quail has a long feather on the top of its head. This makes them unique from the other bird. Now, to draw this, from the top of the head draw a slanting line then a slight curve, and another curve then a slanting line going directly to the head. 

9. Add Detail

Draw the details of the feathers.

Let’s add details to the quail to be more unique. Draw a curve line from the wings going in the opposite direction. Then add another curved line on the upper portion of the head. Through those details, the quail are now different from other birds.

10. Add more details

Tenth steps in drawing a funny quail.

In this step, we still add more details to the bird. Again, details are good for identifying which bird are we holding or what we saw. Now on the lower portion of the boy, draw a curved line from the right side going in the opposite direction.

11. Finish up!

Final steps in drawing a quail.

To finish your drawing let’s add colors to it. This time, I’ll give freedom to choose colors for your quail. Make sure that will bring the drawing to life. After that, don’t forget to show it to your family and friend. I’m sure they will be happy.

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