Below is a step-by-step drawing tutorial.
Begin by drawing the top of the nest. You will need to draw a series of curved lines that intersect at sharp points. This gives the nest the texture and appearance of grass, straw, or other materials.
Continue to draw a series of curved lines that intersect at jagged points. This line style will fully cover the nest’s rounded shape.
The interior structure of the nest. You can draw curves by using a series short curves that meet at jagged places.
Sketch a circle around the egg to draw it. You will notice that the egg’s one end is narrower than the other.
Draw the second egg. Make the circle wider at one end than the other.
Draw the third egg by drawing an arc between the two first eggs, and enclosing the circle so that it appears to be nestled behind them.
Sketching curves can help you to detail the interior of your nest. Each line should be made up of many curved lines, which meet at sharp points.
You can delete the instructions starting at the place where the egg meets the nest. Learn how to draw a hatching egg.
Keep the nest structure intact with only a few lines.
Color your home. Did you know? There are many colors available for bird eggs, including light blue, brown, green and pink.