How to Draw a Red Cartoon Parrot (Rainbow Colored)

To draw a red cartoon parrot, we will use three shapes.

The first shape is a small circle for the parrot’s head, and the second is an eye shape because it looks like a human eye.

The third shape has two rectangles, one for the parrot’s tail and one for the tree branch.

How to Draw a Red Cartoon Parrot Step by Step

Step 1

Step1 Draw a Circle

Sketch a small circle in the top center of your paper.

Step 2

Step 2 Sketch an eye shape

The next step is to draw the body of the red cartoon parrot like the shape of an eye.

Step 3

Step 3 Draw a Rectangle

Let’s draw a rectangle at the bottom of the eye shape.

The triangle should reach to the bottom of your paper.

Step 4

Step 4 Draw the Face

Inside the small circle, draw the red cartoon parrot’s head, eyes, and beak.

Use the circle to guide you in drawing the parrot’s head.

Erase any unwanted lines.

Step 5

Step 5 Sketch the Wings

Begin by drawing the body and two wings for the parrot.

Use the eye shape to guide you in creating the body and wings.

Step 6

Step 6 Draw the Tail

Erase any unwanted lines and draw the red cartoon parrot’s tail and use the rectangle as your guide to drawing the tail.

Step 7

Step 7 Draw the Feet for the red cartoon parrot.

Now you need to erase any unwanted lines and draw a rectangle across the bottom of the eye shape.

Draw the parrot’s feet using an upside-down letter U.

Step 8

Step 8 Sketch the Final Details

Next, draw the final details of the parrot’s features like the feathers.

Step 9

Red Cartoon Parrot

After you’re done, delete all unwanted lines and add colors to your parrot.

However, remember that parrots come with different colored feathers, so be creative.

Fun Parrot Facts

Some parrots can live over fifty years

Macaw parrots can live over fifty years, but in good health, they can live up to one hundred.

Parrots can also mimic noises and human language.

Intelligently, these birds can warn people about dangers by whistling and imitating sounds.

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