How to Draw an Airplane?2 min read

Activities for Kids Oct 11, 2021
how to draw airplane



How to Draw an Airplane?2 min read

Watching airplanes high up in the sky is somehow always fascinating to both children and adults. We love to look up into the sky and see that tiny airplane in the distance, amidst the clouds, with its lights flickering, making a big rumbling sound as it passes overhead. In today’s tutorial, your kid will learn how to draw an airplane. It’s an easy tutorial that we hope your child will really enjoy.

Airplane fun facts

Here are some fun facts about airplanes before we begin to draw one.

  •   The Wright brothers flew the first ever successful airplane in 1903.
  •   Modern-day commercial aircraft can fly between 31,000 and 38,000 feet.
  •   A seaplane is an airplane that can take off and land on water!

What materials will you require to draw an airplane?

The materials that you will need to draw an airplane include:

  •   Pencil
  •   Eraser
  •   Drawing paper
  •   Black marker
  •   Crayons/color pencils

How long will it take to draw an airplane?

Drawing an airplane should take you about 45 minutes.

How to draw an airplane?

Airplanes come in different shapes and sizes, and it’s always fun to draw various kinds of airplanes. The tutorial that we have here will show kids how to draw a smaller airplane that can carry a few passengers.

Teach kids to use drawing guides. Guides help to provide a reference point while drawing. To make a guide on your drawing paper, fold your paper horizontally and vertically in half. Alternatively, you could draw horizontal and vertical dotted lines with your pencil.

Now that you’re all set, let’s draw a super cool airplane. Follow these simple steps and be patient with yourself.

Step 1: Start by drawing the cone-shaped body of your airplane.

Step 2: Draw the cockpit window on top of the airplane body.

Step 3: Draw one wing of the airplane – make it angled.

Step 4: Now draw the other wing.

Step 5: Draw the fin of the airplane at the back.

Step 6: Add two tailplanes to the fin.

Step 7: Now draw the propeller of the airplane.

Step 8: Draw some clouds of different sizes in the background.

Step 9: Outline your drawing with a marker and fill it with color.

Your airplane is ready and flying! Show off your new drawing to your friends and teach them to make their own too!


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