Up up and away! This flying cartoon bird loves to fly through the clouds all day.
It’s challenging to draw a bird while it’s flying because of their wings and feathers.
With this cartoon bird, we see both wings and the tail at the bottom.
The bird’s face is also in an angle looking to the left side.
How to Draw a Flying Cartoon Bird in the Sky
Draw a medium-sized circle on the left side of the sketchbook.
Now sketch the body to the right of the circle.
Sketch the small wing on top of the circle.
Draw the large wing on the flying cartoon bird’s body.
All the way to the right bottom side, draw the bird’s tail.
Sketch the bird’s face as you see in the picture.
Continue drawing a heart shape in the center of the bird’s chest.
Finish drawing the flying cartoon bird by adding your favorite colors.
For fun, draw clouds in the background for the flying effect.
Fun Bird Facts
A flamingo eats only when the head is upside down
They are well known by young and adults because of their red-purple colored feathers.
Flamingos are birds that live in shallow lakes and are found in Africa, Europe, America, and Asia.
However, one interesting thing about flamingos is that they can only eat when their head is upside down.
They filter the food and suck water; This is hilarious because other birds eat normally.
Another interesting fact about flamingos is that they are monogamous.
Just like humans, they have one sexual partner; Also, they produce just one egg every year.
Happily, both male and female flamingos keep the egg warm until it hatches.
And once the chick comes, both father and mother feed it with milk-like substances rich in protein and fats.
Flamingos can live for over 20 years.
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