How to Draw a Foxbat

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You can draw a Foxbat in a very specific way. Learn how to draw a Foxbat with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here. And today I'm going to show you how to draw a Foxbat. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to start off with two lines, one that's going kind of diagonally, just like that. And then one that's kind of going the same, following the same way but just going out a little bit the opposite way. So, you leave a little bit of room at the end so it looks kind of coming out. The top line is going to go a little more extended than the bottom line and it's going to start a little bit later that the bottom line as well, because it's showing a little bit of the dimension there. And then what I'm going to do is I'm going to take two of more lines and follow that out. And just kind of follow it the same way as you did the outside lines. Then what were going to do is we're going to do the back. So, we're going to take a line and connect it like that, another one there and another one there. So, it's almost like a triangle with a flattened top. And then I'm going to do another one on this side. That one's going to be a little bit smaller because it's a little bit further away. And then what I'm going to do is I'm going to do the wings. So, I'm going to start with one line going out like that. Kind of flatten it, and then another line connecting there. And I'm going to do the same thing on the other side. But that one's going to be a little bit smaller because it's further away. I'm going to make this a little bit, a little bit bigger here. Just like that. And then what I'm going to do is I'm going to connect these lines here. And make sure you're connecting them kind of like an angle. And what we're going to do is we're going to draw the front of the plane. And the front of the plane's going to be just a little bit like a, kind of like a bird's beak. So, you're going to do, draw an arc like that and then another one that kind of comes underneath here and connects at the end. And you can make the end a little bit rounded because it's just how the planes are. And then we're going to the underneath part. So, what we're going to do is I'm going to draw one line that goes here. And that goes just, almost as far as these, as this line but just not, not exactly the same. And then we're going to connect a line going up like that and another line that kind of connects there. And then we're going to draw the tail. So, what we're going to do for that is we're going to draw just a line going out like this, a line going out like that and then like that. And of course there's going to be one on the other side, but that one's going to be hidden. So, I'm just going to draw like a little, little line there. And draw a line connecting there in the back. If you want to draw some, some rockets, you can also just kind of do a couple little guys just like that. And then draw a little bit of detail in the wings. You can just kind of do a couple lines like that. And depending on the utensil that you're using, or whatever tool you're using to draw, I mean you can use as much shading or as little shading as you want to give it a little bit of dimension. And then what we're going to do for the cockpit here, I'm going to draw just and arc line like that, kind of going with the shape of the cylinder for the plane. Go down like that and then connect them. And I'm going to kind of draw this in a little opaque, just to kind of give it a little color here. And you can use whatever color you want. And then usually this part is black. But you can do, do your own take on it if you'd like. And if you want, you can also do some lines like it's flying away. All right guys. And there you go. There's your Foxbat. So, good luck and stay creative. Enjoy.

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