Step 10: Use the initial circle as a guide to draw the rest of the mallard's head. For the front of the head, draw a sloping line that connects the bill to the initial circle. For the rest of the duck's head, simply darken the outer edges of the initial guides. Darken the lines below the circle for a bit of the bird's neck.
Step 11: Inside the body, near the top, draw a long, horizontal line for the first part of the folded wing. The tip of the wing should come out of the shape of the body, above the wing, and then curve back inside. The bottom edge of the bird's folded wing should be wavy and almost meet the top edge on the left side. Sketch lightly at first and only darken the shape of the wing when you get the shape right. Use a few broken lines near the middle of the bottom edge to represent a few feathers.
Step 12: Draw a long, horizontal line along the top edge of the duck's body for the folded wing on the other side. This wing should be similar to the first one, so use the first one as a template.
Step 13: Darken the outer edges of the initial guides to create the rest of the duck's body. Curve the bottom edge of the body near the right side to create a small triangular gap. Where the gap is, draw a couple of wave lines to represent the mallard's distorted feet below the surface of the water.
Step 14: Use the pointy shape on the right as a guide to draw the mallard's tail. Darken the bottom edge of the guide but extend the line at the top to make the tail longer and thinner. Above that, draw a couple of curved lines for the curly feathers. Add some broken lines inside the bird's body for detail.