Guide on How to Draw a Submarine in 6 Simple Steps
In this lesson, I want to tell and show you how to draw a submarine. A submarine is a rather unusual object for drawing, that’s why I chose it when I was thinking about what to please my readers with.
How often have you seen a submarine in your life? I don’t think so often. And then, as a museum object or in children’s cartoons. There, the submarine is presented as something positive, joyful, cheerful, aimed at making the little viewer smile.
And in a completely different light, the submarine appears in war films. There – this is a fierce killer machine, aimed at absorbing as many lives as possible … And inside the floating monster, people live. Cramped space and the like.
However, let’s not talk about sad things, submarines even became the theme for the Yellow Submarine song. If you wish, you can download the PDF file, it is located at the very end of our submarine drawing tutorial and you can be drawn anywhere. Let’s get started soon!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Submarine
- Let’s draw the body.
With the help of confidence, smooth lines draw the hull of the submarine.
- Add windows.
Draw the oval windows and blades at the narrow end of the shape.
- Depict the hatch.
Draw the rectangle on top of the submarine. This will be the hatch.
- Let’s add details.
The stethoscope, the porthole on the hatch, and the bubbles must be completed.
- Let’s add an ocean or sea.
Draw the sea or the ocean. It should be big, with waves.
- Add color.
We paint the submarine and the sea around. Do it your way.
This is how, easily and simply, you can draw a submarine. Depending on your mood and your desire, the submarine can be either gray or very bright. If you want, you can download the PDF file, it is located at the very end of our submarine drawing tutorial. It’s very easy to create masterpieces with your own hands!
Remember that the perception of the picture is greatly influenced by the colors and shades that you choose to paint your little masterpiece. When you learn how to draw a submarine, you can add details. For example, fish or corals around. And you can portray several submarines. Imagine!