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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

How To Draw An Airplane Worksheet, WWII Spitfire

This free printable drawing worksheet will help the young artist practice drawing something with a unique shape that is not composed of a lot of recognizable shapes such as triangles, circles and squares.

Learning to draw takes practice so do not give up if your project does not turn out the way you had hoped it would. Your frustration is a good sign and shows that you have talent and know how you want your picture to look like. You only need to get your skill up to the level of your talent. So draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back to my blog often and try some of my other projects.

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How to Draw An Airplane Worksheet. 
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This airplane shape has very few straight lines. The wings are curved slightly, the rudder and stabilizers are curved or oval.

The fuselage has a straight line from the cockpit to the rudder and the rudder has a straight line on the leading edge. The front of the fuselage has a cone for the propeller. There is a row of exhaust pipes between the propeller and the cockpit. The bottom line of the fuselage curves toward the wing.

Trace coins or buttons to make the wheels round.

Our drawing has the cockpit open there is a door that folds down with a step on it for the pilot to get in.

Draw a shadow underneath.

Put your airplane in an environment like a landing field with the tents for the pilots in the back ground and the trees of the farms beyond that.

What makes this project beautiful is the graceful curving lines of the aircraft. Take your time and it will look good.

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(c) Adron 1/22/13

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