How to Draw a Dagger easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing two squares. Position shapes on a diagonal diagonal, one above the other. Notice that the edges of each square are curved inward. This starts the handle or hilt of the dagger.
Draw two more squares with concave edges, stacked on top of the existing squares. This continues the length of the handle. The handle contour with curves and short.
Use the curves to draw a parallelogram-like shape at the end of the handle. Then, line up a pentagon on top. This forms the ball of the handle.
Draw a rectangle at the bottom of the handle. This initiates the contour of the horizontal spoiler or bed sheet to protect the hands.
Delete the ends of the cross bars. Stretch each line using a curve. Then, connect these lines with a curve.
Clear the center of the crossbar. Draw two curves that meet at one point, creating a decorative element. Then draw a small circle below this point.
Next, draw the blade. Stretch two long lines from the crossbar, slightly inclined towards each other. Do not allow the lines to meet. Then, stretch another curve from the end of each line, placing them at a slightly larger angle. Allows the lines to meet at a sharp point. This creates the end of the blade, called a debole.
Draw two lines in the center of the blade, derived from the crossbar. Then, draw two short lines to connect each of these at a sharp point. This classification of the blade is called more complete.
Draw a straight line from the end of the fuller to the tip of the blade.
Color your dagger.