How to draw Katana from Free fire step by step

How to draw Katana from Free fire and Pubg easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions.

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 the combined shape of the katana’s blade and the handle. Basically an outline of it.

The tongue part of this shape should be slightly curved with the tip pointed in the direction of that curve.

Step 2

Split the handle to form a hand-drawn protective blade. As the name suggests, it protects the hand from slipping into the blade.

The hand guard on the katana is usually quite thin and not very wide. Draw accordingly and erase the part of the sword that overlaps it after you finish.

Step 3

The blade collar is used to lock the sword in the sheath. From this perspective, it will be the same width as the blade, so you can create a simple dividing line to show its length.

Step 4

Pommel is located at the end of the barn and is basically a cap on it. In katana, the end cap is usually the same size as the handle. You can simply define it with a line like the neck of a sword.

Step 5

In this case, we will add a huge edge found in some kind of katana. Draw the curve of the edge to track the curve of the blade.

Step 6

Katana often have a braid that resembles a hairpin. To draw this model, add a set of evenly spaced diamond shapes along it.

If you are planning to make a fairly small drawing then you can skip the rest of the details of the handle cover and stop at this stage. Cartoon animators and comic book artists can sometimes do this just to save time.

If you want to create a more detailed drawing of the pen, you can move on to the next step.

Step 7

Braiding of the arm will often create some folds. You can display the creases as in the above example by drawing some lines from the ends of the rhombus facing towards each other (as in the example above).

Step 8

Finally, to complete the wrap and the drawing, add some dividing lines from the top and bottom edges of the rhombus.
These lines will end the encapsulation effect of the Vikings as shown in the example above.

Step 9

Add martial arts and coloring the katana

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