Now we are almost finished and just need to draw the cockpit canopy details. The F-22 Raptor has a highly reflective cockpit canopy which can be a bit difficult to draw, but hopefully you will be able to follow these steps without too much trouble. [Step 1] Begin by drawing an arch shape along the center of the canopy area. Shade the sides of the arch shape, making the right side slightly darker, but leave a strip down the middle of the shape (slightly to the left of the center line) without shading. Also shade the nose cone slightly darker than the surrounding surfaces, as shown. [Step 2] Now shade the areas of the canopy outside of the arch lightly, but leave a strip of highlight along the far right side blank as I have done. [Step 3] Now smooth out the shading of the canopy. Also shade the cockpit canopy frame and add some small details to the left fairing. [Step 4] Come back to this step after you have completed step 18. In this step, you just need to add the small pitot tubes on either side of the nose. These tubes measure airspeed on the real aircraft.