Readers of Easydrawingart.com often asked us to show how to draw an airplane, and here is this very instruction before you. The article itself will be very simple, but in the end, you will get a full-fledged and realistic airplane drawing. You are free to use both a pencil with paper and a graphics tablet in order to draw a plane.
To draw an airplane, first, depict two straight parallel lines. You can use the ruler or do without it if you are sure that you can create straight lines.
Now connect these two lines to create the nose of the plane, as we did in the instruction on how to draw a rocket.
Now go to the back of the sketch, and depict the tail of the plane, as the artists of Easydrawingart.com did in the example below.
Finish creating the back of the plane with an oblique line. Aircraft actually have a variety of forms, but in general, they are drawn in approximately the same way.
Now draw the wings of the airplane. Each wing consists of three lines – two long and one short, connecting long lines.
Now let’s draw an airplane turbine. It looks like a chubby cylinder under the wing. You can depict either one turbine on each wing, as in our example, or two.
Now create a line dividing the plane and the wing. Next, depict an airplane windshield and a long row of portholes.
Now go to the tail of the aircraft and depict the tail wing. To make your airplane drawing more interesting, you can add some additional details, for example, inscriptions or additional propellers in the tail section.
So, now take an eraser, and wipe off all the unnecessary guidelines from the aircraft drawing so that it is beautiful, voluminous and aesthetic.
You can paint the airplane in any color, but we have chosen the most standard blue color. Airplane windows should be painted darker than the rest of the aircraft.
Ten stages on how to draw an airplane behind, and we hope that now you know how to draw an aircraft like the artists of Easydrawingart.com. Subscribe to Facebook and Pinterest to keep abreast of everything that happens on the pages of Easydrawingart.com.