How to Draw a Cooked Chicken

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When drawing a cooked chicken it may be wise to start off with the body. Learn how to draw a cooked chicken with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw a cooked chicken. I'm going to start off with the body; I'm going to draw a curve line across on top and then curve down and then up a little bit more. And for the bottom, curve across, curve line right there and we'll connect, like that; we'll be erasing some of these lines in a little bit, so keep it light. We'll draw a leg back here, curve line going across and then curving up to the bone. So, curve, curve and then back down, like that. And we'll see the back and in the back, we'll see part of the other leg, just the bone sticking out; so, we'll draw the same shape. And I'm going to draw a wing. We'll draw curve line down here and then up and down, we'll connect; maybe see a little bit of the other wing in the back. And then, we'll erase this line right here. And then, you can add some texture; we'll do some dots, adding dots everywhere to give that skin texture. And let's put it on a plate. So, draw an oval underneath, put it on a big platter and another oval surrounding that oval. Why not add some shading, some quick diagonal lines for some nice shading and on the wing, little bit on top. And this is a cooked chicken, so, some steam lines and it's ready to eat. That is how you draw a cooked chicken. Thank you for watching and keep on drawing.


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