Step 6: Draw another arc on the left side of the main circle to complete the guide for the emu's body. This arc should be a bit pointier than the arc on the right side.
Step 7: Draw two angled lines under the bird's body as guides for the emu's legs. The emu will be stepping forward, so the second line should angle more to indicate the leg's joints.
That's it for the initial sketch! From this point on, press harder with your pencil to get a more defined sketch.
Step 8: Draw the eyeball as a small circle inside the emu's head on the right side. Add a curved line on the side for the actual eye shape and a few lines around it for the wrinkly skin. Draw a dot in the middle of the eyeball for the bird's pupil. Shade the rest of the eyeball except for a tiny circle to represent glare.
Step 9: Use the triangle-like shape as a guide to draw the emu's beak. Follow the basic path of the guide as you darken the lines to create the top and bottom of the beak. Add another line through the middle for the actual mouth opening and a few more small lines for the nostril and extra detail.