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Easy Drawing of a Rooster with Beautiful Long Tail

Published on October 24, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Draw a rooster using cross hatched. The bird in this drawing as a long tail and very beautiful head. One thing you can see in this drawing is the rooster's feet. They wasn't drawn properly. If you liked this drawing, kindly share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Stay tuned to CoolEasyDrawings.com for more awesome drawings like this.

Robin Bird on Branch: Easy Cross-Hatched)

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Drawing a robin is very easy. You just need to look at the beak of the robin. Start drawing the beak by creating 2 triangles for the beak. Follow by the head (round head) and in this drawing, the artist use a very round body. You can sketch this using your pencil and apply cross-hatched.

Simple Parrot Drawing Sketched Using Cross-Hatched

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Drawing a parrot can be easy if you know what this bird look like. Parrots are popular when it comes to painting birds. A student tried to draw parrot using cross-hatched techniques and the result is perfect. Again, the contrasting colors of black (feather) and white (chest) make this drawing simple but awesome.

Cross-Hatched Drawing of Love Bird on Branches

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

When drawing a love bird, you can start sketching using your pencil and finish it using cross-hatched for uniqueness. This piece of art was created by the student of DMHS. The proper combination of black and white make this love bird drawing recognizable. The contrasting colors between the head and the beak of the love birds is the reason why this drawing is nice.

Cute Love Bird Drawing Sketched in Black & White

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Here's another drawing of a bird created using cross-hatched technique. This cute love bird drawing is simple. It is one of the easiest drawing in this site. When creating cross-hatched drawing, simply use 0.3 or 0.1 tech pen for perfect lines. Practice drawing a love bird in your sketch pad using your pencil and apply corss-hatched on it.

Toucan Bird in Cutted Bamboo Trees

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Here's a good example of Toucan bird drawn in cross-hatched technique. Toco Toucan is one of the popular birds aside from hummingbird, eagle, wood pecker and robins. Draw a Toco Toucan using your technical pen or ball pen if you want to use cross-hatching.

Hummingbird Drawing: Art of a Long Beak Bird

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

There are plants and flowers that attracts hummingbirds. You can't draw this bird while his flying. All you need to do is to take a picture of hummingbird and sketch it. The artist use cross-hatched method. One of the amazing birds with long beak.

Cute Bird on Branches in Pen and Ink Drawing

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

A drawing of bird on branches. This is a cute bird drawn by student of DMHS on September 2016. The artists use a cross-hatched technique. This is not ideal or simple bird drawing for kids. We insert quotation about nature in this piece of art. Francis Bacon reminds us about the things the nature can do to us.

Pen and Ink Drawing of Bird Flying: A Cross-Hatched Technique

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

Here's another good example of pen and ink drawing of bird flying. This is one of the easy birds to draw. If you'll try it, you can draw it. Get your pencil, and finish this drawing using technical pen or ball pen when applying cross-hatched. Art courtesy of James Louie Longa. Diosdado Macapagal High School (Mexico, Pampanga, Philippines) in his visual arts and TLE subject.

Simple Bird Drawing in Cross-Hatched Technique

Published on September 16, 2016 in Birds | No Comments

A simple drawing of bird using cross-hatched technique by Valerine Canlas. When using this technique, use thin lines. A 0.1 technical pen or 0.3 ball pen will be fine. DO not forget to apply "value scale". More lines simply means you are making darker portions while few lines can create lighter spots. Combine vertical, horizontal and inclined lines when using cross-hatched drawing method.