# How To Draw A Tit

## Video: How To Draw A Tit

Lively funny tits accompany a person constantly. In winter, they move closer to the dwelling, and regularly appear in front of the windows, especially if the owners hang pieces of bacon for them. In summer, tits are almost invisible, because, like all birds, they love green trees. There is enough food for them in the forest or in the park at this time. Tits at this time are not noticeable, because their variegated color allows you to hide among the branches. But on the other hand, in the early morning in the park, you can hear their ringing voices. Tits seem happy even on cold winter days. If you want to keep this joy for a long time, draw this funny bird.

## It is necessary

• - paper;
• - the pencils.

## Instructions

### Step 1

Tits are most often seen sitting on a branch. Therefore, it is best to draw it in this position. Draw a branch horizontally or at a slight angle to the bottom edge of the leaf. It is not necessary to draw a large branch. Make it so that the titmouse is comfortable to sit. Draw a centerline parallel to the branch, so it will be more convenient for you to calculate the proportions. Divide the centerline into 4 parts with small cross strokes.

### Step 2

The titmouse's head is about 3 times smaller than the body, so one part of the axial line will go to the head, and 3. The titmouse is a rather plump bird. The width of the oval is approximately 2/3 of its length. In order to make it more convenient to maintain the proportions, divide the part of the centerline intended for the body in half, and draw a perpendicular to this point. This will be the widest part of the oval. Draw it.

### Step 3

The titmouse's head is also an oval, and you have already determined the place for it. Draw an oval for the head so that it overlaps slightly the torso. The titmouse has no neck. You can arrange the oval of the head in different ways, it all depends on where the titmouse is looking. If it looks down, then draw an oval, elongated vertically.

### Step 4

Start drawing the tail from the most convex part of the back. It is in the middle, opposite the little dash with which you divided the centerline. Draw a barely noticeable straight line from this stroke at an obtuse angle to the centerline. The line must be led up to the back line. This line may not even be drawn, but simply imagine and continue it from the line of the back upwards, at a distance approximately equal to the thickness of the body, or even slightly more. From the lowest point of the oval, draw a line parallel to the previous one. These lines may diverge slightly at the top. On the drawn line, set aside a segment slightly larger than the width of the oval. Connect the endpoints of both lines. The tail turned out to be a little sticking out, but this is very typical for the titmouse.

### Step 5

The tit has a small beak. Draw a small triangle on the front line of the head. Draw a round eye in the center of the head.

### Step 6

The titmouse's legs are rather thin and short. They cling tightly to the branch. For one leg, draw two short, parallel, straight lines about the middle of the torso, slightly away from the bottom line. Draw "fingers" - short broken lines. A titmouse grasps a branch with one finger. The second leg can be seen quite a bit, so you can simply outline it, or draw only the fingers that protrude slightly from under the lower line of the body.

### Step 7

The most interesting thing is to color the tit. Look at her head. She has something similar to cheeks - white ovals, above which are round black eyes. Draw a wing on the torso. It is also oval, and its bottom line is almost parallel to the bottom line of the torso. The tail, back and top of the head of the tit are dark, and the abdomen is bright. Consider the colors carefully and find the right pencils. Paint the dark surfaces first. Leave the "cheeks" with white or light strokes of yellow or blue pencil to give them a light shade.