Description: Well, I thought there were two more tutorials that I needed to submit but I guess not. I was thinking about something different for a lesson and since everyone is going to be eating turkeys, I think a tutorial on "<strong>how to draw chicks</strong>" is something that can be enjoyed and anyone can join in. I can remember when I was a kid, my grandmother used to have one section on her hutch that was just for her knickknack collection on seven chicks that all had Santa hats on. Each one was individually pieced. She used to add other Christmas characters to her chicken theme like Santa, Rudolph and even Sylvester the Cat. I used to get so excited to see who she added to the clan every time I went to her house. Well, I guess that is all I can really talk about when it comes to a group of chicks. Have fun drawing them individually, and remember to use your creative imagination and dress up your baby birds with a festive outfit. I will be back with one more tutorial so keep those eyes peeled to the computer screen. Peace out people!
Description: You will be focusing on the middle chick for now so what you will need to do is sketch out the head from a side view profile, and then sketch in some of the chest. Draw and color in an eye, and then sketch the beak out as well as add some feathery fluff.
Description: All you have to do is draw out the chicks legs and feet like so. Add some leg notch lines, and then start cleaning up the drawing. I know you are saying that the chick in the back has no legs, but in the original design there was a box behind the legs and the fourth chick was standing on that in a crouched pose.