Step 6: Draw the owl's first "horn" using a series of short strokes at the end of the sloping line on the left. Make the sloping line a bit longer. Then at the tip, using short strokes, draw a shape that's similar to an upside- down letter V.
Step 7: Draw a similar shape on the top, right side for the owl's second "horn."
Step 8: Add the owl's head by first drawing a long line that connects the two "horns" together. Below each "horn," draw a curved line for the sides of the head. Use short strokes to draw the sides for a feathery texture. The sides should follow the curve of the eyes. The bottom tips of the lines should curve in toward the owl's beak.
Step 9: Under the head, on either side, draw a long , vertical line for the owl's folded wings. Make the lines equal length. Don't draw them too long.
Step 10: Below the head, in the inner section of the wings, draw a few short strokes for the chest. Below the chest , draw a couple of short, curved, vertical lines for the sides of the body. Draw a long, curved, horizontal line at the bottom that connects the sides to finish the owl's body.