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Sketch the Wings

First sketch the wings as a long i—i box, using two-point perspective as if looking down on the subject.

Add Lines for the Body

Add lines for the basic structure of the fuselage and where the rudder and tail stop. These lines share the same perspective as the wings.

Add Lines for the Body

Add lines for the basic structure of the fuselage and where the rudder and tail stop. These lines share the same perspective as the wings.

Refine and Add Details

L Smooth out the lines of the wings and body and add details, including the ellipses of the wheels, engine compartment and propeller.

Add More Elements and Begin to Refine the Shape

Add boxes to indicate the placement of the wheels and engine area. Draw lines to better define the shapes of the rudder. Chisel out the fuselage and shorten the lower wing tips.

Refine and Add Details

L Smooth out the lines of the wings and body and add details, including the ellipses of the wheels, engine compartment and propeller.

Draw A High-Speed Jet

First draw the basic shapes in perspective to carve out the shape of the plane. Add highlights, shadows and details.

This type of steam engine is a Norfolk and Western 4-8-4. The structural elements of this scene are drawn using one-point perspective. Make use of the principles of atmospheric perspective as you apply the lights and darks. When you want to shade subjects like these, friskets and erasing shields may be handy tools to use.

Must-Have Materials

Graphite pencil Drawing board Drawing paper Kneaded eraser

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