How to Draw an Uzi
The first thing you need to do is draw in the L shaped bracket which is the folding stock assembly. Once that is done move to step two.
At the end of the folding stock assembly arm there is a pin or screw that you need to draw in. This is also what makes the arm swivel enabling it to open.
You will now start drawing the top portion of the Uzi which is the receiver. The two rounded parts are the sights. Add detailing to these areas.
You will now draw in the hand grip which is the textured part of the Uzi where the hand grips the gun. Once that is done you can draw in the barrel and all the small screws.
In this step you will draw in the rest of the receiver. When doing this you will also have to add all the detailing that comes with the Uzi mechanism and design. Once you are finished you can move along to step six.
Draw in the pistol grip which is also an area that the shooter holds onto when shooting the Uzi. When that is done you can also add the trigger guard.
Detail the pistol grip like so, then draw in the magazine that slides right into the grip. Erase whatever mistakes you might have made so you have a clean image to color.
May 16, 2014
Description: It's time for another updated tut on a gun that everyone would love to hate. I say this because even though the Uzi gets so many mixed reviews, it's still a weapon that people turn to when chaos breaks out. This tutorial will show you "how to draw an Uzi", step by step. The Uzi is a small compact submachine gun that comes out of Israel. There are different variants of Uzi that use different caliber ammunition. This is due to the availability of caliber conversion kits. Using this lesson should prove to be an easy task, and I know a lot of you dudes out there like these types of tuts. I will be back with one more weapon themed tutorial so try and stay tuned in.