Step 11: Draw a long, curved line on the left side of the head that's made up of short strokes for the fluffy neck feathers. The top part of these feathers should extend above the initial guide line. Close off the shape at the bottom using a solid line.
Step 12: Draw a series of curved lines along the edges of the guides for the neck for condor's the longer feathers. Use curved lines of different sizes to give the feathers more variety. The right side of the neck should be wider than the initial guides.
Step 13: Lightly sketch a long curved shape across the entire body for the condor's folded wing. The wing starts below the neck and ends inside the shape for the tail. Make the bottom edge of the wing wavy and use short, curved lines at the tip for feathers. When you get the shape of the wing right, darken the lines. Inside the wing, draw a couple of sloping lines for the pattern on the feathers.
Step 14: Use the angled line under the body on the left side as a guide to draw the Andean Condor's first leg. Lightly sketch the shape of the leg around the top of the guide. Then sketch the middle toe around the curved part of the guide. Add a pointy tip to the toe for the talon. Above the toe, draw another short, curved shape with a pointy tip for another toe. At the bottom, draw the third toe the same way. When you get the shape of the leg, foot and toes right, darken the lines.
Step 15: Use the line on the right as a guide to draw the condor's other leg the same way. Lightly sketch the shape of the leg and foot around the guide. Sketch the shape of the middle toe around the curved part and make the tip pointy for the talon. Add another toe on the left side using a thin, curved shape. A big part of this foot will be hidden behind the first foot, so only draw the visible portion. When you get the shapes right, darken the lines.