In this drawing lesson, you will learn how to draw X-wing. I am sure that this lesson will be very unusual and exciting for you.
I suggest you follow this exciting drawing lesson, in which I will tell and show you how to draw X-wing step by step. Surely you know that the X-wing is a fantastic space fighter in the Star Wars universe.
“X-wing” is the name of several series of starfighters manufactured by the Incom Corporation, with a characteristic “X” wing structure, also known as stabilization wings, extending from the fuselage. Such fighters were part of the fleet of the Rebel Alliance, the New Republic, as well as the Galactic Alliance.
To complete this drawing lesson with high quality and accuracy, you need to be able to draw straight lines. Now, if you are ready to start creating your new wonderful drawing, you can prepare your art supplies, then follow my instructions and enjoy drawing!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw X-Wing
- Start drawing the main body of the fighter.
To complete this step, draw a curved line as shown.
- Add the turbines of the fighter.
On the sides of the previously drawn line, add two circles and some straight curved lines.
- Depict the fighter rocket on the right.
Draw several straight and curved lines, as well as arcs, to depict this detail.
- Sketch out the detail on the left side.
Now you need to add an element similar to the one drawn earlier, positioning it on the left side.
- Start drawing rockets at the bottom of the fighter.
Draw a detail similar to the one previously drawn, using straight and rounded lines.
- Depict another rocket.
Opposite the previously drawn detail, draw another rocket at the bottom of the fighter.
- Add turbine elements and another turbine.
On the previously drawn fighter turbines, draw straight lines and dots. Draw the turbine.
- Draw the windows of the fighter.
On the main body of the fighter, add some straight lines as shown.
- Color the drawing.
To color the fighter, use black, shades of gray and shades of blue.
Don’t forget to download the PDF file, which contains a short version of this lesson, as well as additional practice materials to help you complete it.
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