|Uploaded:||September 28, 2010|
|Updated:||September 28, 2010|
Who here wants a lesson on another cool looking gun that resembles one of the most popular revolvers ever made? If you are raising your hand, you should already know that I too have my hand held high. Today I thought I would start the day by showing you "how to draw an easy gun", step by step. Now there is so many different types of guns in existence, and out of all those guns, I have a few that I have on my favorites list. To start, one of my favorite handguns is the .44 magnum, and that is actually the gun I chose to use for this easy drawing lesson. Another favorite gun of mine is the Russian made AK-47, my grandfather’s Wetherby 7mm long range riffle, and of course the 9mm Glock 17. I chose to do a magnum that has a six bullet chamber, and I also decided to draw it to be on an angle. Almost like the gun is nearly pointing at you at close range. Anyways, I think you will like this lesson that teaches you to draw an easy gun. I have to go right now because I’m trying to get all the submissions up before I go live tonight. I don’t want to be backed up for days on end. I will come back to this tutorial a bit later in the day to fill in some stuff I want to talk about. For now, enjoy the lesson, and be sure to stick around to see what else I have up my artistic sleeve. Bye everyone!