|Date Added: February 5, 2011|
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Description: Hey guys, it’s me like always, and I’m back today with some more lessons that I think you will enjoy. To start let me just quickly submit this tutorial that I already have a video of which is called "how to draw a Ferrari", step by step. I also have an older lesson that I submitted back in 2008, but if you compare the two, I think you will see that they are both similar, but different as far as tutorial lay out goes. It’s true that a lot of my old lessons can sometime be hard to follow, but that’s only because when I started the site, I was only in my beginning intermediate stages of being an artist. Now with all the practice I have done over the past few years, I am able to draw a lot better, and make steps a whole lot cleaner than before. Drawing cars is something that can be a complex concept to tackle and it’s mainly because cars have all sorts of contours, detailing, and definition. The old Ferrari that I drew didn’t come out that bad, but I think you will like this step by step lesson a whole lot better. Now before I stop talking about the Ferrari so you can get busy with the lesson, let me tell you some cool facts about this popular sports car. To start let me say that the very first car to be produced and carry the Ferrari name was the Ferrari 125 s and it was brought to the line in 1947. In the year 1957, the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa was introduced and what makes this model so special is the fact till this day it is the most expensive Ferrari to ever be put on the market. There are a lot of cool facts about the Enzo or just in the Ferrari name period. This tutorial is going to show you a new way to learn "how to draw a Ferrari", step by step. I think you will like this lesson because the steps are going to be easy to follow. Thanks for joining me guys, and be sure to come back soon to see what else I have in store for you. Peace!