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How to Draw a Turkey November 23, 2017

Posted by Sobek in News.

Here’s a fun activity for Thanksgiving that’s easy to do and a festive way to decorate. All you need are pencils and a piece of paper  (and maybe an eraser, if you suck).  Let’s get started!

Step 1: Trace your hand



Don’t worry if you have more or less fingers than I do. It just means your turkey will be unique!

Step 2: Add eyes, a beak, and feet


I gave my turkey a little smile, because he’s happy!

Step 3: Draw in the feathers


The shadows can be a little tricky, but you can do it!

Now hang your decoration on the refrigerator with a magnet, or else pin it to a cork board. You did it! Happy Thanksgiving!


1. Sobek - November 23, 2017

Alternate title: Far and Away the Most Time and Effort I’ve Ever Put Into a Throwaway Joke.

2. lauraw - November 23, 2017

I knew it was going to be ridiculous and funny, and I wasn’t disappointed! Good one, and great job on the turkey.

3. lauraw - November 23, 2017

Were you giggling to yourself the whole time you were filling out the feathers? Because you should have been.

4. Retired Geezer - November 23, 2017

Made me smile!
Good one Croc-o-Pundit.

5. Sobek - November 24, 2017

I was giggling to myself when I thought of the idea. Then, many hours later, I was thinking turkeys have way too many freaking feathers. They’re so gaudy looking, they’re like the 1980s version of birds.

6. Cathy - November 27, 2017

According to the National Turkey Federation, it’s estimated that turkeys have 3,500 feathers at maturity.


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