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  • Belonging to the 'bird of prey' family or the hunter team, eagles are large and mighty. They have powerful beaks to rip the flesh of their prey and have the power of flight with an observant eye cheap copic markers.The Skull: Draw a little horizontal oval with a tapered front. From the front-finish, draw a small line bent down to give it the shape of a beak. Draw a line parallel to the base of the oval to complete the beak. At the leading of the oval, produce hollow spot to form the eye socket.Cervical Vertebrae: Draw a line (mirror image of S) beneath the skull. Double the line and fill it with square shaped bones to resemble the neck bone. Make an additional line in front of the neck bone to produce the windpipe. Shade the line to give it a pipe like impact.The Rib Cage: From the finish of the neck bone, draw a large oval as a base for drawing the physique of the eagle. The end of the oval ought to be slating downwards. Taking the front of the oval as base from the place exactly where the neck bone stops until half way down, make an arc formed skinny bone. This is the Furculum. Beneath the furculum within the oval, draw an elongated triangular shaped bone with its narrow end facing down. This is the sternum. The location exactly where the furculum begins, draw a little bone like structure slanting downwards (coracoids bone). In the remaining part of the oval, draw ribs to make the rib cage.Ilium and Caudal Vertebrae: From the place where the neck bone ends, covering the leading portion of the oval until its decrease end, draw a thick bone like structure (the bone broadens at the finish) with a sharp finish at the back again. copic markers cheap The bone is known as the Ilium. From the finish of the Ilium, draw a small tailbone with spiked bone like structures (caudal vertebrae) and at the finish, draw a triangular formed bone. This is the Coccyx.The Wings: To draw the wings from the point where the coracoids bone starts, draw a long horizontal skinny bone (humerus) with a rounded finish. From the end, draw an additional thin long bone (ulna) upwards so that both, the humerus and the ulna make a 45-diploma angle. Draw an additional thin 1 along the ulna so as each the bones are joined at the finish. This is the radius. From the joint (carpal joint), draw two small bones linked at both ends, slanting downwards. From the finish, draw an elongated circular bone and at the finish draw a skinny pointed bone. These are the Phalanges.The Legs: The place exactly where the Ilium stops, draw a thick horizontal bone (Femur) with rounded stops passing via the ribs. From the finish of the bone, draw a slender vertical bone with a slight tilt. This is the Tibia. From the finish of the Tibia, draw an additional thin vertical bone (Metatarsus) with a broad base. From the base of the ft, make four skinny bones with inward turned ends to resemble feet of the eagle. For the 2nd leg, duplicate the whole style.
  • How to Draw the Skeleton of an Eagle
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