|Date Added: March 22, 2009|
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Description: SUV stands for “sports utility vehicle”, now many of us associate cars like Ford Explorers, Cadillac Escalades, Jeep Cherokee’s, Lincoln Navigators, and even Chevy Trail Blazers to exclusively fall into the SUV category. But the lesson that I am about submit is going to be on a vehicle that falls under this very category because of the four wheel drive feature. I will show you how to draw a Jeep Wrangler step by step. The Wrangler is a 4X4 semi-truck or jeep that can go anywhere and do anything. It is extremely versatile being able to drive up mountain slopes and sandy beaches. These units even handle mud, water, and snow at a phenomenal smoothness level. What made me do a tutorial on jeep you ask? Well for one it was requested by a DragoArt member, and secondly I wanted to draw out this truck because I see them almost everyday whenever I travel from place to place. The funny thing is, a lot of young people own Jeep Wranglers and I know for a fact it is because of the freedom feeling it gives you when it’s driven with no windows or roof attached. This is an ultimate summer car that is sure to please any beach going person. Jeep Wranglers usually come in a six cylinder package with up to a 202 horse powered engine. You can either get them with an automatic or manual transmission. The new Jeep Wranglers come in a variety of awesome colors so you can choose the color you think would match the month you buy them in, pretty cool huh? As for me, if I were to purchase a Jeep I would choose either red, purple or white for a color. The Wrangler that I show you how to draw is a 2008 series which was chosen because of the smooth look it has. Learning how to draw a Jeep Wrangler step by step is a fun way to prepare yourself for the summer months to come because you can add characters sitting inside of the car just to see how you would look behind the driving wheel. I will be back momentarily so stay tuned for more drawing fun.