How to draw a Space Shuttle Step by Step

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

How to draw a Space Shuttle Step by Step

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

Step 1

This drawing lesson will be quite simple, and we will start with the most basic details. So, first of all, we outline the outer contours of the shuttle’s hull, like a bullet. Traditionally, the first steps should be done using very light lines.

Step 2

To make our drawing more like a shuttle, we sketched the most basic details of the body. First, we outline the contours of the windows. Next, draw the outline of our shuttle’s wings and tail.

Step 3

Starting from this step we have to be more careful, as we will get involved in the final drawing of the space shuttle parts. Here, we carefully draw the contours of the body and the window, using clear and dark lines.

Step 4

In the previous step we drew the front part of the diamond, in this step we will draw the next part. Also, with the help of clear and dark lines, carefully draw the contours of the tail and remove all the unnecessary guide lines from the back of the shuttle drawing.

Step 5

This will probably be the simplest step by step tutorial on how to draw a shuttle. Here, using clear and dark lines, carefully draw the wings of the shuttle. At the end of the step remove all unnecessary guides from the drawing and proceed with shading.

Step 6

Now let’s make our drawing of the space shuttle more massive and three-dimensional. We first identified the light source, then added shadows to areas of the space shuttle where the light was not shining.

We love the space and everything related to it. We have drawn an astronaut and many different characters from movies and books related to the subject of space. Please suggest future drawing lessons ideas in the comments for this article or in our social media pages.



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