Do you need to know how to draw a gun? It is an excellent hobby for people of all ages. But, it does take some time to learn how to draw a gun. There are a few tips that will help you learn how to draw a gun quickly and easily. Here they are!
First, to begin drawing a gun, make a basic barrel in the shape of an ordinary long rectangle. (rectangle) Use a pencil to draw the front of the barrel, making sure to include all the details such as the trigger, hopper, magazine, etc. Next, draw the back of the barrel at the same point. You should now have a nice clean line to work on when you learn how to draw a gun. (be careful when handling the gun and be patient)
Step three is to center the stage on your chosen object, in this case, your target. Take your target in your hand, with the tip of your fingers, and move it so you can see the whole target in your mind’s eye. Keep in mind not to draw the target itself, just the upper portion and the lower portion. Draw a straight line from the center of the target to the tip of the fingers, which forms the base of the rifle. The next step is to draw a line down the side of the target to about half an inch from the bottom. This line will guide your future steps.
The next step is to draw a horizontal line along this baseline. This will guide your aiming scope. Next, draw a vertical line to roughly the same level as the horizontal line and a half-inch below the vertical line. This will line up the tips of both sights on your gun.
The next step is to place the thumb of your right hand under the index finger of your left hand, where the trigger is located. Then place your left hand between the index finger and the thumb of your right hand, creating a V. You will be holding your gun with your left hand in this position. The next step is to draw a line from the center of the gun to the end of the trigger, which depicts your aim. The tip of the index finger should now be able to depict a target.
The third step is to hold the gun horizontally, with the butt pointed upwards. Then, begin drawing a circle around the butt, using a smaller circle for the actual part that you will hold onto when drawing the gun. For accuracy, use the larger circle. The last step is to depict a target and draw a straight line down the side of the target straight from the base of the trigger guard all the way to the bottom of the gun. Finally, you need to hold the gun vertically and point downwards.
The fifth step is to hold the gun horizontally, using a smaller circle for your aim than what was previously used in the fourth step. Draw a line from the center of the gun to the end of the trigger guard, and then another line down the side of the target straight from the base of the trigger guard all the way to the bottom of the gun. This represents the horizontal line you need to draw.
The sixth step is to draw a square or a rectangle, depending on how you are going to handle the gun. You need to begin by holding the gun horizontally with your support hand pointing upwards, then make the “X” shape with your fingers pointing downwards. Make sure you continue to hold the gun vertically and point downwards until you have drawn a square or rectangle exactly where you wanted to.