Step 10: Starting at the top of the beak, draw a series of curved lines for the crest or comb on the head. Use a wavy line to draw the top part of the hen's comb. You can dip the "waves" more if you'd like. You can also draw the comb farther back on the head, but don't draw it too tall or your hen will look like a rooster.
Step 11: Under the beak, draw a curved line for the fleshy section called the wattle. The hen's wattle shouldn't be too big. Add a few lines inside for extra detail.
Step 12: Use the initial circle as a guide to draw the rest of the head. Darken the edge of the circle to create the head. Use jagged lines for a feather- like texture. Add a few more lines inside the head for extra detail on the hen's feathers. Draw a series of lines to the right of the eye for the patch of skin found there.
Step 13: Draw a long, curved line inside the body for the hen's folded wing. Sketch lightly at first. When you get the shape right, darken the line. Add a series of lines along the edges for the individual feathers. The right side of the folded wing should be pointier than the left side.
Step 14: Use the angled line under the body on the right side as a guide to draw the hen's first leg. First draw a V-shaped line at the top for the feathery base. Then follow the path of the guide and draw the shape of the chicken's leg around it. On the left side, draw three thin shapes that end in pointy tips for the toes. On the right side, draw a shorter, pointy shape for the fourth and final toe.