How To Draw A Gun

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STEP 1. In this step you have to sketch out the hand gun using a steady hand and a good eye. Take your time and start at the very top and draw a straight line to the back of the gun. From the back start sketching your way down drawing the butt where your hand would grip the gun at. Sketch the ridges along the side and work your way under then up toward the trigger. Finish it off by drawing the under part of the barrel and connect it to the top.   STEP 2. In this step you will be detailing the definition of glock 9. You can start anywhere you want, but I usually start in the middle since it is a straight line that is the length of the gun. The best thing for you to do so you can the specific detail is enlarge the image so everything is clear to see. Detail the butt with some simple line work and move to step 3.   STEP 3. This is a short step that evolves more detailing. This time you will be sketching out horizontal lines on the back of the unit. These lines are for easy gripping action. After you draw that out move to the barrel and sketch in a few more lines to define the 9mm. A couple of screws need to drawn in as well before moving onto the next step.   STEP 4. Right now, we are on the fourth step. In this step we will start to sketch in some more details of the Glock. Make sure you use a ruler to get the lines perfectly straight. I used a ruler on my tablet to make them straight. I can't wait to finish this beaut off!   STEP 5. Ok peeps, this is pretty much the last step until the finished lineart. For now, focus on the grip details of the gun. This is very important because it keeps the gun in your hand without sliding. Imagine a slippery gun? I bet you'd miss your targets. Anyways, draw a few more details, and you should be all set.   STEP 6. This is the last step. After you complete your sketch, erase any pencil lines that may have accidentally scratched the pad. You will need to use some basic shading technique to finish off the sketch. After you are don you should have a drawing that looks like this. Color it black or chrome or a color of your choice.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.