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How to Draw a 2014 Dodge Challenger

Artist: Dawn / May 25, 2017
How to Draw a 2014 Dodge Challenger

Step 1.

Begin by slowly sketching out the entire outline of the Charger like you see here. The hood is bold and somewhat raised, and the back end is perfectly shaped. Also draw in the wheel wells too.

Step 2.

For step two all you have to do is draw the tires or wheels.

Step 3.

Add the inner lining to create a border from the tire and rim.

Step 4.

Here you will begin drawing the style of the rims. These rims have five spokes, draw them in as well as the break disks.

Step 5.

Draw in the shape of the windshield like so, then draw in the driver's side door window followed by the side view mirror. Don't forget to add the seam lines on the roof of the car.

Step 6.

Up next, draw in the front grill which will house the headlights. Notice there are two, one for the high beams and the other for regular night driving.

Step 7.

Finally, draw in the embedded detailing under the grill to the front bumper. This should also have fog lights on each side. Add the raised grooves on the hood, then draw in the door seam lines and tire detailing. Last but not least, draw and color in   

Step 8.

Here is your new 2014 Dodge Challenger ready to be customized by coloring it in with a shade you love.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 25, 2017
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Description: Muscle cars are definitely vehicles that people admire and awe over. For that reason I thought it would be cool to fill a request on "how to draw a 2014 Dodge Challenger", step by step. Challengers have been around since before I was born. These muscle cars have been perfected over time as machinery became more advanced. Even after all the upgrades and updates to the Dodge Challenger, the older or newer models are what people really marvel over. To me the 2014 doesn't compare to the 1970s models which weren't made from fiberglass. Their bodies and frames where or quality metal, and they had this rough exterior that matched the name "muscle car". Rough and rugged is what really drives the sports car industry, but the 2014 is pretty sweet too. Have fun with drawing the 2014 Dodge Challenger.