How to Draw a Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo for Kids

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A drawing of a Sulphur-crested cockatoo can make a great image for kids. Draw a Sulphur-Crested cockatoo for kids with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Erik. I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw a Sulphur-crested cockatoo for kids. Okay, just start out by drawing a big football like shape and at the top of that you can add a head, a rounded head there and then get rid of that line at the top there. Okay now you can go in and add these are wings, so add the bottom of the wing that's being feathered there and bring that up and then add some feather plumage to the tail there. Alright now let's do the beak. It's going to start here and it's going to come out kind of like a parrot's beak right there, get rid of that line, let's erase that and then let's come down and bring the little bottom of the beak there. Okay let's just reinforce these lines here. Now let's draw the cockatoo's eyes as such, add the inside of the eye there and draw some of the plumage the feather structure underneath its head. Now let's add some legs, draw this one and draw its little feet, let's reinforce that leg there and then draw another one here for the other side. Now let's start drawing some of these wing texture in there, let's keep filling that in, add some little feather texture to the body of this. And now these things have great big plumage coming out of the top of their head, let's add one, two, and a third one, there we go. And you're going to add a little texture there, some nostrils to that beak and there we go. And that is how you draw a Sulphur-crested cockatoo for kids.

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