How to Draw a Realistic Saxophone

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When drawing a realistic saxophone you may want to use an image of the actual instrument as a visual aid. Learn how to draw a realistic saxophone with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, what's up? Chris here and today we're going to be learning how to draw a realistic saxophone so let's get going so I can hear how this thing sounds when you're going to play it. Alright first we're going to start with the mouthpiece so we're going to draw this piece coming out and we're going to draw a line there. Then from there, that piece comes out and it curves and there's another piece there that connects it. Then, as we go down the neck there's another piece and then we'll just come down and we'll come up out and we will bring it down that way and we will put a couple more of these down because these are the little petals where you hit with your hands for the different musical notes. We'll put a line here as this comes down, there. Then this will be right where the music comes out so we'll draw a line there and we'll draw another circle inside of this and add some shadowing, a line across here and a line across there, tighten this up a bit and another petal there and we'll just add depth to it as always, these lines here, bring that out and there you have it. A couple of music notes and everything is good. I'm Chris and this is how you draw a realistic saxophone.


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