How to Draw a Biplane Step by Step

Below is a step-by-step drawing tutorial.

Step 1: Draw the body
Draw an imperfect triangle on one side and a curve on the other. This will become your fuselage, and it will serve as the foundation of your drawing.

Step 2: Draw the wing guide
The next step is to draw the wing’s path by adding a rectangle above the first. To give the drawing the right perspective, make sure that the shape is slightly angled.

Step 3: Draw the upper and lower wings
This step will allow you to add the top and bottom wings. To do this, draw two oblong shapes along the sides of your rectangle. For a balanced design and better balance, ensure that there is a straight line running through the middle of your oblong shapes.

Step 4: Delete extra rows
This step is easy to complete. Simply erase the wing guides you have drawn earlier and draw new lines on your wings. This will bring out the wings of your plane.

Step 5: Remove any lines that cross over the body
Similar to step 4, you’ll need to take out a few more lines, but this time it will be to display your wings and fuselage. You can clearly see which fuselage is which by removing any overlapping lines.

Step 6: Add a tutorial for the nose
Once you’ve completed the wings and fuselage, it’s now time to work on the nose. This can be done by drawing a small rectangle at the right edge of your imperfect triangle. This will be your nose guide, and it will become your propeller base.

Step 7: Draw the nose and wheel
Next, draw the nose and wheels of your plane. To create the nose, draw a triangle that curves in the direction of your nose. Let one side overlap the edge.

Draw an oval underneath the plane to create the wheel. To ensure consistency in your drawings, one shape should be drawn higher than the other.

Step 8: Draw the body
Draw a large oval that represents the fuselage. You should make the shape larger on one side and sharper on the other. This will help you to emphasize the position of the tail and nose.

Step 9: Connect all pieces
This step will connect the pieces by drawing zigzag lines among the fenders and another between the wheels. We will also draw the propeller using 3 ovals that extend to the nose of the plane.

After you have completed the zigzags or helixes it is time to add the tail. To do this, draw 3 curved triangles. The first should be drawn vertically along the edge, while the second and third should be drawn horizontally along each side.

Step 10: Delete extra rows
This step will highlight all the parts of your plane by removing any extra lines. You’ll get a cleaner drawing with a cooler outline.

Step 11: Draw the last lines
This is the final step. Make circles in your wheel, and add curves to the nose of your plane. You are now ready to fly your plane. Congratulations!

The fuselage can then be personalized with your name and any other drawings you wish. After following the steps, you can let your imagination run wild.

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