How to Draw an Easter Chick with easy, step-by-step Drawing.

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How to Draw an Easter Chick.

Learn how to make a great Easter chick with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions and video tutorials. Now you can easily make a beautiful Easter chic drawing. Today, many Easter customs include pictures of dolls, from marshmallow peppers to sweets to cards and decorations. How did the baby come to associate with Easter?
Since immemorial, cultures around the world have used eggs and babies as symbols of fertility, often associated with gods and goddesses.
One such fertility goddess was the German Eostre, from whom the name “Easter” was derived.

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Scroll down for the downloadable PDF of this tutorial.

Shortly after 100 AD, Christians began adopting other religions’ traditions to encourage converts to Christianity.
Thus, the spring festivals of fertility were adopted with their symbols. The Christian symbol was given precedence over its present meaning. For example, the egg was used to symbolize rebirth because the hard shell looks dead but keeps the chick alive.
In twentieth-century America, newborns were sometimes given to children as Easter presents. Some dolls were dipped in the first colors, with pink or blue spots on their wings. Would you like to draw an Easter pick? This simple, step-by-step drawing guide can show you how.
All you need is a pencil, a sheet of paper and a wiper. You can also use crayons, markers, or paint to color your finished drawing.

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Step-by-step instructions for making Easter chic

Start by making an egg shape – an oval that is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom.
Draw a circle inside each eye with a curved line. It makes the eye thinner. Then draw two small eggs inside the thin. Using small, twisted, curved lines, draw a piece of feathers over the chicken’s head.

Use of short, curved lines

Draw a curved shape over each eye to identify the eyebrows. To draw a beak, draw a shape with sharp, small, curved lines at each end. Make a triangular shape underneath it. Add details of the wings to the bird’s chest, with short, attached, curved lines. Paint your baby. Small chicks are usually shown as yellow but can be black, white, brown, striped, or spotted, depending on the breed. Once upon a time, Easter chickens were painted blue or pink.

Don’t forget to check out our other animal drawing guides. You can even pull a hen and give this little man home!

For more great bird drawing tutorials, see Post 41 Simple Bird Drawing Ideas. In the United States, children sometimes give leftover chicks as Easter presents. Some dolls were dipped in the first colors, with pink or blue spots on their wings. Would you like to draw an Easter pick? This simple, step-by-step drawing guide can show you how.
All you need is a pencil, a sheet of paper and a wiper. You can also use crayons, markers, or paint to color your finished drawing.

Start by making an egg shape – an oval that is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom.

Draw a circle inside each eye with a curved line. It makes the eye thinner. Then draw two small eggs inside the thin. Using small, twisted, curved lines, draw a piece of feathers over the chicken’s head. Draw a curved shape over each eye to identify the eyebrows. To draw a beak, draw a shape with sharp, small, curved lines at each end. Make a triangular shape underneath it. Add details of the wings to the bird’s chest, with short, attached, curved lines. Paint your baby. Small chicks are usually shown as yellow but can be black, white, brown, striped, or spotted, depending on the breed. Once upon a time, Easter chickens were painted blue or pink.

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