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!
- 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.
- Draw the body for the first flamingo. Line it up with the neck as best as you can.
- Add a pair of legs to the flamingo. A simple line for each leg will do.
- Draw the head and neck for the second flamingo.
- Draw the body for the second flamingo. Line it up with the neck as best as you can.
- Draw the legs for the second flamingo.
- Time to add some details! Start by putting an eye and mouth on each lawn flamingo head.
- Now draw some feathers on the body. The molded feathers don't need to be realistic-looking.
- 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.