>>2377094 As retarded as I think /k/ is, their sticky does a very good job at teaching you how guns work and what types of guns there are. Don't post there just read the sticky http://amagicalplace.wikia.com/wiki/Sticky
This is a perfect example of /IC/. The guy above you(>>2377092) gave you the perfect answer on how to improve but what you really want to hear is if there is some magic tutorial that'll unlock the secret to drawing guns quickly.
There is no secret, just draw all kinds of guns until you understand how they work. (google image search: gun) Once you spend awhile doing that you'll have enough knowledge to invent your own that don't look like shit. That's literally the answer to all these stupid "how do I draw this..." questions.
You have to put in the work and hours drawing shit from life, how do you think the guys who made all the instructional shit learned to do it in the first place? All that crap won't let you draw guns like OP's image.
You don't need a tutorial, just google image search and a few hundred hours with your sketchbook. Have fun.
But if you do want alternatives to google or pinterest for images you could find/buy old auction catalogues from gun auctions. I have some that are thick spiral bound books with lots of well printed color images. One bonus of the catalogue is it gives you the name and date of the item so you can google search more images of it or things from the same era. Useful if you have catalogues that show jewelry, or furniture and what to know the name to search for more ref on google.
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