By Nicole Brecke
This drawing consultant for younger readers contains step by step directions for drawing diverse airplanes and ships. It additionally beneficial properties informational textual content approximately all of the drawing matters.
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Make three jib sails at the front of the ship, using three curved lines for each sail. Fast Fact . . pirates often beached their ships to clean the hulls. A ship with a clean hull can sail faster. 29 5 Carefully erase your base shape and lines. 6 Draw ropes among the sails: connect the tip of the jib to the front mast. Draw a horizontal line under each top sail. Make an X shape between the masts. g n i n war g fla The familiar pirate flag, with its image of a skull and crossbones, is called the Jolly Roger.
Pirates and Ships: Explore Inside. Philadelphia: Running Press Kids, 2005. Havercroft, Elizabeth. A Year on a Pirate Ship. Minneapolis: Millbrook Press, 2009. Kentley, Eric. Eyewitness: Boat. New York: DK Publishing, 2000. org/wgbh/nova/xplanes Oxlade, Chris. Airplanes Inside and Out. New York: PowerKids Press, 2009. S. Coast Guard, 15 Jolly Roger flag, 30 World War I, 20 Wright brothers, 20, 22 military, 6, 8, 20, 26 32 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Do you love mighty tugboats or sleek fighter jets?
Draw a horizontal line under each top sail. Make an X shape between the masts. g n i n war g fla The familiar pirate flag, with its image of a skull and crossbones, is called the Jolly Roger. Draw a skull and crossbones! 30 A b c try this Use darker colors to add shading to your ship. 7 Now it’s time to color your pirate ship! html Coppendale, Jean. Pirates and Ships: Explore Inside. Philadelphia: Running Press Kids, 2005. Havercroft, Elizabeth. A Year on a Pirate Ship. Minneapolis: Millbrook Press, 2009.