Chuckers asked for something super cool, so here’s how to draw an eagle! This one is a little more difficult because of the “mysterious” lines, as Chuckers put it in the video, but a little practice can go a long way.

Watch How To Draw An Eagle

If you’re having trouble watching the video here, watch it on YouTube!

Step By Step

1. Draw the first “mysterious” line, for the top of the eagle’s head.

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2. Draw another hooked line for the eagle’s beak.

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3. Now draw a zig-zag line for the feathers on the back of his head.

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4. Next draw another hooked line for the mouth.

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5. Finish the eagle’s beak and add an “s” line for his eyebrow.

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6. Now draw his nostril and eye, be sure to add a light catcher to the eye.

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7. Draw big zig-zags for the eagle’s feathers on the bottom of his head.

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8. Last, add more zig-zags for more feathers.

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That’s one tough looking eagle!

Download & Print

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Download how to draw an eagle

4 Responses

    • Rob

      Hi Jacob and Anna,

      Hope you’re doing well!

      Superman would be awesome, we’ll get working on a lesson for that. Thanks for the suggestion!

      Reply
  1. Mrs. Kaczmarek

    Hi Rob!
    I am an elementary art teacher at North Olmsted City Schools. I wanted to talk with you about visiting my classroom for a drawing lesson with my students. I’ve used your videos a lot last year and my students love your site!!! Part of Ohio state standards is incorporating local artists to come in and help show students how art can transfer outside the classroom. I’d love to speak with you further if you are interested. North Olmsted’s mascot is an eagle so that’s why I chose this video to comment on. This is one of my go to videos! Thanks for all that you do! I hope to hear back from you.

    Best,
    Mrs. Kaczmarek

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    • Rob

      Hi Mrs. Kaczmarek

      Thank you so much for asking, that sounds like a lot of fun…though we probably don’t fit the description of being a local artist :) We actually live in Utah. With the internet it does seem like everyone is local. If you’re still interested maybe we could do a Google Hangout with your class. Feel free to email me rob@artforkidshub.com

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