Draw the outline of the egg again, but this time in pen. Rub out the pencil afterwards.
Finally, colour in your eggs however you like. It is up to you if you want to colour them in how nature intends them to be or to go full Easter festive mode and colour them in bright colours. The choice is yours. All eggs are different. My chicken egg is a mixture of light browns with some light fleckings. My guillemot egg had its markings gone over in pen and was coloured brown. My dunnock egg is grey and blue.
Drawing a chick is no different to drawing an adult bird except for being more fluffy. The chick of a chicken is perhaps one of the most iconic bird chicks in the world and its cute, fluffy yellow down feathers make them very popular and it makes them more associated with Easter than any other young bird. So as it is Easter, I will draw a chicken chick. The basic shapes for drawing most bird chicks is the same as if you were drawing an adult bird; a circle for the head and an oval for the body.
Using these basic shape, you can now build on them to create the body shape of your chick from connecting the head and body together by adding a neck to adding a point for the tail. Most chicks are rounded in shape at this stage of their young lives due to their fluffy down feathers, so keep the shape as round as possible. Add the features such as the bill, legs, eye and a tiny wing.
When it come to redrawing in pen, only draw the outlines to the bill and feet. The outline for the body is broken up into a series of tiny lines to give the impression of fluffy down and making it look rather adorable. Cover the entire body with these tiny lines, too. Shade in the eye and add a line to divide the bill for its mouth.
Now colour in your chick in however you like. Traditionally, Easter chicks are yellow, but you can add markings of a different colour if you wish. Again, the choice is all yours.
If you want to draw other species of bird, check out my other How To Draw guides by clicking on this link http://seanspetmonster.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-page.html. From here, you can see other wildlife subjects that I have drawn from birds to flowers. Happy Easter everybody and don't eat too many Easter eggs!