Step 11: Draw the turkey's folded wing to the left of the head using a long curved line. Draw a few long, thin arcs on the bottom for the wing's individual feathers. Add a longer curved line at the bottom for the lower part of the folded wing.
Step 12: Draw a big curved line from the neck to the folded wing for the turkey's body. The shape of the body is basically a half-circle. Add a series of short curved lines under the body to indicate where the legs will be.
Step 13: Draw the turkey's other wing using a series of long, thin arcs. Draw the arcs high above the head to emphasize the turkey waving. Each arc represents an individual feather. You can draw more feathers if you'd like.
Step 14: Draw the turkey's feet under the body, right below the short curved lines. The foot on this side consists of two short straight lines for the base and three curved lines for the toes. The other foot is similar, but the toes should be pointing right.
Step 15: Draw the big tail feathers by using a series of short curved lines on the left side of the turkey's body. The overall shape of the tail is similar to a half-circle that's made up of small curved lines. The overall shape of the tail is similar to a half-circle that's made up of small curved lines.