How to Draw a Helicopter Step by Step

How to Draw a Helicopter easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Cartoon drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to Draw a Helicopter Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel:  Kids Drawing Ninja

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

Step 1

Start by drawing two curves. Draw them as half circles that don’t touch each other. The upper semicircle should be smaller than the lower one. Connect two lines with a short line. This outlines the body of the helicopter.

Step 2

Stretch two long lines from the gap between the semicircles. Note that the lines are inclined towards each other but do not intersect. Connect these lines at the end using three short lines to surround a rectangle. This created a boom in the tail of the helicopter.

Step 3

Draw a series of straight lines down the middle of the helicopter. Straight lines cross the tail rod but curl on the body.

Step 4

Draw the window of the helicopter, which is also his eye. Draw a slight curve over the helicopter’s fuselage, then use a “U” shaped line to surround a semicircle above it. Then draw two parallel curves across the center of the window. Next, use a curve to surround a shape opposite the tail boom. This forms the “nose” of the helicopter.

Step 5

Use curves to surround some partial oval in the corner of the window. This forms the iris and pupil of the eye. Draw a small circle in the iris. Then, use curvy lines to surround a sharp, curved shape above the eye, forming an eyebrow.

Step 6

Use a curve to surround a circle above the helicopter’s fuselage. This is the mast or drive shaft that rotates the rotor of a helicopter. Attach a similar shape at the end of the tail. Then stretch the curve pairs from the tail arm, allowing them to meet at one point. Connect the ends of the lines roughly by a short line. These small wings are called horizontal stabilizers.

Step 7

Use the curves to surround the petal-like shape of the rotor blades, for both the main propeller and the tail propeller.

Step 8

Draw a landing slide. Stretch the short, curved pairs below the helicopter. Draw another pair of lines between them and let the lines continue through the supports.

Step 9

View your helicopter details. Draw a curved triangle on the horizontal stabilizer bar. Contour the surface with a curve and draw additional curves around the blades to indicate movement.

Step 10

Color your helicopter. Then check out our object drawing tutorials for more interesting vehicles, including sports cars, motorcycles, ships, trains, racing cars, trucks, tractors, rocket ships , …

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