Step 11: Draw the third toe on each foot the same way, except with a more horizontal orientation. Add the bald eagle's final toe of each foot at the bottom. The talons on these toes should point down.
Step 12: In between the toes, draw a series of curved lines for the visible portion of the upper legs. At the bottom, draw a series of small V-shaped lines for the lower edge of the bald eagle's body.
Step 13: On the left side, draw a long, sloping line that has a little bend in the middle for the first part of the wing. Sketch lightly at first. When you get the shape right, darken the line. The line should start at the bottom of the head. Add a curved line to the tip of the bald eagle's wing to represent a feather. Now draw a similar line on the right side for the top edge of the other wing.
Step 14: Below the sloping line on the left, draw a series of short, thin arcs for the lower edge of the bald eagle's wing. These arcs represent feathers. The overall path of the combined feathers should form a wide arc at the bottom. It's ok for the feathers to overlap. The row of feathers should end near the foot.
Step 15: Draw a series of short arcs on the right side for the lower edge of the other wing. Try to copy the arcs on the left side so that the bald eagle's wings are symmetrical.