Step 11: Under the airplane, draw a half-circle for the visible part of the other engine. Add a short, curved line to the left to complete the visible shape of the other engine.
Step 12: To the right of the airplane's second engine, draw a line that slopes down for the front edge of the second wing. To the left of the second engine, draw a line that slopes to the right for the back edge of the second wing.
Step 13: Draw a curved line on the nose of the airplane for extra detail. Draw a series of small squares along the side of the body of the plane for the windows. Lightly sketch two long, sloping lines along the side of the plane. Then divide the windows using shorter vertical lines. The engine will be blocking some of the windows. Make the windows near the back smaller.
Step 14: Using a pen or marker, carefully go over the lines to make your airplane drawing permanent. After inking, get rid of every pencil mark with an eraser.
Final Step: Color your airplane drawing using color pencils, markers or crayons! You can color your plane however you'd like. For this look, use blue on the bottom, the wings and the horizontal stabilizer. Use red for the nose and add a red stripe below the windows. Use gray for the front of the engines and light blue for the windows. Draw a red stripe near the front of the engines. Use red for the vertical stabilizer and a bit of black for the engines. Don't forget to pause the video to draw at your own pace.