How to Draw a Paintball Gun


We will begin by drawing the paintball gun's barrel, then draw in the body and frame for your paintball gun.


Continue on with drawing the barrel which is an extension piece at end of the gun. When that is done you can draw the design detailing which are embossed fin like lines along the body of the paintball gun.


The tube that you will draw next is where the hopper connects to the gun. Add this shape and move along to step four.


Up next, simply draw the front handle grip like so. This enables the user to hold the paintball gun with a solid grip. Detail the handle and then move to step five.


Here we will draw the base of or rest of the paintball gun's body. This is the back grip and the trigger guard.


Almost done guys. In this step all you need to do is draw the trigger, then add texture detailing to the grip.


Now you can draw in the CO2 hose that transfers the air to the chamber. Erase the mistakes if you made any, and that's that.


Here is the line art folks. Color in your Dye paintball gun and show off your work.

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May 20, 2014

Description: A lot of people will be having some good fun in the sun with their paintball gun artillery. Yesterday my brother asked me if I could do a tut on "how to draw a paintball gun". Now I honestly don't know why I never made a lesson on a paintball gun before because they are so very popular. Well, there is another sport gun that is also making headway and that's those Airsoft guns. I think it's because it's less expensive maybe for an Airsoft gun then it is for a paintball gun. My brothers paid almost three hundred dollars for their guns and that's not including all the gear they got for it. The gun in this lesson is a Dye DM13, that is what my bro wanted me to make a lesson on. Anyways, I'm sure all you paintball gun fanatics will have a blast with this lesson. I will be back with more drawing fun so stay tuned in.

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