How to Draw a Fighter Plane
In this lesson we will draw the British Supermarine Spitfire. This fighter aircraft of the Second World War was the best fighter plane. The millitary plane Supermarine Spitfire was used to fight in front line service, from the beginnings of the conflict, in September 1939, through to the end in August 1945.
Let's begin our drawing a Fighter Plane Supermarine Spitfire (ww2) with the basic outline of an airplane.
Now you need to carefully draw the initial scetches for other parts of the airplane's tail. To do this, you can use a ruler.
Now is the most important and difficult step of drawing a fighter plane. You need to do the basic shape of the nose and tail.
Now you need to add wings to your aircraft and draw two small flaps onto the sides of the tail. All aircraft of the Second World War were equipped with internal combustion engines. Therefore, you can draw the airplane propeller. Then work on the remaining details.
At this point, we erase all unnecessary lines from our drawing and add the finishing touches to the fighter airplane.
Now we will paint the fighter plane with military overtones. If you'd like, you can draw a pilot in the cockpit of the airplane, blue sky and clouds.