In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to draw a rocket, easy enough even for kids. To see all the instructions and the collage, scroll down below.
Hey! Probably, everyone in childhood dreamed of becoming an astronaut, or maybe someone else is dreaming, but someone has definitely made his dream come true! In this lesson, we will learn how to draw a rocket for kids that flies directly into space.
Drawing a rocket will be easy because the instructions will use simple geometric shapes and clear lines that flow around the space rocket, making it easier to take off into the sky and into space. In the drawing process, we will follow 8 steps, and the result will be a beautiful space rocket. Let’s start!
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw a Rocket for Kids
- Draw the body of the rocket.
The body of a space rocket has a complex shape, pointed at the top. In the drawing process, follow the examples in the instructions.
- Detail the nose cone.
To do this, draw a line at the top of the rocket to form a triangle.
- Add the porthole line.
Draw a circle under the nose cone.
- Detail the porthole.
Inside the resulting circle, add another, smaller one to draw the porthole window.
- Add fins.
These are the so-called “wings” of the rocket, which allow it to maintain direction. Draw them following the example from the sample.
- Divide the exhaust nozzle.
Add a line at the bottom of the body to indicate the beginning of the rocket nozzle.
- Add exhaust flame.
Here you can give free rein to imagination and draw a trail of fire of any shape.
- Color your drawing.
The main body can be painted blue, the trail of fire—yellow or orange. Paint all other elements red.
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