How to Draw an Apache Helicopter with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Drawing lessons for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
I’ll try to destroy this helicopter the best way I know of. Start by drawing a shape that closely resembles a piece of pizza. This should also include the crust on top.
You’ll start this step by sketching out the shape of the radar dome and main rotor, which houses the helicopter’s propellers or propellers. Take your time so it appears neat and organized.
You will now begin to take your time as you outline Apache’s shell. The protrusions you see at the top are where the twin turbochargers are located, so be sure to pull them out correctly. When you feel confident that the body of the AH-64 is drawn to your liking, you can continue to step three.
As the next step, let’s tackle the quest to attract the wings as well as the pylons that are used to house the hydra and hell rocket launchers. Once done here, you can move down to step five.
As you can see your Apache helicopter will look very realistic once you complete this step. You will first draw the airbags for the turboshaft twin-axle engine, and then draw the cylindrical shapes for the hydra rocket launcher as well as the holes. I took the rocket out because I didn’t want the lesson to be too overwhelming. Then you would draw the landing gear just legs and wheels. Next, right in the center of the helicopter on the fuselage, draw the night vision unit as well as the gunner’s sensor turret. You will then move down a bit until you reach the area where you will draw the M230 30mm automatic cannon. Outline all the details and surface contours as you see here and then move on to step six.
Now it’s time to start sketching out the details of the hull including the seams, rivet holes as well as the hull where the pilot and gunner sit. Sketch in such windows, and then outline in body frames and define surfaces and details. Who sits where? Well, the front window is where the pilot sits, and the rear area is where the gunner sits.
Almost done, friends! Here you will sketch or draw in such a four-blade system, and remember to take your time as the base must be neatly drawn for accuracy.
And finally, draw the tail of the helicopter like that, and although you can’t see it, there is supposed to be a tail rotor located just behind the propeller in the upper right. Clean up your sketch or drawing so you can prep it for some serious color.
This is what the finished product will look like when you’re done. Now you can do fun coloring in your AH-64 Apache using the OD green shade.