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    • Frankie
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      FrankieBird
      I am a beginning bird drawer, and these are some of my drawings of my favorite birds: Warblers7D5B750C-E653-4B4E-B0D0-60E19F6AC27D17CCC697-B0E7-4B8A-856B-3475717AF437FD6ACDF1-AAEE-43C4-906D-4DDECE4359163A0852EF-058F-4599-849A-8B6EE19DBDFB
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    • Owen
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      Owen Stainken
      Wow Pretty Neat! here is one of mine GWW
    • Little Bit
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      Little_Bit
      Oh my! That is beautiful! I am drawing all kinds of birds as well. I use them as stationary to send to my friends.  I also use them in my nature/bird journal, like Lee Ann Van Leer just said.  Birds are beautiful, I just love their beauty.
    • CHLOE
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      TheMushroom
      those drawing are so good- mine would look like a baby had draw them!
      • Frankie
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        FrankieBird
        My drawings used to be terrible as well- but I discovered John Muir Laws, and I watched one of his video tutorials and ended up drawing these. The key is proportion- lots of people will make to head too small of too big, but he has some excellent tips. The video is titled “How to Sketch Birds”. If you search these exact words in your search engine, this should be the first video that pops up: how to sketch birds John Muir laws. It can look daunting at first, but if you take it step by step, it turns out really good.
    • Lee Ann van Leer
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      LilacRoller
      Thanks for sharing. Nature Journaling these birds will be a great way to remember them and hone in on their field marks.
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