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How to Draw a Diesel Engine in 7 Steps

How to Draw a Diesel Engine in 7 Steps
Diesel engines are thundering down the track on railroads throughout the world. Learn to draw these workhorse engines with the step-by-step instructions.
1. Draw the body and wheels
Draw a long, rounded train shape for the main body of the engine. Add six wheels, four toward the front and two toward the back.
2. Draw the wheel guards
Sketch a slanted rectangle with an angled shape below it to create the wheel guard at the front of the car. Create the rear bottom part of the car with an angular form by the back wheels.
3. Add detail to the body
Draw a big, fat lightning bolt along the length of the car. Add some stacked long, thin rectangles for the windows.
4. Draw windows for the cab
Draw three square shapes for the main cab windows. Add geometric shapes such as the ones shown along the lower edge of the cab. These shapes should partly cover the wheels.
5. Add a door and more windows
Draw four round windows on the side of the car. Add a door in the center and a couple small rectangular hatches near the front. Sketch a fat, squatty cylinder for a light on the hood.
6. Draw a ladder and upper windows
Use rectangles and straight vertical lines to create the two upper windows. Sketch a large ladder in the center door. Draw lines on the front of the train and a small oval in the hatch to add detail. Add a coupling hook (shaped like the end of a wrench) to the back of the engine.
7. Add the final touches
Trace the pencil lines you want to keep with a felt-tip pen. Erase any extra lines. Now that you've mastered the train-drawing techniques.

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