|Uploaded:||July 6, 2009|
|Updated:||July 6, 2009|
Transportation by air has come a long way since the first invention of the airplane. As you know I already have a lesson on how to draw an air craft, but for some reason the tutorial is kind of boring which is sue to the fact that it was drawn so long ago. I wanted to do an updated version on an airplane so that you can have variety when it comes to your needs. My third lesson of the day will be on "how to draw an Aeroplane" step by step. Now I know what your thinking “an aeroplane?” and my answer to you is, “yes, an aeroplane”. Although the name sounds different, there is absolutely no difference between an airplane and an aeroplane. The only difference is, they are spelt two different ways. As you know it was the minds of Orville Wright and his brother Wilbur Wright who invented the very first airplane in 1903. The two brothers had many drawn out schematics on how the plane should take flight and keep in the air. It wasn’t until December 17, 1903 that the flying machine took flight with an actual engine. The first plane to go up in the air was the “Kitty Hawk” and it successfully went up, and stayed up. Even though it took two creative minds to put humans in the air to travel from place to place, the Wright brothers made history and because of them we have aeroplanes or airplanes that are so much more advanced than they could have ever imagined. The tutorial I will be teaching you on will show you “how to draw an aeroplane step by step”. I know you will have fun with this lesson because everyone loves drawing planes no matter what kind they are. Peace out, happy drawing, and I shall return soon.