Now that you have been browsing through the “Weapons” category, you obviously worked your way down to this section that has some really cool tutorials that teach you "how to draw swords, step by step”. Drawing a sword, and other types of weapons is something that has been admired and loved by children and adults alike. One of the more popular swords to draw is the Katana, or otherwise known as a samurai. Drawing a katana sword is a good way to practice Asian art. There is a ton of different types of swords that are built with different style blades, hand guards, and handles. The sword also comes with sleeves, ribbons, and even fancy engravings to add detailing and definition to these incredibly beautiful weapons. The history and creation of swords originated from the dagger. It wasn't until the late third millennium BC that longer blades were created. At first this took place back in the middle-east. The sword was first designed using copper, then in a tin bronze metal. The oldest types of sword date back to 3300 BC. When this weaponry started taking shape and from with steel, that is when the design of the sword really took off. Drawing a Saif is neat too because these are the main weapons that the Arabians used back in the early days and are still in use today. All in all there is too many blades to mention, but in total drawing different sketches is a fun way to create, recreate, and explore the world of the sword. Dragoart.com offers a wide variety of lessons that teach you in detail how to draw swords like the Excalibur, step by step. If you want a tutorial on a shield, just browse around and I'm sure you'll come across something cool, maybe even a swordsmen.