How to Draw a Helicopter
The helicopter drawing can be used as wall decor in a boy's room or simply improve the collection of drawings of any boy. However, drawing Airplane and the helicopter is not easy to do. A helicopter has a lot of small parts, and you need to know at least its fundamental structure to be able to draw it right. The challenge lies in conveying accurate proportions of parts of the helicopter. Another challenge is to properly draw a helicopter's tail and blades. All lines must be straight and symmetrical, so you might want to use a ruler. In this lesson, we will learn the easy steps to drawing a helicopter, step by step.
Drawing of the helicopter's. Let's begin your drawing with the basic sketches of the helicopter's body. Draw a large oval for the body of the helicopter and just draw a small circle, which will be the helicopter's cockpit. Leave enough space on your sheet of paper so that you have a place to draw the tail and blades of the helicopter.
Draw the helicopter's tail. You will now carefully draw the other parts of the helicopter. First you need to draw the helicopter's tail. The main thing is not to make the tail too short or too long. The tail of the helicopter should be slightly shorter than the contours of its body. In this step, you have to outline the top rotor blades of the helicopter.
The front of the helicopter. Now you need to draw other parts of the helicopter, with as much precision as possible. Start with the nose of the helicopter and fastening of blades. Draw the front windows in a cockpit, air intake openings, and bearing shaft of blades. Erase the extra contour lines.
The doors and windows of the helicopter. If the sketches in your previous steps were pretty exact, further development of your helicopter drawing should be pretty easy. Now you need to add a few details, such as the doors and rounded windows, as in the aircraft cabin.
The rotor blades of the helicopter. At this point you should remove all unnecessary lines from the drawing. Now you need to add rotor blades to your basic outline of the helicopter. It is not the easiest task, so you can use a ruler. Don't forget to draw little blades on the tail. Then work on the remaining details.
Coloring your Helicopter drawing. Now that your helicopter drawing is complete, let's color it in military or civilian style. Passenger helicopters can have very different color palettes, but military helicopters have only a military dimension. For example, this could be the color of camouflage. We will need three colors for camouflage coloring. If you're using watercolor, apply paint in smooth circular movements. If you'd like, you can draw a pilot in the helicopter's cockpit. You can draw a helicopter flying in the blue sky over the Sea or mountain landscape. It's better to draw the mountains smaller as if the helicopter is flying high above the ground.