In this super simple instruction for kids, I will show you how to draw a helicopter very quickly and easily.
There are many different types of these mechanical dragonflies in the world. There are both combat helicopters, which are used for military purposes, and there are civilian variations. These helicopters can be used for both simple civil flights and for medical or rescue purposes.
But one way or another, all helicopters are drawn in about the same way. The main differences between different types of helicopters are that they have slightly different body and wheel shapes. But in our example, I decided to draw a helicopter with landing skids instead of wheels, in order to further simplify the process of drawing a helicopter.
This instruction is divided into eight super easy stages with super easy actions. Take your favorite art supplies and start the tutorial on how to draw a helicopter.
First, draw the body of the helicopter as a large oval.
Now use two long and one short lines to draw the tail of the helicopter.
Draw landing skids at the bottom of the body of the helicopter, and a fin at the end of the tail.
At the top of the helicopter, draw the rotor blades using long, straight lines.
Now go back to the tail again and draw tail rotor blades.
Go to the body again and draw the helicopter windows using straight lines.
Take an eraser and carefully remove all unnecessary auxiliary lines from the helicopter drawing.
Now is the time to paint the created artwork. Use any color for this purpose.
Don’t stop there. Draw new helicopters, and try to portray different versions with different equipment. This will help you learn how to draw a helicopter even better.
So, above there were eight stages in which I described in great detail how to draw a helicopter. Below you can see the same stages but in one picture. Save this drawing and share it with your friends, so that each of them can learn how to draw a helicopter easily and easily.
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