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Parrots, a variety of fruit-eating birds in tropical and subtropical forests, are admired or loved by people for their bright feathers and good language imitating skills, and arouse artists' passion for painting creation.
British artist and poet Lear Edward (1812-1888) personally painted and published a parrot picture book in 1832. More than forty parrots of various shapes leaped on the paper in his pen, lifelike, as if they were a free-dancing, free-roosting ethnic tribe in a tropical forest.
These beautiful birds are regarded as a symbol of wisdom. In the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean Sea, it is regarded as a national bird. The national emblem of this country is a macaw named "Cissero", which is a symbol of independence and self-improvement of this Central American island country.
In this article, I will show you how to draw a macaw in five steps. We used Artify’s professional marker pen-set of 80. The rich color distribution, color mixing effect and precise line control ensure that we can fully capture all the posture and color display of the parrot. Using this kit will satisfy your passion for color and painting art.
Use the pen of the corresponding color number to paint the corresponding area, and finally use the highlight pen to draw the bright part of the feather, and add the feather layers.
Congratulations! you have just drawn a Macaw! This set of markers is quick-drying, so you hardly need to wait.
There are more than three hundred species of parrots in the world. They have different shapes and colors. Different color combinations enable you to find different pleasures in the process of painting. You can find them on the Internet, wildlife protection centers and natural ecology environment to get your painting materials. Artify professional marker sets with the different color can meet your painting needs. I believe you can get your painting inspiration in them. They will become your artistic partners and catch these beautiful birds together.
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