How to Draw a Ferrari

Artist: Dawn / February 5, 2011

Step 1.

The first thing you need to do when drawing out the Ferrari is making the base or foundation of the car's body.Draw a flat like shape like you see here with a rounded front and right side.

Step 2.

This is just a quick view of how the lines should be drawn. It's all in the perspective baby!

Step 3.

Now you will start sketching out the actual shape of the Ferrari's body which should also include the hood, roof, wheel wells, front bumper, and the driver's side mirror.

Step 4.

Now that the body of the car is all drawn out, you can now begin making the lining which will separate the glass from the car body. Draw in the windshield, and side windows. Once that is done you will also need to draw out the passenger side mirror t   

Step 5.

Now you will begin sketching out all the lining that add detail, definition, and texture to the Ferrari's front fenders, bumper, and hood. When that is done you can go ahead and draw out the headlight housing units, and then move to step six.

Step 6.

Okay, on the passenger side to the left, you will begin sketching out the door, and then the indented body design like so. When that is done, all you have to do is draw out the bottom trim for the bumper, and then draw in the fog lights under the poi   

Step 7.

Okay, you are now almost done with this tutorial. All you need to do now is draw out the wheels, and then add more lining detail to the door like so. Take your time and you will do great.

Step 8.

Well guys, after this step there is only one more drawing step to complete. All you will need to do here is draw out the wheels in better detail, and then sketch out the five spokes for the rim detailing. Add some mild shading, and then move to step    

Step 9.

You are finally on your last drawing step. Sketch in the last minute detailing to the wheels, and then start erasing the lines and shapes that you drew in step one.

Step 10.

Here is what the Ferrari looks like when you are all done. Now you can color it in to finish off the sketch. I hope you had fun with learning how to draw a Ferrari step by step.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 5, 2011
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