Airplanes and Ships You Can Draw
Do you love mighty tugboats or sleek fighter jets? Whatever your favorite ship or airplane, you’ll soon be drawing these vehicles like a pro with the help of this fun book. Just follow the steps and you’ll have a great-looking transporter before you know it. Fact-filled descriptions accompany the drawings, so you can learn all about planes and boats. You’ll also find tips on adding details to your drawing - like a banner for your biplane or a skull and crossbones for your pirate ship. So get out some paper and grab a pencil. Then get ready, get set, and get drawing!
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Add a center Add five Add three Add two lines aircraft airplane angled lines base circle base oval base rectangle base shape base square baseline and shape biplane boat bottom wing Carefully erase center line cockpit color crescent shape curved line diagonal baseline diagonal lines double circles Draw a base Draw a curved Draw a large Draw a point Draw a small Draw four Draw three engine erase your base erase your baselines F-22 Raptor fighter jet flight front mast helicopter horizontal lines hull INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK jumbo jet Lightly draw lines and shapes lines to connect lines to draw lines to finish long base long horizontal Outline the base pencil pilots pirate ship plane propeller rudder sail Seagull sets of wings shape and line short line skinny oval skull and crossbones Sleek slightly small curve speedboat submarine tail tugboats vertical lines Wright brothers