FAQ: How To Draw Wings On A Human?

How to Draw Angel Wings

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw angel wings on the back of a human. Because an angel has three pairs of limbs, you’ll need to learn a little about human and bird anatomy to draw realistic angel wings.

Bird Wing Anatomy

The clavicles in humans are fused into a spring-like structure called the furcula (or wishbone), whereas birds have a pectoral girdle, which is replaced by a special bone called the coracoid.

Winged Human Anatomy

To make room for the wing, the sternum is enlarged, with two layers of pectorals attached to it, and the human-clavicles reach lower and are more curved.

2. How to Draw the Anatomy of a Winged Human

If you want to draw an angel or a winged human, you’ll need to change their chest first; it’s not necessary, but it will add to the realism. For this exercise, I used a photo of a shirtless man as my model.

How do you draw angel wings?

Let’s Get Started Drawing Angel Wings!

  1. Step 2 u2013 Begin adding feathers to your angel wings drawing.
  2. Step 3 u2013 Continue adding feathers to the wings.
  3. Step 4 u2013 Finish adding feathers to the wings.
  4. Step 5 u2013 Add the final feathery details.
  5. Step 6 u2013 Color your angel wings drawing.

Can I grow wings?

Genes are like little instruction booklets inside our bodies that determine how we grow and what our bodies can do. We can’t change what our genes do, so one of the main reasons humans can’t grow wings is that our genes only allow us to grow arms and legs.

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