how to draw  a Swan step-by-step

Begin by drawing a circle. This will form the swan's head.

Using jagged lines instead of erasing parts of the original circle gives the head a feathered look.

Draw the beak with curved lines, a bulge at the top, and a small round nostril shape.

Draw a curved line for the cheek and a partial circle within a larger circle for the swan's eye, shading the inner circle.

Draw the neck by erasing the back of the circle and using long, "S" shaped lines below the head.

Draw the swan's wing with a long curved line for the top and shorter overlapping lines for feathers, also a line for the back.

Use curved lines to draw the wing and flight feathers, creating a long line for the top and shorter overlapping lines for the feathers.

Draw a curved line for the swan's belly, enclosing it with overlapping, curved lines for the tail feathers.

Draw wavy lines in a circular pattern around the swan's belly. This indicates ripples on the surface of the water.

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You too can easily draw a Swan following the simple steps.

Learn how to draw a great looking Swan with step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.