We usually see feathers, pieces of paper and other light objects can be blown into the sky by the wind, but like the behemoth of Boeing airplanes, actually can also fly up is too amazing!
The Soviet An-225 Mriya transport aircraft, which first took to the air at the end of 1988, had a take-off weight of 500 or 600 tons. At the time, this was a miracle that people could not believe.
Airplanes lift off by aerodynamic force, which is different from balloons and airships that lift off by air buoyancy. Balloons and airships are due to the specific gravity is smaller than the air, by the air upward buoyancy up.
Since the specific gravity of an airplane is much larger than that of air, a stationary airplane can not lift off, only when it moves and reaches a certain speed can it fly off the ground.
In today's drawing tutorial, we are going to learn how to draw an airplane. This is not a big passenger airplane, but it looks powerful because it has two big turbine engines.
We will start by drawing the fuselage of this airplane, then one wing, the tail and another wing. Of course we will add more details to the fuselage in the meantime. If you like airplanes follow the instructions below and try it out.
√ Draw a Plane PDF (Click to download for free.)
√ Drawing Papers (You can get it easily and I would say almost any paper can be used.)
√ Pencils / Markers / Crayons / Watercolors (Remember to use a pen with a fine tip when outlining.)
Elementary school students
About 1 hour
How to Draw a Plane Step by Step
Step 1 Draw the back of this airplane.
Step 2 Draw the nose and belly of this airplane.
Step 3 Draw one of the engines of this airplane.
Step 4 Draw one of the wings of this airplane.
Step 5 Add paddles to this engine.
Step 6 Add the windows of this airplane.
Step 7 Draw the tail of this airplane.
Step 8 Draw the other wing of this airplane.
Step 9 Finally color it to get our airplane.
Guys, have you learned how to draw a plane yet?