How to Doodle a Quack
How would you go about drawing a quack? What is a quack? A “quack” is a sound a duck makes. And the visual representation of a quack is a duck. In that case, let’s doodle a ducks head. Begin by drawing a side-facing arc shape in the middle of your page. This will become the back of our duck’s head.
Use a combination of arc shapes, v-shapes, and curved lines to draw the front part of the ducks head. Notice in the example how all these shapes come together. You can, in fact, draw them with one pencil stroke. Or, if you prefer, you can draw the various shapes one at a time.
Use long curved lines to draw the duck’s beak. Notice how the beak curves outwards at the ends. I find it easier to draw the upper part of the beak first, then to draw the bottom part of the beak second. But you might prefer to do it the other way around.
Use a combination of oval shapes and an arc-shape to draw the eye and nostrils of your duck head. Notice the positioning of the eye on the duck’s head.
Add the finishing touches to your doodle by giving it some color. And there we have it. This is our visual representation of a quack or duck. Can you think of any other ways you could doodle a duck?