In this drawing lesson we’ll show you how to draw a Hummingbird in 8 easy steps. This free step by step drawing lesson progressively builds upon each previous step until you get to the final rendering of a Hummingbird.
This is a simple lesson designed for beginners and kids with real easy to follow steps. Feel free to print this page and use as a drawing tutorial.
Before we begin the drawing lesson, here are some fun facts about the Hummingbird you might find interesting.
- Hummingbirds are among the smallest of birds in the world.
- Hummingbirds can hover in mid-air by rapidly flapping their wings 12–90 times per second.
- By changing their wing angle, hummingbirds can also fly backwards.
- Hummingbirds can fly at speeds exceeding 33 miles per hour.
- Hummingbirds drink nectar, a sweet liquid inside flowers.
How To Draw a Hummingbird – Easy, 8-Step Drawing Lesson
Step 1: Begin by drawing the back of the Hummingbird’s head.
Step 2: Draw the long Hummingbird beak.
Step 3: Next, draw the lower body and neck.
Step 4: Draw the first wing, closest to you.
Step 5: Draw the lower tail feathers.
Step 6: Complete the lower feathers and add the wing details.
Step 7: Draw in more wing and feather details.
Step 8: Finish by adding the eyes and the beak details to complete the drawing of the Hummingbird.
Nicely done! You’ve finished the How To Draw a Hummingbird drawing lesson! Now, if you want to add color or shading to your drawing, take a look at the picture below and use it as a reference to make your hummingbird drawing more realistic and life-like.
You did it! Congratulations on drawing a HUMMINGBIRD! Your first try may not have gone as perfectly as you had hoped, but I’m sure after another attempt or two you will see a big improvement. The best way to learn how to draw a hummingbird is with practice…practice…practice!
Are you looking for another bird to draw? How about learning how to quickly and easily draw a GOOSE?! Take a look here for another quick and easy drawing tutorial: How to Draw a Goose