How to Draw an Aeroplane for Kids

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The shape of the body of an aeroplane is that of an oval. Learn how to draw an aeroplane for kids with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. My name's Patricia. I'm an artist. And I'm going to show you how to draw an airplane for kids. So, first draw your body of the airplane, which is a long oval. So, you can just do something similar or simple like that if you like. I'm going to add a little bit more detail. This airplane has a nose, so basically we're making a long oval. Here's the tail. And so that's the shape of your airplane, an oval but I have a little bit of detail in it. All right. And then next step, you know what, let me get a thicker pen out here. Next step, I'm going to draw the wings. Again, they're somewhat triangular shaped. But then they're also an oval shape as well. So something like this. You know, some of the shapes kind of become very similar, but it's very important to think about the shapes. Again, here's another triangle, or a triangular object. You know, we get it, it's a half a rectangle too. Whatever you perceive. This is a triangle with another top of a triangle in it. And then it's got the windows in the cockpit, and then the ones along the plane. And this is a very simple airplane. You know, some have more wings in the back, if you'd like to add those in. You can have wheels if it's landing, if you'd like. I know, there's one in the back, or you know what, it's more like this for the wheels. What am I thinking. There's one hidden under the wing. You can't see it. So, there is your airplane for kids. Enjoy.


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