Step 10: Draw a series of short strokes near the bottom of the initial circle for the markings on the neck. Start drawing the strokes under the bird's beak and finish them on the lower end of the crest on the right. Draw more strokes across the head, near the bottom edge, for more of the pattern on the feathers. Draw a small shape made up of short strokes between the kingfisher's eye and the beak for a spot on the feathers.
Step 11: Darken the right side of the big initial arc for the first part of the kingfisher's folded wing. On the bottom, draw a thin, sloping shape for a feather at the tip of the folded wing. The feather should overlap the tail. Add some short strokes above the feather. Inside the body, draw a long line that connects to the feather at the bottom for the inner edge of the folded wing. Use short strokes and curved lines to draw the inner edge of the bird's folded wing.
Step 12: Draw a curved shape around the line under the body and to the right for the base of the first foot. Use the bottom of the line as a guide to draw the kingfisher's skinny foot and three toes. Draw the middle toe around the guide and another toe on either side. Make the tips pointy for the claws. Use the line on the left as a guide to draw the bird's other foot the same way. Draw a curved line at the top for the base. Add the pointy toes at the bottom around the guide. The toes on the sides should be shorter than the middle toe.
Step 13: Darken the left and lower edges of the initial guides to create the shape of the body. Don't overlap the legs at the bottom as you draw the shape of the body. Inside the tail, near the middle, draw a V-shaped line that's made up of short strokes for the tail's feathery base. Follow the path of the guide for the kingfisher's tail but make the shape a bit thinner as you darken the lines. Draw a series of sloping, vertical lines along the bottom of the bird's tail for the individual feathers.
Step 14: Draw a big, arc-like shape under the feet to give the kingfisher a rock to stand on. Don't overlap the toes as you draw the rock. Add some lines inside the arc to give the rock texture.