Simple Emperor Penguin Drawing Tutorial

jencrumpyPublished: January 23, 2018Updated: January 25, 201819 views
Published: January 23, 2018Updated: January 25, 2018

Basic Emperor Penguin Tutorial By Me CassieStudios aged 10yrs Old.

This is a simple drawing tutorial with step by step instructions of an Emperor Penguin, using Pencils, Pens and Colouring Pencils.

The Emperor penguin is undoubtedly one of the most studied, photographed and scientifically analysed penguins; this certainly is because the astonishing trips they make to reproduce and their unparalleled sacrifices they do to preserve the species.
Among all 17 species, the Emperor is the largest penguin. Their thick complexion is due to a fat deposit of 1.2 in that help them keep their body temperature and the layers of rigid waterproof feathers that assist them to stay dry and warm. Otherwise, they could not survive in the freezing conditions of the Antarctica.

The emperor penguin has orange or yellow areas on both sides of the head that become lighter as they go down to the chest area. The rest of its head and face are completely black, and its beak is black, long and curved downward with a soft pink or orange colour stripe on each side. The outer face of its flippers is black, but the inside is white. Its legs are thick, dark, robust and equipped with large claws. The back is black, and the front is white from the legs to the belly blending into a light yellow when reaching the upper part of the chest.
The chicks are visibly different. The first plumage that covers their entire body is grey, but they are white and black on their face. The white area of their face is around the eyes and the bottom of the beak; the rest of the head is black. They do not have the striking yellow and orange blends that adults have.

Join me with my step by step Tutorial to draw a real life looking penguin! If you like Art and Love drawing please see my other tutorials and my many other videos, Many Thanks.

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