How to draw a Naval Ship with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Draw the hull of the ship
Start with a long banana shape to make the hull. Outline the lines of the hull to add depth and create a deck. Sketch a wavy line on the side of the boat to create the water level.
Draw the above structure
Draw geometric shapes stacked towards the back of the boat. Draw a half oval at the top of the stack. This forms part of the ship’s upper structure. (This can be difficult, but just follow the lines shown.) Add a raised shape on the back of the deck. Draw lines in it to create dimensions.
Continue working on the central structure
Right in front of your first structure, draw some overlapping cubes and cylinders. (Again, just follow the lines you see.) This creates the central structure of the ship.
Add a Flat Box to the Deck
Add a long flat box to the front of the boat. Sketch a few short, fat cylinders on it.
Draw a smaller box on top of the first flat box. Sketch some wavy lines to form waves under the ship.
More antennas and flags
Sketch an antenna in front of the ship. Add a flagpole next to it. Draw two circles in the circles on the side of the boat to make the window. Draw small rectangles next to the nearest window to create the anchor detail. Add small rectangles and wedges to the far side of the bow to create the anchor detail there.
Complete the above structure
Finish with some detailed lines on the structures above. Add a crossbar and antenna to the tallest structure.
Complete the drawing
Trace the pencil lines you want to keep with a marker. Remove any extra lines.