Step 6: Draw two long curved lines that connect the head to the body and form the guide for the neck. The shape of the neck should be thin at the top and wide at the bottom.
Step 7: Draw two L- shaped lines under the body, near the middle, as guides for the legs. Seagulls don't have long legs, so don't draw these guides too long.
Step 8: Draw another arc on the left side of the body as a guide for the tail. This arc should be thin and short relative to the rest of the body because seagulls have small tails.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 9: Inside the head, lightly sketch a small circle for the eye. Use the lines as guides for placement. When you get the size and placement of the eye right, darken the lines. Draw a small triangle- like shape on either side of the circle and shade it in for the corners of the eye.
Inside the eye, off to the side, draw a tiny circle to represent glare. In the middle, add a dot for the pupil. Draw a couple of curved lines around the eye for bare skin that surrounds it. Add a few quick, short strokes on the left side to represent the texture of the feathers.