A switch blade is a knife or a type of blade which gets folded or slided in the handle and can be opened automatically by pressing a button.
Sword is a bladed weapon longer than knife. It was common in the early periods. It was mainly used for the wars between the kingdoms. Keeping sword nowadays is of massive respect and not everyone knows how to use it. But we can here tell you how to draw it.
Sometimes called ‘Concealed hand blade’ – a shuriken is a sharped edge weapon used by Japanese Samurais. You might have been lucky to have seen them being thrown around in cartoons and animations. Here, you are going to learn how to draw a Shuriken step by step.
A scythe is a handy tool used in farming, to mow blades of grass and reap crops. It consists of a shaft, a curved blade and one or two handles placed at right angles to the shaft. Of course, scythes have now been made redundant due to the use of machines, but they still continue to be in use in certain parts of Asia. Despite its popular use in farming, it could be a pretty handy tool for a superhero wouldn’t you say? Perhaps you could call this hero the scythe-wielding agricorp. Learn how to draw this simple yet interesting object by following the steps given here.
A grenade is a small bomb typically thrown by hand. Mind you! Throwing a grenade up stairs is dangerous, due to the risk of it falling back down; it is much safer to throw a grenade down stairs. Do you know it can also be made to release smoke, tear gas and other gases, as well as illumination? This tutorial contains plenty of useful tips on how to draw grenade.
Katana is a long Japanese sword with a slight bend and sharpened on one side. It is mostly found in the hands of samurai and ninja. The katana is characterized by its distinctive appearance: a curved, single-edged blade with a circular or squared guard and long grip to accommodate two hands. In this drawing tutorial we will show you how to draw a Japanese katana sword.