How to Draw Skipper, Skipper from Disney Planes
Okay, this is pretty much the last character of importance from Planes. This guy is responsible for teaching Dusty everything he knows. For the last Planes character, I will show you "how to draw Skipper", step by step. Skipper used to be a Navy Corsair. He was a supreme flier which made him excellent at how he flies. Drawing Skipper is more subtle than the other three planes from the movie because he has a neutral shade for his color. I enjoyed recreating Skipper, and if you like drawing planes you will too.....
Make a carrot shape then cap off the tip with a circle line.
You will then draw out the shape of Skipper's body. Make sure to include the bump for where the windshield will go as well as his eyes.
Next up, draw the the wings, then draw the stabilizer at the back end. Detail the wings, then proceed to step four.
Define the shape of the propeller, then draw the middle part of the propeller. Add the stripes, as well as the number 70. Draw the windshield then draw in Skipper's eyes. Erase the mistakes like so.
That's it, Skipper Riley is done. Thanks so much for joining me with this lesson on another Planes character.
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