How to draw a Fighter Plane Step by Step

How to draw a Fighter Plane easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to draw a FIGHTER

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by drawing two diagonal, roughly parallel curves. This starts the fuselage, or fuselage, of the jet.

Step 2

Join the lines drawn in the previous step by extending two long curved lines and allowing them to meet at a point. This forms the nose of the jet.

Step 3

Next, draw the upper part of the tail, also known as the vertical stabilizer. Extend two lines on a vertical incline from the back of the jet. Connect them at the beginning and the end using straight lines.

Step 4

Use a series of straight lines to enclose the back of the fuselage. Then enclose a circle using a curved line. Trace the shape with short lines. This forms the nozzle, or rear section, of the jet engine.

Step 5

Next, draw the front part of the wings, erasing the guide lines if necessary. Extend two straight segments from each side of the jet and connect them with a short line. Note that the small wings have an almost triangular shape.

Step 6

Draw wings. Use three straight lines to enclose the wings on each side of the jet. Each wing must resemble a triangle with one of its corners removed.

Step 7

Draw small wings at the tips of the wings. Extend a line from the wing and a line parallel to it. Join the lines at each end.

Step 8

Contour the jet fuselage by drawing long, curved lines in the center.

Step 9

Draw the windows of the cockpit. Wrap some irregular shapes.

Step 10

Color your jet. Many fighters like this one come in silver or gray, but they also come in a multitude of shades. Stealth jets like the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird can be solid black; Blue Angels, US Navy demonstration squadron, blue and yellow jet pilots; and historically, many pilots have painted different pictures on the sides of their planes.

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