Let's start with some simple guidelines. Draw an oval for the head, and another for the body. Draw two lines ending in more ovals to form legs and feet. Draw two lines to form the Swift Crow's wings.
Let's start the Swift Crow's head. This step is simple. Draw some ruffled featheres on the back of its head. Draw a beak (a pointed oval), too. Draw his neck, and an eye on his head.
This step is also simple. Just draw two wings. It's kind of hard to explain how, so before continuing (if you need help), check out some other tuts on this site about drawing wings. I know that there aren't any feathers yet. We'll get to that later.
Let's draw an outline for the tail feathers. Draw another shape similar to wings. Again, don't add feathers. I want to keep these steps nice and simple.
It is time to form the feet and claws. Around the ovals from step 1, draw some claws/fingers. There really isn't any other way to describe it.
Remember how I said to wait until later to add feathers? Well, it is time to draw feathers on the wings. It really explains itself. If you are still confused, check out some other tuts on birds and wings. Then return here to continue.
Time to add more feathers. Repeat step 6 on the tail feathers. You are ready to move on.
Erase the lines from Step 1 to finish. Before you leave this page, I would like to apologize to anyone who has viewed my last tuts. It is recommended to use Paint for tutorials. However, I can't seem to figure out how to use paint to make such perfect tuts like most other people on this site. Instead of Paint, I am forced to use a crummy, blurry webcam and my sloppy drawing skills to make my tuts. If you have realized already, my last step turnes out worse than the previous steps. That is because my stupid webcam doesn't see pencil marks. So I'm forced to use pens, making me have to draw the ENTIRE thing again to make the last step.This causes it to come out crappy and mishapened. If you have ever played the game thay came from, you would see how horrific my tuts arecompared to the real things. Once again, I'm sorry for my last tuts. My next ones are going to be on MageBirds (Magical Birds) and ThunderBirds, if you still care. Bye.
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