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How to draw lawn flamingos

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how to draw lawn flamingos


One fun way to spend an otherwise boring afternoon is drawing pictures to colour. If you are into kitsch decor ideas, why not try drawing a pair of lawn flamingos to make kitsch art?

It isn't difficult to draw lawn flamingos. With a little practice, even a small child could draw an acceptable-looking lawn flamingo of their very own.

If you enjoy drawing and would like to give it a try, follow along with these easy steps to draw your very own pair of lawn flamingos.

Let's get started!

  1. Draw the head and neck for the first flamingo. Remember that lawn flamingo pairs have one with the head up and the other with the head down.
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  2. Draw the body for the first flamingo. Line it up with the neck as best as you can.
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  3. Add a pair of legs to the flamingo. A simple line for each leg will do.
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  4. Draw the head and neck for the second flamingo.
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  5. Draw the body for the second flamingo. Line it up with the neck as best as you can.
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  6. Draw the legs for the second flamingo.
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  7. Time to add some details! Start by putting an eye and mouth on each lawn flamingo head.
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  8. Now draw some feathers on the body. The molded feathers don't need to be realistic-looking.
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  9. When you are done, clean up your linework if necessary. Once it’s clean, color your lawn flamingos. Lawn flamingos are typically a bright pink with some yellow and black detailing on the beaks.
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