Of all the trains that soar through stations across the globe, bullet trains are amongst the most famous, known for their sleek design, stylish appearance, and high speeds. Can you keep up with creating your own? Let’s take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab a black pen and a ruler, and draw a line diagonally in the top left-hand corner of the page.
Add a small, thick, vertical line to the center of this, and then add a half-circle shape to the bottom.
Add a diagonal line across the center of this line, and then bring another thick line across from the bottom.
Now, use the ruler to add another diagonal line to the bottom of this, ending just in front of this shape.
Continue this line across slightly, then curve it down and back to the left.
Continue the line across to the left and off the page.
Add another curved line just below this…
And then add two parallel, vertical lines to the center. Connect these to the top and bottom with a slightly angled line.
Now, add a curved square shape to the front of the shape.
Add two points inside this…
Fill in the points with the black pen…
And then use a gray pen for the remainder of the windshield.
Use an orange pen to shade the line at the nose of the train.
Use a ruler and an orange pen to add a line to the bottom of the train.
Shade the bottom of the train with the orange pen.
Use a red pen to add a stripe to the front of the orange section.
Use a gray pen to add a small point to the bottom of the windshield, and a small circle to the right.
Use a black pen for the stripe at the bottom, and the stripe in the center of the train.
Grab a black pen and a ruler, and add vertical lines to the right of the main section, increasing the length of the lines as you move to the right.
Now, use the ruler to add squares to the left of the main line, leaving the corners unconnected.
Use a black pen to shade in the windows…
And then use a blue pencil for the space at the top of the page.
And there we have it – a super speedy bullet train, speeding off to an unknown destination – the real question is what adventures lie in store? That is truly up to you!