|Uploaded:||January 18, 2010|
|Updated:||January 18, 2010|
I can’t believe that I don’t have a tutorial on “how to draw a falcon, step by step”. I mean come on now people, no one ever said anything to me on how I was missing one of the most majestic birds in existence. Falcons where a big part of the medieval ages. These birds where used as messenger birds because they were small, swift, fast, and strong. The falcon is a bird that feeds on other birds as well as other animals like bats. They always hunt from flight, and when they see their prey, they will come down hard and strong reaching top speeds at two hundred miles per hour. These beautiful birds kill their prey by snapping their spins which will end the animals life almost instantly. The falcon, especially the peregrine, can be found almost everywhere except for Antarctica. During the twentieth century the amount of falcons that where in existence declined a great deal. With the help of rescue facilities and captive breeding programs, the population for the falcon has increased. This increase is said to be even greater then what it was before the major decline during the 20th century. These are also the birds that falconers use, and have used for centuries. They can reach lengths of up to twenty inches and have an average wingspan to almost four feet, and that my friend is absolutely amazing. Falcons can also weigh as heavy as four pounds, that may not seem too big, but for a bird to weigh this little and have a wingspan of of almost four feet, you know for a fact that the Peregrine is a fast flying bird. Learning “how to draw a falcon, step by step" is going to be fast, fun, and fantastic. I will be back later with three more tutorials for you all. See you soon, and happy drawing to all, and to all a fun night!