Step 10: Draw a couple of curved line s under the top beak for the macaw's open mouth. Follow the curvature of the initial circle to draw the lower edge of the beak. Now add a wavy line on the right side for the base of the beak.
Step 11: Use the remaining shapes and lines as guides to draw the rest of the macaw's head. Simply follow the outer edges of the guides as you darken the lines to create the shape of the head. Use a series of quick, short strokes as you darken the right side for the bird's feathers sticking up.
Step 12: Draw a wavy line on the macaw's head for the separation of the feathers and the bare skin on the face. The line should be made up of quick, short strokes to represent the feathery texture. The line should start on the top left side of the head, then curve around the eye and end on the right side of the bottom beak.
Step 13: Draw the macaw's folded wing using a series of curved lines inside the body. Draw a curved line across the middle of the initial circle for the left edge of the folded wing. Now draw a series of curved vertical lines on the bottom that go toward the right side of the body for the feathers. Follow the basic path of the guides as you draw a line on the right for the other edge of the bird's folded wing.
Step 14: Use more curved vertical lines below the line in the previous step for the middle part of the macaw's folded wing. The group of curved vertical lines should slope diagonally to the lower right side of the body. Draw the right edge of the folded wing by following the basic path of the guides and drawing a wavy line on the right. Draw a diagonal line on the left to meet the line on the right and form the pointy tip of the bird's folded wing on the bottom.