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Hello, this is a new Bird Drawing Challenge (since you guys loved the last one) This time, 1 person will do a black and white picture of a bird, and not say what it is. (If it shows what bird species it is, crop it out of the picture). You guys have to guess what bird that I (or someone else) drew. The first person to get it right gets to draw the next bird picture. It has to be a bird in North America.

Ok, I will go first. The first person to get it right gets to draw the next bird.

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15 minutes ago, Candydez12 said:

Red - breasted Nuthatch is correct! 🙂 Now, you can draw the next one that we have to guess 🙂 

Thanks. I'll try to put one up this evening. And a personal question if you don't mind: Are you left-handed? I'm just curious because I'm right-handed and I find it easier to draw birds, animals, cars, and airplanes facing left. You're nuthatch is facing right. Just a weird theory. Feel free to ignore.

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8 minutes ago, HamRHead said:

Thanks. I'll try to put one up this evening. And a personal question if you don't mind: Are you left-handed? I'm just curious because I'm right-handed and I find it easier to draw birds, animals, cars, and airplanes facing left. You're nuthatch is facing right. Just a weird theory. Feel free to ignore.

I’m left handed, and I draw almost everything facing right. 

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Weird, I’m also left handed and though I don’t draw much anymore, most of my doodles I make when taking notes face right.  Looking back at freeform drawings I made when younger, they also mostly face right. Never noticed that before. 
Of course, when using a reference photo, the drawing will always match the same direction.

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