I suggest you complete a lesson in which I will tell you how to draw a spaceship step by step. This lesson consists of only eight steps.
So, I have prepared for you a great drawing lesson in which you can learn how to draw a spaceship step by step. This tutorial is easy for any beginner artist and child to follow and will greatly help you improve your artistic skills. Surely, you have seen various spaceships many times in films, cartoons, video games or books.
The spacecraft is an aircraft that is designed to fly people or transport various cargoes in outer space. People have always been interested in what is outside the globe, what planets there are besides the planet Earth, whether there are any living beings in outer space.
In order to start looking for answers to these questions, people have created spaceships. During flights in a spacecraft through space, astronauts must wear special spacesuits that help them breathe and protect themselves from injury in zero gravity.
In order to complete this lesson and draw a spaceship, you need to be able to draw curved lines and follow my instructions carefully. Right now, I suggest that you prepare the art supplies that you will use to draw the spaceship, and then you can enjoy the creative process.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Spaceship Step by Step
- Draw the outline of the spaceship.
Draw a figure as shown in the example, using a curved line for this.
- Depict the glass dome of the spaceship window.
In the front upper part of the previously drawn figure, depict the figure using a smooth line.
- Add decorative elements.
Depict an incomplete oval around the previously drawn shape, add an arc in front.
- Sketch out the rear wing of the spaceship.
At the back of the spaceship outline, draw the figure using an arc and a curved line.
- Add another spaceship wing.
Draw another element at the bottom of the spaceship using curved lines.
- Draw the element at the back of the spaceship.
Depict a curved line between the two previously drawn spaceship wings.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Before you start coloring the spaceship, remove unnecessary elements.
- Color the drawing.
To color the spaceship you need blue, purple, gray, green, and pink.
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